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the Louisiana purchase is when a person would by land and who did the purchase was president Thomas Jefferson

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President Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase from French Napoleon Bonaparte.



He bought the Louisiana purchase from France.



President Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana territory. He bought it in 1803.


Thomas Jefferson was the US President in 1803 when he negotiated the purchase of the Louisiana Territory from France, for a total cost of about $15 million. The Louisiana Purchase doubled the size of The United States.




United States bought the Louisiana Territory from France.


The Louisiana was bought from France.


US President Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana Territory from Napoleon in 1803. This purchase almost doubled the size of the US.


Thomas Jefferson was president when the Louisiana Purchase was made.


In 1803 President Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase from France.


Jefferson didn't "make" land. He bought the Louisiana Purchase from France.


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President Thomas Jefferson sponsored the Louisiana Purchase. The purchase of the Louisiana territory occurred in 1803 and dissolved in 1804.


Thomas Jefferson bought Louisiana in what is now called the Louisiana purchase


Thomas Jefferson was the US President in 1803 when he negotiated the purchase of the Louisiana Territory from France, for a total cost of about $15 million.


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No. The first president to expand the country was Thomas Jefferson, when he bought the Louisiana Purchase.



The very first thing that the United States did with the Louisiana Purchase was explore it. President Thomas Jefferson sent an expedition led by Lewis and Clark in 1804.


The purchase had to be approved by the Senate and both houses of Congress had to okay the loan from European bankers that the purchase required.



Thomas Jefferson oversaw the Louisiana Purchase.



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