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Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, 1785-1807

Robertson, James Alexander

Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, 1785-1807

social, economic, and political conditions of the territory represented in the Louisiana purchase.

by Robertson, James Alexander

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Published in Cleveland, O. : The Arthur H. Clark Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Louisiana Purchase.,
  • Louisiana -- History -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAs portrayed in hitherto unpublished contemporary accounts by Dr. Paul Alliot and various Spanish, French, English, and American officials ; tr. or transcribed from the original manuscripts, ed., annotated, and with bibliography and index by James Alexander Robertson ; with special map of the territory and other early maps and plans ...
    SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 451, no. 4566.
    ContributionsAlliot, Paul.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15436637M

    Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, ; social, economic, and political conditions of the territory represented in the Louisiana Purchase Volume 1: ISBN (). Louisiana Under The Rule Of Spain, France, And The United States, Social, Economic, And Political Conditions Of The Territory Represented In The Louisiana Purchase, As Portrayed In Hitherto Unpublished Contemporary Account. Freeport, N.Y.: Books For Libraries Press [ Print.

    He was quite hostile to the United States; one of his first official acts was to dispatch arms to Natchitoches, along with instructions to keep Americans out of the district, and he forbade the granting of land to American citizens. Salcedo's tenure as governor ended with the return of Louisiana to France, shortly before the Sale of : , Bilbao, Spain. Louisiana Purchase, western half of the Mississippi River basin purchased in from France by the United States; at less than three cents per acre for , square miles (2,, square km), it was the greatest land bargain in U.S. history. The purchase doubled the size of the United States, greatly strengthened the country materially.

    Diplomacy of the French Cession The impetus to cede the French colony of Louisiana to the Spanish was the long, expensive conflict of the French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Year's War, between France and Great Britain. Initially, France offered Louisiana to Spain in order to bring Spain into the conflict on the French side. Spain declined. Spanish officials . Louisiana Purchase By James Alexander Robinson This map was published in a book titled Louisiana Under the Rule of Spain, France, and the United States. Maps like this appear on the walls of classrooms around the United States, but they can be misleading if read too literally. This map purports to show a large section of central North.


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Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, 6 editions By Robertson, James Alexander Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks. – France turned over New Orleans, the historic colonial capital, to the United States on Decem – On March 9 a ceremony, now commemorated as Three Flags Day, was conducted in St.

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For Louisiana itself there are James Alexander Robertson's two-volume edition, Louisiana under the Rule of Spain, France, and the United States (Cleveland, ), and a recently published collection of items edited by Jack D.L.

Holmes, Documentos Ineditos para la Historia de la Luisiana (Madrid, ), which forms volume XV in. Louisiana Under the Rule of Spain, France, and the United States, (Volume 2); Social, Economic, and Political Conditions of the Territory Re by Alliot, Paul [Paperback].

Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, ; social, economic, and political conditions of the territory represented in the Louisiana Purchase, as portrayed in hitherto unpublished contemporary accounts. Cambridge Core - American Studies - Slavery's Metropolis - by Rashauna Johnson Louisiana under the Rule of Spain, France, and the United States, –, trans.

Robertson, as Commissioner of the French Government for the Retrocession to France of That Colony and for its Transfer to the United States. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Cited by: 5. Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, social, economic, and political conditions of the territory represented in the Louisiana Purchase.

[James Alexander Robertson; Paul Alliot].Louisiana Purchase,American acquisition from France of the formerly Spanish region of Louisiana. Reasons for the Purchase. The revelation in of the secret agreement ofwhereby Spain retroceded Louisiana to France, aroused uneasiness in the United States both because Napoleonic France was an aggressive power and because Western settlers .Louisiana Purchase,American acquisition from France of the formerly Spanish region of Louisiana.

Reasons for the Purchase The revelation in of the secret agreement ofwhereby Spain retroceded Louisiana to France, aroused uneasiness in the United States both because Napoleonic France was an aggressive power and because Western settlers .