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the french possession was the land owned north of the Louisiana purchase .


Because the Louisiana Purchase gave more land to the USA



the louisiana purchase is when a person would by land and who did the purchase was president thomas jefferson


the Louisiana Purchase was When USA bought land from France. It made USA gain a lot of land.


It is called this because France named the big chunk of land they own Louisiana. Hence the, Louisiana.



the economic benefits of the Louisiana purchase are that we double our government and amount of land


At that time the Louisiana Purchase was a big purchase because it gave America more land to expand its growing nation.




530 million acres of land were gained by the United States in the Louisiana Purchase.


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 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.


The Louisiana purchase let people have free land, sending thousands of families west.





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 strip of land that the united states thought was in the Louisiana purchase but wasn't was West Florida.


the Louisiana purchase included all the land drained by the western tributaries of the Mississippi river, which more than doubled the size of the united states


because we wnted land and lots of money.


connections are between land



Most of Minnesota's land was part of the Louisiana Purchase.



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