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April 11, 1803 Tallyrand offers the United States Louisiana. Afraid that Napoleon might withdraw the offer, James Monroe and Robert Livingston negotiate a treaty without Jefferson's approval
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April 30, 1803 President Thomas Jefferson agrees to buy Louisiana from the French for $11,250,000 plus assumption of up to $3,750,000 in claims of U. S. citizens against France
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