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Thomas Jefferson "purchased" the Louisiana Territory in 1803

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What did thomas jefferson purchase the louisiana


Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase territory from France, from Napoleon Bonaparte.


thomas Jefferson for $15million


Jefferson purchased the Louisiana area from a country, France.


Thomas Jefferson oversaw the Louisiana Purchase.


Thomas Jefferson was responsible for the Louisiana Purchase.


Thomas Jefferson was president when the Louisiana Purchase was made.


Thomas Jefferson was criticized for the Louisiana Purchase because the public thought that he did not have the right to buy land.


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Jefferson arranged the purchase from Napoleon.


Thomas Jefferson proposed and completed the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.


Thomas Jefferson proposed and completed the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.




he is famous for the Louisiana purchase


No, it was purchased by Thomas Jefferson.



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


France.The Louisiana Territory was owned by France, and was sold to Thomas Jefferson by Napoleon Bonaparte.


Thomas Jefferson was the President of the US at the time of the Louisiana Purchase. For more details (and an answer that would be acceptable on your history homework), consult your history textbook.


Thomas Jefferson was responsible for the Louisiana Purchase.



Thomas Jefferson was president when the Louisiana Purchase was made and he instigated it. Congress had to authorize the purchase and come up with the money.


No it was Thomas Jefferson who bought the Louisiana Territory.


Thomas Jefferson is a man with lots of accomplishments, one of the smart things that Thomas Jefferson did was that he purchased the Louisiana Purchase. :)



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