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Name: _______________________________________ Date: __________________
The Louisiana Purchase
• Have you ever explored the woods?
• What did you see? Do you keepa journal? What would you write about in a
journal?
• Answer to the Do Now:
• __________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
AMERICA 1800
• By 1800, nearly ______________ Americans lived between the Appalachian
Mountains and the ______________ River. Most were farmers.
• They relied on the Mississippi to ship their ______________ and
______________ to New Orleans.
• From there it would go to ports along ______________ coast
1795 America and Spain
• ______________, controlled New Orleans, sometimes threatened to close the port
to Americans. In 1795, President Washington sent Thomas Pinckney to find a
way to keep the port open.
• Pinckney Treaty – Spain lets Americans ship their goods down the Mississippi
and store them in _______ ______________
1800
• Spain signed a treat giving ______________ back to ______________.
France and Napoleon
• Napoleon Bonaparte – wanted to take over ______________ and probably would
of tried for America too.
• He ______________ ______________ and needed ______________.
• Sells Louisiana for $_________________________ to America
The purchase
• Jefferson decided to try to ______________ New Orleans.
• He sent ______________ Livingston and ______________ Monroe to buy New
Orleans and West Florida from Napoleon. They could offer $10 Million.
• France needed money.
• Tallyrand asked Livingston if he wanted to buy all of Louisiana, not just New
Orleans.
They offer $_____ Million
• “Too ______________”
• Talleyrand says go back and see me tomorrow.
• Livingston and Monroe had _____ authority to buy all of Louisiana
• Jefferson wanted control of the Mississippi.
• They pay $______________
• From this day the US take their place among the powers of the first rank
Constitutional?
• Jefferson hailed the news from France.
• Though he supported limited government he made a ______________ purchase
for America without consulting ______________.
• Could the President ______________ land if it was not in the constitution?
• In 1803 US took control of ______________
Expedition
• Long Voyage of ______________
Sacagawea Shoshone tribe
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnT0k9wdDZo
• What were some of the things Sacagawea did for Lewis and Clark?
• __________________________________________________________________
Planning an Expedidtion
• Jefferson chose Meriwether ______________, his private secretary, to head the
expedition. Lewis asked William ______________ to go with him.
• They were to map a route to the Pacific Ocean.
What they were to do
• As well as “climate as characterized by the thermometer, by the proportion of
rainy, cloudy, and clear days, by lightning, hail, snow, ice… the dates at which
particular plants put forth or lose their flower, or leaf, times of appearance of
particular birds, reptiles or insects.”
Lewis and Clark
• Video
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMHbnjxF_wI
• Start - 3:37 skip to 5:28 – 7:47
Corp of Discovery
• May 1804 Lewis and Clark started up the Missouri River from St. Louis.
• Slow travel and ______________.
• Peace Medals
Lewis and Clark
Plains
• Marveled at the broad, ______________ plains
• “As far as the eye can reach.”
• ______________, deer, ______________, and antelope.
• For the first winter they stayed in N. Dakota with the Mandans.
Rockies
• Early spring.
• ______________ sheep ran along the hills, prickly pear cactus jabbed the
explorers’ moccasins.
• A grizzly bear chased ______________ while he was exploring alone.
• Meet some Shoshones – they gave Lewis some horses and directions.
Continental Divide
• A Mountain ______________ that separates river systems flowing toward
opposite sides of a continent
The Pacific
• __________________ __, 1805, Clark wrote in his journal, “Great joy in camp.
We are in view of the ocean, this great Pacific Ocean which we have been so long
anxious to see.”

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Lesson plan 9 lousiana purchase

  • 1. Name: _______________________________________ Date: __________________ The Louisiana Purchase • Have you ever explored the woods? • What did you see? Do you keepa journal? What would you write about in a journal? • Answer to the Do Now: • __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ AMERICA 1800 • By 1800, nearly ______________ Americans lived between the Appalachian Mountains and the ______________ River. Most were farmers. • They relied on the Mississippi to ship their ______________ and ______________ to New Orleans. • From there it would go to ports along ______________ coast 1795 America and Spain • ______________, controlled New Orleans, sometimes threatened to close the port to Americans. In 1795, President Washington sent Thomas Pinckney to find a way to keep the port open. • Pinckney Treaty – Spain lets Americans ship their goods down the Mississippi and store them in _______ ______________ 1800 • Spain signed a treat giving ______________ back to ______________. France and Napoleon • Napoleon Bonaparte – wanted to take over ______________ and probably would of tried for America too. • He ______________ ______________ and needed ______________. • Sells Louisiana for $_________________________ to America The purchase • Jefferson decided to try to ______________ New Orleans. • He sent ______________ Livingston and ______________ Monroe to buy New Orleans and West Florida from Napoleon. They could offer $10 Million. • France needed money. • Tallyrand asked Livingston if he wanted to buy all of Louisiana, not just New Orleans. They offer $_____ Million • “Too ______________” • Talleyrand says go back and see me tomorrow. • Livingston and Monroe had _____ authority to buy all of Louisiana • Jefferson wanted control of the Mississippi. • They pay $______________ • From this day the US take their place among the powers of the first rank Constitutional? • Jefferson hailed the news from France. • Though he supported limited government he made a ______________ purchase for America without consulting ______________.
  • 2. • Could the President ______________ land if it was not in the constitution? • In 1803 US took control of ______________ Expedition • Long Voyage of ______________ Sacagawea Shoshone tribe • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnT0k9wdDZo • What were some of the things Sacagawea did for Lewis and Clark? • __________________________________________________________________ Planning an Expedidtion • Jefferson chose Meriwether ______________, his private secretary, to head the expedition. Lewis asked William ______________ to go with him. • They were to map a route to the Pacific Ocean. What they were to do • As well as “climate as characterized by the thermometer, by the proportion of rainy, cloudy, and clear days, by lightning, hail, snow, ice… the dates at which particular plants put forth or lose their flower, or leaf, times of appearance of particular birds, reptiles or insects.” Lewis and Clark • Video • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMHbnjxF_wI • Start - 3:37 skip to 5:28 – 7:47 Corp of Discovery • May 1804 Lewis and Clark started up the Missouri River from St. Louis. • Slow travel and ______________. • Peace Medals Lewis and Clark Plains • Marveled at the broad, ______________ plains • “As far as the eye can reach.” • ______________, deer, ______________, and antelope. • For the first winter they stayed in N. Dakota with the Mandans. Rockies • Early spring. • ______________ sheep ran along the hills, prickly pear cactus jabbed the explorers’ moccasins. • A grizzly bear chased ______________ while he was exploring alone. • Meet some Shoshones – they gave Lewis some horses and directions. Continental Divide • A Mountain ______________ that separates river systems flowing toward opposite sides of a continent The Pacific • __________________ __, 1805, Clark wrote in his journal, “Great joy in camp. We are in view of the ocean, this great Pacific Ocean which we have been so long anxious to see.”