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by Noah Brooks
Paperback – 20 February 2006. by Professor Noah Brooks (Author).
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While parts of Lewis and Clark's travels across the newly purchased sections of the continent were interesting, it was . Reads like a long book report, with lots of quotes from Lewis and Clark's journals.
While parts of Lewis and Clark's travels across the newly purchased sections of the continent were interesting, it was pretty repetitive. Lots of trading presents with Native chiefs and descriptions of the plants, animals and Natives they encountered. And while that was necessary, since that was one of the objectives of their journey, I found myself brushing over most of it after the first several I often enjoy reading non-fiction books, such as biographies. Not this time, unfortunately. Dec 30, 2013 Terry Dwayne Owen rated it really liked it.
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The people of the young Republic of the United States were greatly astonished, in the summer of 1803, to learn that Napoleon Bonaparte, then First Consul of France, had sold to us the vast tract of land known as the country of Louisiana. The details of this purchase were arranged in Paris (on the part of the United States) by Robert R. Livingston and James Monroe. The French government was represented by Barbe-Marbois, Minister of the Public Treasury.
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Home Browse Books Book details, First across the Continent: The Story of the. They were the first to explore the valleys of the Upper Missouri, the Yellowstone, and the Columbia and its tributaries. Many of the red men who inhabited those pathless wildernesses looked for the first time on pale-faces when they saw these adventurous discoverers.
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Chapter I A Great Transaction in Land. The people of the young Republic of the United States were greatly astonished, in the summer of 1803, to learn that Napoleon Bonaparte, then First Consul of France, had sold to us the vast tract of land known as the country of Louisiana. The French government was represented by Barbe Marbois, Minister of the Public Treasury. The price to be paid for this vast domain was fifteen million dollars.
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