The Louisiana Purchase
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Hmmm, good idea! I agree!
I have an idea! We will forbid Ameicans to bring in goods to move into and beyong New Orleans!
In the 1800s the territory of the US extended as far west as the Mississippi River.
During the early 1800s, Americans moved west in search of land and adventure.
In 1802, the Spanish suddenly changed their policy which forbid American goods to move into and beyond the New Orleans.
Your purchase has been approved by me, the Senate!
In 1802, Napoleon sent troops to regain control of Santo Domingo but failed.
By 1804, the French were driven out of Santo Domingo, and the country took its original name back (Haiti).
The Senate approved the Louisiana purchase in October 1803.
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