What country claimed the land north of the Louisiana purchase?
the french possession was the land owned north 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.
The Louisiana Purchase in 1803, in which the US bought land the French claimed in central North America.
The United States bought the territory of Louisiana from the French in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. The French territory contained what is today parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana.
After the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the part of the Louisiana Purchase that would eventually become the State of Louisiana was organized into the Territory of Orleans. The Territory of Louisiana was the other part of the Louisiana purchase that became the State of Arkansas and everything North of that. (The land north of Lake Ponchartrain and east of the Mississippi River was known as "West Florida" and was owned at the time by Great… Read More
Which acquisition secured control of the North Americans longest river added substantially to the native American spanish and french populations of the country?
The question seems to relate to Napoleon's offer to sell to the United States, the vast amount of land France claimed to own in North America. With that said, Napoleon needed funds to aid his war efforts in Europe. The Louisiana Purchase provided him with funds and increased the size of territory of the United States.
Well the Louisiana Purchase included 828,000 Square Miles of land, which is quite a lot. It included all or parts of the following states: Louisiana Arkansas Missouri Iowa Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota Nebreska Kansas Oklahoma Montana Wyoming Colorado Texas
France claimed the most of the land in North Africa.
Since North Dakota is a US state, it has not claimed any countries.
United States of America in the east New Spain in the south and southwest Oregon Country in the northwest British Canada in the north
France claimed the area of present day North Dakota plus much of the United States in 1682. In 1713, England was given the northern part of present day North Dakota. In 1803, the United States acquired the Louisiana Purchase which included much of present day North Dakota. In 1818, the United States acquired the northern section from England.
England claimed the least land in north America in 1783
Yes it definitly is!
What acquisitions secured control of North American longest river added substantially to the Native Americans populations of the country and essentially doubled the size of united?
The Louisiana purchase.
The country that claimed the land west and north of the 13 colonies was France and Spain claimed the land south of the colonies
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark traveled from 1804 to 1806 across North America. They explored the Louisiana Purchase and the Pacific Northwest.
It was a part of the Louisiana Purchase.
Louisiana is on the North American continent, specifically it is one of the United States of America. It was bought from the French in 1803 by way of the Louisiana Purchase.
South to North... and South Central United States and to the North
yes the Americans bought the Louisiana territory and it was called the "Louisiana purchase" Actually the Louisiana purchase almost doubled the size of the U.S. and it included Louisiana, Colorado, a little chunk of Texas, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Iowa, the West part of Florida, and Missouri.
Not only did the Louisiana Purchase effectively double the size of the nation, it also eliminated the presence of one of the three major European powers whose territory hemmed in the country. Prior to the purchase, the US was bounded by English Canada to the north, Spanish Florida to the south, and French Louisiana to the west. The Lousiana Purchase therefore eliminated a border with territory of Napoleonic France, it also opened the way west… Read More
He claimed North Caralina,and made the capital Sir Walter Raliegh.
France, Great Britain, Denmark, Norway, and Russia claimed the far north of North America. Today, Canada, the United States, and Denmark claim the far north of North America.
The Louisiana Purchase is an example of how the political geography of North America was changed by?
the Napoleonic wars
The fifteen states formed from the Louisiana purchase are: Arkansas Missouri Iowa Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota New Mexico Texas Montana Wyoming Colorado Louisiana
France claimed the area now known as North Dakota, along with most of North America, in 1682. In 1713, France gave the northeastern half of North Dakota to Great Britain.
The Louisiana Purchase gave land that would eventually help to form the following states (states entirely included in the Louisiana Purchase are bolded): Louisiana Arkansas Texas Oklahoma Missouri Kansas Iowa Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska New Mexico Colorado Wyoming Montana
Likely it is Montana, which is in the Missouri River valley, of which 70% to 80% was in the Purchase. The Louisiana Purchase included all of part of the states of Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
At various times Wyoming was claimed by Great Britain, France, Spain, Mexico, and Texas. The portion of Wyoming east of the Continental Divide was claimed by the United States with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. In the Oregon Treaty of 1846, the portion of the Wyoming Territory west of the continental divide and north of the 42nd parallel was claimed by the United States. The southwestern corner of what became the Wyoming Territory, south of… Read More
90 degrees north and any longitude is the location of the north Pole. It isn't owned or claimed by any country.
The French had the largest quantity of land than any other single European nation. They controlled most of what is today Canada, and the territory known as the Louisiana territory which spread from the Mississippi river to the Rocky Mountains. Eventually the French would lose much of their Canadian territories to the British, and would sell the Louisiana territory to the Young Nation of the United States of America in the Louisiana purchase.
It was originally claimed and explored by Spain.
The addition of new territories through the Louisiana purchase alarmed many southerners, including North Carolinians. As territories acquired by the Louisiana purchase applied for admission to the union, they might apply as free states, states that had banned slavery. Doing so would throw the balance in congress to free states, who might then move to ban slavery throughout the nation.
Louisiana Purchase refers to this huge territory in North America that the Americans bought off from France. This was done in the year 1803 in which the US offered 15 million dollars.
France claimed the area now known as North Dakota, along with most of North America, in 1682. IN 1713, France gave the northeastern half of North Dakota to Great Britain. The first known explorers to actually visit North Dakota were the French-Canadian Pierre La Vérendrye and his two sons in 1738. France is the 1st country that claimed North Dakota. France was also the 1st to explore North Dakota.
No slavery North of parallel 36,30 in the territories acquired in the Louisiana Purchase.
The land gained by the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 gave the United States the states of: Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, half of Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, part of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and part of Louisiana.
Louisiana and north pole
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 states that were added to the Union from the territory acquired by the Louisiana Purchase are Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and portions of North Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Texas,New Mexico,Montana, Wyoming and Louisiana.
France. North Dakota was part of the Louisiana Purchase that the US bought from Emperor Napoleon I in 1803.
It began the expansion of the united states to encompass north america!
Many states grew out of the Louisiana Purchase. Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, most of Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, part of Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, and part of Minnesota.
This is somewhat of an issue as the Louisiana Purchase happened in 1803 and had more than just Louisiana in the area that was purchased and not all of what we know now as Louisiana was in the Purchase. The area covered under the Purchase was all of South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma. Then you have other states that parts of them were included in the Purchase such as Wyoming, Colorado, Montana… Read More
in the 1700s, the Spanish claimed most of the interior united states (but then they were unclaimed territory), and called it Louisiana.
In the north, yes. Farther south, Louisiana bordered the territory of Mexico, including most of Texas.
The Louisiana Purchase and the two Missouri compromises are quite different in the most radical sense of the word "different". The Louisiana Purchase in 1803 was a large amount of territory that France had claimed as their own in the colonial days of North America. As Napoleon of France needed funds for his European wars, he offered this immense tract of land for sale to the US. Thomas Jefferson was the US President at the… Read More