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IN YOUR OWN WORDS.... what was the Louisiana Purchase and why was it the most important during the presidency of Thomas jefferson???

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http://americanhistory.about.com/od/thomasjefferson/a/tj_lapurchase.htm Read this and write in your own Words :)

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The Louisiana Purchase holds a great deal of importance in the American history, primarily because the United States of America purchased the territory Louisiana from France at $ 15 million (around 4 cents/acre) which helped increase the overall boundary of U.S.A. and opened up the chances for its west-ward expansion. Taken from http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocs/Louisiana.html Written in my own words. Be sure to cite the source to avoid plagiarism.

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