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America acquired the Louisiana Purchase in 1803

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The Louisiana Purchase


AMERICA purchased louisiana in 1803


The Louisiana Purchase refers to America buying Louisiana from France. This happened in 1803, during the presidency of Thomas Jefferson.


It was part of the Louisiana purchase from France.


The Louisiana Purchase cost $15 million at the time.


The westward expansion was the most significant result of the Louisiana Purchase in America. The purchase was made in 1803.


The Louisiana purchase doubled the size of America and we could trade more


The US bought the Louisiana purchase from France in 1803.


The U.S. didnt purchase Louisiana Territory from Britain they purchased it from France!!


It was purchased in 1803 as part of the Louisiana Purchase.


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


America bought the Louisiana territory from France.


acquire a port to to provide an outlet for western crops


The Louisiana Purchase was acquired by Napoleon. He needed to sell it to pay the war finance. Now America has it


The French (Louisiana purchase)


Jefferson made the Louisiana Purchase from the French.


President Jefferson had to overcome the internal opposition, which sustained that a sale


America wanted to expand westward



The United States of America and France.


YES. Napoleon acquired Louisiana from King Charles IV of Spain under the terms of the Third Treaty of San Ildefonso (1800) and the Treaty of Aranjuez (1801). In 1803, he sold it to the United States in what has been termed the "Louisiana Purchase".


A land purchase transaction by U.S in 1803 during Thomas Jefferson's presidency .


No. President Jefferson acquired Louisiana in 1803.


Not entirely. The Louisiana Purchase included a huge swath of land west of the Mississippi River -- the Louisiana Territory (French Le Louisiane) was nearly as large as the existing United States, including all or part of 13 current US states.The intent of the Purchase was to acquire the port of New Orleans. Napoleon, unable or unwilling to maintain control of New France, offered to sell the entirety of the remaining French claims in North America.


The Northwest territories were part of the Louisiana Purchase which we bought from France. NO!!! the Louisiana purchase had nothing to do with the noethwest!!!!!!!1



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