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The Americans moved west in search for land and adventure.
Spain allowed the Americans to use the Mississippi River to transport goods along the river and to New Orleans.
The Spanish changed their policy, no longer allowing American goods into and beyond New Orleans. Spain sold the Louisiana territory to France.
Napoleon Bonaparte sent troops to regain control of Santo Domingo, but were unsuccessful.
A french official sold the territory to Robert Livingston and James Monroe.
The senate approved the purchase of the Louisiana territory.
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