In 1762 ceded what came to be called the Louisiana Territory to Spain in return for their help during the French and Indian wars. In 1800 my sources tell me that Spain gave or sold the territory back to France. In turn France sold it to the U.S. in 1803. I do not know how or why the transfer in 1800 was done. In writing a small history project, I would like to find how that transfer was made, and why. Any help? Dolores Dambach firstname.lastname@example.org
they transered it to Spain. hope I helped bae
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No, the Louisiana territory was not purchased from Spain. It was purchased from France.
Spain and France (who we bought it from)
No one. France obtained the territory when Napoleon took control of Spain, who held the territory. France then sold it to the US.
when Spain gave the Louisiana territory back to France witch lead to the Louisiana purchase On October 18, 1803 by: Jared Jones
April 30, 1801. Spain was no longer a dominant power they signed a secret treaty with France to return it to France. France had the territory from 1699 until it was ceded to Spain in 1762. In 1800 Napoleon regained the territory.
The Louisiana territory was controlled by France from 1699 to 1762. France handed over the territory to Spain in 1762 and then again reacquired the territory in 1800. During their reign Spain had denied Americans access to New Orleans. Spain did not like American influence to increase in the territory. France at the time of reacquiring the territory had assured Spain that the territory would not be handed over to third party. Spain protested against Louisiana purchase which double the size of United States. Spain and USA later got into a dispute over the boundaries of the territory.
France.The Louisiana Territory was owned by France, and was sold to Thomas Jefferson by Napoleon Bonaparte.
In 1800, Spain returned ownership of its Louisiana Territory in North America to France mainly because of French power. France was a growing power at the time; indeed, it was perhaps the strongest power of all in Europe. With Napoleon demanding the return of what had once been French territory, Spain acquiesced.
France and Spain
The Louisiana Territory The Louisiana Territory The Louisiana Territory
The final transfer from the Louisiana purchase from Spain to France were Nov 30, 1803, and from France to the US on Dec 20, 1803
Florida was owned by Spain, and Louisiana was owned by France in 1787.
I'm fairly sure it is a close call between France & Spain, as France had the Louisiana territory, and Spain had both California & Florida territories.
France, until 1802 when they mad a secret agreement with spain
Louisiana was ceded to France by Spain.
No. The United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France. Spain once owned Louisiana as a result of the Treaty of Paris in 1763. But, the French got it back with a secret treaty in 1800. Presient Jefferson used the Louisiana Purchase as a result, gaining much land.
So if French lose land brisket would
Louisiana was a French territory purchased by United States in 1803; Louisiana was not a Spanish territory.
France as it was transfered to France from Spain and later bought by the US.
its military campaigns in Europe
France Not France. During the time period when the United States signed the Constitution, Spain owned the Louisiana Territory. France later gained the territory shortly before President Thomas Jefferson made the decision to buy it.
The 1763 Treaty of Paris formally concluded the Seven Years' War. In the provisions, France ceded Louisiana to her ally, Spain. The Spanish would later return the territory to France.
inbetween the oregon country, spain territory and illinois territory and mississippi territory.