The Louisiana purchase was made in 1803.
Napoleon wanted to sell the Louisiana purchase to gather money for financing his endless war against Great Britain.
The Louisiana Purchase was acquired by Napoleon. He needed to sell it to pay the war finance. Now America has it
The Louisiana Purchase.
The Louisiana Purchase for $15 million in 1803.
The Louisiana Purchase in 1803 for $15 million.
He needed cash to continue his European War.
He sold the Louisiana Purchase to the US for $15 million.
Napoleon's two brothers wanted Napoleon to hold onto the Louisiana Territory. They believed it was needed for France's future in North America.
Napoleon Bonaparte (France) sold the United States the Louisiana Purchase for $15,000,000.
Napoleon Bonaparte was the ruler who decided to sell all that land to the US.
The US purchased the Louisiana Purchase for $15 million.
Napoleon was anxious to conclude the sale.
Napoleon was the French ruler (and emperor) at the time of the Louisiana Purchase.
Napoleon Bonaparte was the French leader who sold the Louisiana territory to the United States in 1803. The US terms its payment for the territory as the Louisiana Purchase.
It was the Louisiana Purchase.