3 edition of The Louisiana Purchase and its aftermath, 1800-1830 found in the catalog.
The Louisiana Purchase and its aftermath, 1800-1830
1998 by Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette, La .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Dolores Egger Labbé.|
|Series||The Louisiana Purchase bicentennial series in Louisiana history ;, v. 3|
|Contributions||Labbé, Dolores Egger., University of Southwestern Louisiana. Center for Louisiana Studies.|
|LC Classifications||E333 .L89 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 637 p. :|
|Number of Pages||637|
|LC Control Number||98209973|
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Magill and Jason R Wiese. Charting Louisiana: Five Hundred Years of Maps. LOUISIANA PURCHASE. In after a series of secret agreements, French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte ( – ) recovered the territory of Louisiana from Spain, which France had lost in When the land was handed over, U.S.
goods were refused storage at the important international port of New Orleans — a violation of the Pinckney Treaty. Since New Orleans was an integral port to U.S. The first Louisiana Purchase celebration started on and around the Mississippi river.
On Decemas soon as the American flag was hoisted at the center of the Place d’Armes and the Frenc Author: Jean‑Pierre Le Glaunec. E.g. see Merrill D.
Peterson, “Louisiana!”, in Dolores Egger Labbe, ed., The Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Series in Louisiana History, vol. III, The Louisiana Purchase and Its Aftermath, (Lafayette, ), 20 at 31; D.W. Meinig, The Shaping of America: A Cited by: 1. Immigration, Ethnicities and Historical Research in New Orleans The Louisiana Purchase and its Aftermath, Lafayette, La.: Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Social, Economic, and Political Conditions of the Territory Represented in the Louisiana Purchase: as Portrayed in Hitherto.
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Charles Deslondes was one of the slave leaders of the German Coast Uprising, a slave revolt that began on January 8,in the Territory of led more than rebels against the plantations along the Mississippi River toward New Orleans. White planters formed militias and ended up hunting down the rebels.
The slave insurgents killed one Free Man of Color, the "commandant. On Ap _____, representatives of the United States signed an agreement for the purchase of the Louisiana Territory from France. One argument in favor. The Louisiana Purchase and its Aftermath, () Powell, Lawrence N.
Reconstructing Louisiana() Schott Matthew J. Louisiana Politics and the Paradoxes of Reaction and Reform, –, () Smith, F. Todd. Louisiana and the Gulf. Kurtz, Michael L.
Louisiana since the Longs: to Century's End. Lafayette La.: Center for Louisiana Studies University of Southwestern Louisiana, F L59x Labbé, Dolores Egger.
The Louisiana Purchase and its Aftermath, Lafayette La.: Center for Louisiana Studies University of Southwestern Louisiana, E The price of the purchase included bonds of $11, and $3, in payments to United States citizens with claims against France.
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But the edition of that same book included a new region because western states and territories needed recognition as well. The United States became a continental nation with the purchase of Louisiana from France in and the settlement of the lands beyond the Appalachian Mountains.
Westward expansion fueled conflict with Native populations and led to their forced removal. By2 million Americans lived west of the Appalachians, out of a total national. of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is editor of The Louisiana Purchase and Its Aftermath, (). The Invention of Comfort: Sensibilities and Design in Early Modern Britain and Early America.
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It includes more than new topics, plus more than 1, articles completely rewritten. It also contains, for the first time, illustrations and maps placed. On the Louisiana Purchase, see the superb narrative by Jon Kukla, A Wilderness So Immense: The Louisiana Purchase and the Destiny of America () and the relevant chapters in George Dangerfield, Chancellor Robert R.
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This is a quick and easy read designed for younger students, but has info high school students will easily absorb and retain. I like how it gives the background details about the Louisiana Purchase and other things going on around that influenced the future of.
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Introduction. In the early years of the nineteenth century, Americans’ endless commercial ambition—what one Baltimore paper in called an “almost universal ambition to get forward”—remade the nation. 1 Between the Revolution and the Civil War, an old subsistence world died and a new more-commercial nation was born.
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