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Napoleon's involvement in the Louisiana Purchase was that he SOLD Louisiana to the American colonies.

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Jefferson hesitated in accepting the Louisiana purchase because he was afraid of funding Napoleons ambitions. He still went through with the purchase as it was to good to pass up the deal.



The Louisiana PurchaseThe United States acquired Louisiana from the French in 1803 in what is known as the Louisiana Purchase. George Washington




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What did thomas jefferson purchase the louisiana


The Louisiana Purchase doubled the size of the United States.


The date of the Louisiana Purchase was April 30, 1803


The Louisiana Purchase date was April 30,1803.


Napoléon Bonaparte sold the Louisiana Purchase to the US.


Thomas Jefferson oversaw the Louisiana Purchase.


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Yes, it was part of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase.


America acquired the Louisiana Purchase in 1803


Most of Wyoming was part of the Louisiana Purchase


Thomas Jefferson was responsible for the Louisiana Purchase.


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What goverment approved the Louisiana Purchase


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


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


Thomas Jefferson at the time of the purchase faced domestic opposition because it was thought to be unconstitutional. He agreed that the U.S. Constitution did not contain provisions for acquiring territory, and struggled with the decision to go ahead with the purchase.





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