Louisiana purchase the country the US bought this land from?
the Louisiana Purchase was When USA bought land from France. It made USA gain a lot of land.
the louisiana purchase is when a person would by land and who did the purchase was president thomas jefferson
the french possession was the land owned north of the Louisiana purchase .
The Louisiana Purchase was when the US bought some land from France in 1803 that included a large portion of land west of the Mississippi River.
France did, but in 1803 in the Louisiana purchase the U.S.A. bought the land from France for 15 million dollars.
The Louisiana purchase didn't have territory admitted to it, but it was an area of land the United States bought from France. Later, states will be created from that land.
The United States bought thousands of acres of land from the French called the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.
I believe it's the Louisiana Purchase :)
What was the great expanse of land west of the Mississippi river that the president bought from France?
The Louisiana Territory/The Louisiana Purchase
Jefferson didn't "make" land. He bought the Louisiana Purchase from France.
Before President Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase from the French, the ownership of that land moved around. First it was owned by France. Then, it became Spain's. Penultimately, it was the French, then the US.
The US bought land from France (the Louisiana Purchase) and bought Alaska from Russia. We purchased the Virgin Islands from Denmark and the Gadsden Purchase from Mexico. The purchase of Manhattan Island from the Indians happened before there was a United States.
The United States. Our third President - Jefferson, bought the Louisiana Purchase from France and sent Lewis and Clark to explore the new land.
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the Louisiana purchase was the area that Thomas Jeffereson bought
The Louisiana Purchase gave the United States 22.3% of it's land mass, and almost tripled the size of the country at the time of it's purchase.
The land you seek was the Louisiana Purchase
The deal was called the Louisiana Purchase.
Why did the United States end up doubling the size of the US when you bought the Louisiana purchase?
Because the area of the land purchased was about the same size as what we already had, effectively doubling the area of the country.
i think the U.S
Nothing was in the constitution stating he could buy land.
Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana territory form Napolean Bonaparte. It was three cents an acre and totaled to 15 million dollars. The main effect of it was that it gave us more land to explore for our country and to live on.
America bought land and made it around 2x bigger As a result of the Louisiana Purchase, the size of the U.S. more than doubled. This created a need for new exploration.
The Louisiana Purchase in 1803 bought the territory from France. The purchase was approved by President Thomas Jefferson, and added over 800,000 square miles of land to the existing US.
It was the Louisiana Purchase and doubled the size of the United States. the USA bought Louisianna. Louisianna, which Napoleon sold in 1803.
The port of New Orleans, and almost all land between the Rocky Mountains and Mississippi River. The U.S.A. bought the land from the French Empire when Napoleon deemed the land useless to his conquests
how much land was involved with the Louisiana Purchase
The Louisiana Purchase was the land west of the Mississippi River that was bought from Napoleon while he was trying to take over Europe. Lewis and Clark went out on a mission across the Louisiana Purchase to find the Northwest Passage. (There mission was a failure, since there was no Northwest Passage).
Approximately more than 1 square mile of land (less than 2) of the Louisiana Purchase. $15,000,000 bought 827,000 square miles of land in the Louisiana Purchase, meaning the approximate value of a square mile was $20.
The US wanted the area from France because that was a problem for the colonies under the British. The British would not allow their settlers to move past the Appalachian mountains but the colonists wanted to acquire more land. After the Revolutionary war the Americans wanted to acquire the land past the mountains because they wanted more land. When Jefferson bought the large amount of land in the Louisiana Purchase, it made it easy for… Read More
What land acquisition doubled the size of the country and provided control of the Mississippi River?
the Louisiana Purchase
By winning the Revolutionary War.
The land area that eventually would become Minnesota was purchased from the French government as part of the Louisiana Purchase.
The biggest effect the Louisiana Purchase had on the United States was the change in the size of the country. The Louisiana Territory more than doubled the size of the country. In addition, the Louisiana Purchase forced Spain and France out of the land now defined as the United States, confining their North American territories to Mexico and Canada, respectively.
In the Louisiana Purchase, the US government bought a vast amount of land to the west of the previous boundary of the United States. Because of this, there was more land for Americans to move west into. Many moved west because they wanted to own their own land, and land prices had become prohibitively expensive in the East.
The Louisiana Purchase bought land that is today part of the following states Montana Wyoming Colorado New Mexico Texas Louisiana Arkansas Oklahoma Kansas Missouri Iowa Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota Minnesota
The Louisian Purchase in 1803. We bought the land from France for $15 million. France was the original European power to own Lousiana, but lost it in the Seven Years' War. The British got the land east of the Mississippi while the Spanish got the rest of Louisiana. In 1800 the Spanish gave their part of Louisiana back to France. This event greatly helped the US on its way to achieving manifest destiny.
Nothing in the constitution gave him information on the purchase of land from another country. The purchase of the Louisiana also meant he was doubling the size of the country and his political philosophy was for small government with an farming base. I would imagine he knew that to adding more land meant larger government in the long run.
yes ,because you would gain a lot of land for your country
Congress. President Jefferson bought the land without the approval of Congress, which he thought was unconstitutional, but it did shape US history.
There is no real important leader of Louisiana except for recent representatives and senates. The Louisiana was originally bought from Napoleon during the Louisiana Purchase but he found the land to be too swampy to be useful and he sold it. Leader wise I suppose Napoleon would be one but he didn't want the land shortly afterwards.
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 $)
the Oregon country purchase was in 1814 after the war of 1812 it was bought before Texas and the land given up by Mexico
The land was originally owned by the Native Americans, but it was stolen by several people and eventually Thomas Jefferson bought it. The Natives were forcibly removed from their land.
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.
They bought it off of the French who didnt really want the land they were going to ask the for just the port of louisiana for 10 million but instead the french offered them all of their territory in the new land for 15 million
Because the Louisiana Purchase gave more land to the USA
== == Not sure what you are asking. The U.S. Government bought the Louisiana purchase, which Meriweather Lewis and William Clark were well known for exploring. History records where they lived, but I can find no information as to whether they bought land or just inherited it.