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What is the louisanna purchase?

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its where the US in 1712 bought a huge amount of land that was called louisanna from France. but it was not just the state we know now. the purchase was huge. the US bought the whole middle of the present USA area.

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Thank you so much I was so stuck on that one!
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it was bought by JEFFERSON from NAPOLEON for i believe 15 million dollars...

Napoleon saw no use for it anymore and needed the money

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