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In 1803 President Thomas Jefferson charged James Monroe and Robert Livingston with the task of negotiating with the French to solve the longstanding problem of keeping an American port open at the mouth of the Mississippi River. Authorized to spend up to six million dollars to acquire as much as possible of New Orleans and Florida, Livingston and Monroe were instead stunned to be offered the entire Louisiana territory. Seizing the opportunity, the two men, as James Lewis writes in his lively analysis, "agreed to spend two-and-a-half times their budget to purchase a province that they had never been instructed to buy."
This volume offers a thoughtful understanding of a complex moment in American history, one which later became celebrated even as it raised fundamental questions about American polity and society--questions about governance, slavery, union, and the young nation's place in the world.
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Published in celebration of the Purchase's bicentennial, this resource offers a multifaceted view of a watershed American event. Not simply a diplomatic maneuver or a steal of a land deal, the ...
Chronicles the historical background and political maneuvers that led to the Louisiana Purchase by President Thomas Jefferson in 1803.
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The Louisiana Purchase by Ripley Hitchcock brings to life the journals of Lewis and Clark on their mission to explore the greatest land purchase in history. In a transaction that doubled the size of ...
In this long overdue collection, Sanford Levinson and Bartholomew Sparrow bring together noted scholars in American history, constitutional law, and political science to examine the role that the ...
A clear and concise description of the Louisiana Purchase, one of the most critical moments in American history.
Describes the events leading up to the Louisiana Purchase and its impact on United States history.
The 1803 purchase of the Louisiana Territory was a watershed event for the fledgling United States. Adding some 829,000 square miles of territory, the Louisiana Purchase set a striking precedent of ...
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