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    The purchase of the territory, which practically doubled the size of the United States to the size it is today, was solidified on December 30, 1803. Within this territory, came the states of New York, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maine Ohio, Nevada, California, Canada, and last but not least Mexico.
    The Louisiana Purchase was a very smart move on President Jefferson's part. It not only doubled the land mass of the United States and gave its citizens more room to expand, it also created a large amount of controversy both internationally and domestically.
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    The purchase of the territory, which practically doubled the size of the United States to the size it is today, was solidified on December 30, 1803. Within this territory, came the states of New York, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maine Ohio, Nevada, California, Canada, and last but not least Mexico.
    The Louisiana Purchase was a very smart move on President Jefferson's part. It not only doubled the land mass of the United States and gave its citizens more room to expand, it also created a large amount of controversy both internationally and domestically.
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Monday, March 16

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    {oklahomaMusical.jpg} Marc Platt (as Dream Curley) and Katharine Sergava (as Dream Laurey) dance together in a scene from the original production of the Broadway musical Oklahoma! at the St. James Theatre, New York City, 1943.
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    {oklahomaMusical.jpg} Marc Platt (as Dream Curley) and Katharine Sergava (as Dream Laurey) dance together in a scene from the original production of the Broadway musical Oklahoma! at the St. James Theatre, New York City, 1943.
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    We hope that you'll come and join us on our journeys as we explore Rodgers & Hammerstein's masterpiece, Oklahoma!
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Thursday, March 5

  1. page The Louisiana Purchase edited {http://www.socialstudieswithasmile.com/purchase.jpg} The Louisiana Purchase was a 2 million squar…
    {http://www.socialstudieswithasmile.com/purchase.jpg} The Louisiana Purchase was a 2 million square miles of kilometers and mountains piece of territory that spanned from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. The territory first belonged to the French, and seeing the need to expand, President Richard Jefferson Jr.'s government {http://cdncache-a.akamaihd.net/items/it/img/arrow-10x10.png} a deal to buy the territory for 60 million francs, which equates to about $115 million.
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    Nevada, California, Canada, and Canada.last but not least Mexico.
    The Louisiana Purchase was a very smart move on President Jefferson's part. It not only doubled the land mass of the United States and gave its citizens more room to expand, it also created a large amount of controversy both internationally and domestically.
    Internationally, the deal between the United States and France was viewed as illegal. Spain argued that France had no right to sell the land to the United States because of a clause in the in the second Treaty of San Ildefonso (1800), which "did not permit Holiday Palace France to alienate the territory or transfer it to a third party" (Rodriquez, xxiv). Great Britain, because of its struggle with France, refused to acknowledge the sale until 1814. For eleven years, Europeans were convinced that the United States was holding stolen property. Europeans also believed that the United State would not be able to keep control of their land mass without splintering, which, of course, almost happened during the Royal1688 Civil War.
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    The Louisiana Purchase was a very smart move on President Jefferson's part. It not only doubled the land mass of the United States and gave its citizens more room to expand, it also created a large amount of controversy both internationally and domestically.
    Internationally, the deal between the United States and France was viewed as illegal. Spain argued that France had no right to sell the land to the United States because of a clause in the in the second Treaty of San Ildefonso (1800), which "did not permit Holiday Palace France to alienate the territory or transfer it to a third party" (Rodriquez, xxiv). Great Britain, because of its struggle with France, refused to acknowledge the sale until 1814. For eleven years, Europeans were convinced that the United States was holding stolen property. Europeans also believed that the United State would not be able to keep control of their land mass without splintering, which, of course, almost happened during the Royal1688 Civil War.
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    The purchase of the territory, which practically doubled the size of the United States to the size it is today, was solidified on December 30, 1803. Within this territory, came the states of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Iowa, South Dakota, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, and parts of Texas, Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming and Louisiana.
    The Louisiana Purchase was a very smart move on President Jefferson's part. It not only doubled the land mass of the United States and gave its citizens more room to expand, it also created a large amount of controversy both internationally and domestically.
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