How was Louisiana made?
The land that is the state of Louisiana includes the delta of the Mississippi River, which also overflowed its banks to build up the lowlands. Northern Louisiana is located above bedrock and may have existed since the formation of the North American continent.
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April 30, 1803. was the date that the purchase treaty was signed byAmerican and French negotiators. October 30, 1803 was the day theSenate ratified the treaty. The US took pos…session on December 20,1803.
The Louisiana Purchase included land in the following areas: . Arkansas . Missouri . Iowa . Oklahoma . Kansas . Nebraska, parts of Minnesota that where west of the Miss…issippiRiver . most of North Dakota . nearly all of South Dakota . Northeastern New Mexico . Montana east of the Continental Divide . Wyoming east of the Continental Divide . Colorado east of the Continental Divide . Louisiana west of the Mississippi River, including the city ofNew Orleans
Thomas Jefferson was president when the Louisiana Purchase wasmade.
The Louisiana Purchase date was April 30,1803.
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Crystal hot sauce, Zatarains, Southern Comfort and Andouille andsausage are made in Louisiana. Abita beer I also made in Louisiana.
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He was the governor of Louisiana so therefore he helped our world.
Jefferson who favored a strict interpretation of the Constitution was concerned that he did not have the authority to add new territory to the US. Also there was the problem o…f finding the money. The US did not have the $15 million available so it had to be borrowed from European bankers, creating foreign entanglements. Some people no doubt objected that the land was not needed, that the price was too hign and that the US could get the land for free just by taking it later if they wanted it.
Thomas Jefferson, without Senate approval. When reminded that the Senate was responsible for ratification of any treaty negotiated by the President, Jefferson was quoted as sa…ying "the less we say of this affair, the better".