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how much land was involved with the Louisiana Purchase

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The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition of the territory of Louisiana by the United States from France in 1803. In return for fifteen million dollars, or approximately eighteen dollars per square mile, the United States nominally acquired a total of 828,000 sq mi (2,140,000 km2; 530,000,000 acres

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The Louisiana Purchase costed $50,000,000.


The Louisiana increased the land mass of the United States by about 800 thousand square miles. It was purchased from France for 15 million dollars.



Much of Colorado was included in the lands acquired in the Louisiana Purchase.


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The Louisiana Purchase provided the government with the ability to prevent France and Spain from blocking trade opportunities. The additional land that was obtained through this purchase provided the United States to supply much of the produce that was needed by the citizens.


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The Louisiana Purchase allowed the United State to expand its territory further west. The expansion included much of Louisiana and the Midwest.


The Louisiana Purchase was $15 million. The purchase happened during the presidency of the Thomas Jefferson, and faced strong opposition by many.


Yes. That is how much they payed for the Louisiana Territory. Which the name of that purchase was known as the Louisiana Purchase.


According to the Bureau of Land Management, the Louisiana Purchase was 828,000 square miles of French territory in 1803. The cost was about $15 million (3 cents per acre). The land purchased was all of the land in the U.S.A west of the Mississippi.828,800 square miles in 1803 for a total of 15 million dollars ($219 million in 2010 $)


Louisiana was a French colony in Colonial American History. It was eventually bought from France in what is called "The Louisiana Purchase," which also includes much of the land north of Louisiana. So in short the reason why Louisiana speaks Fench is because they are French.


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The Louisiana Purchase is considered as Thomas Jefferson's presidential legacy. The US government paid $15 million dollars to France to acquire approximately 827,000 square miles of land.


You have a misunderstanding here. Louisiana purchased nothing, the US purchased the territory that France identified as Louisiana which was much larger than the modern state of Louisiana. French Louisiana included all lands west of the Mississippi river except the southwest (claimed by Spain) and the Pacific northwest (claimed by England and Russia). However the precise boundaries of the Louisiana Purchase were (and still are) uncertain.


Thomas Jefferson committed 15 million dollars to pay for the Louisiana Purchase. That price paid for over 800,000 square miles of land that included all or parts of 15 states.


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No. The United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France. Spain once owned Louisiana as a result of the Treaty of Paris in 1763. But, the French got it back with a secret treaty in 1800. Presient Jefferson used the Louisiana Purchase as a result, gaining much land.


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