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Important People in Louisiana History Unit 3: Louisiana History 3 rd Grade Photos from Wikipedia
A Spanish explorer who was the first to see the Mississippi River. Hernando De Soto
Robert La Salle A French explorer who named Louisiana for King Louis XIV.
IbervilleIberville and BienvilleBienville French explorers who began settlements in Louisiana.
Thomas Jefferson The president of the United States in He bought Louisiana from France. This is known as the Louisiana Purchase. Louisiana Purchase
Napoleon Bonaparte French ruler who sold Louisiana to the United States.
William C. C. Claiborne The 1 st governor of the state of Louisiana
Henry Shreve An inventor and steamboat captain. The city of Shreveport is named after him.
Andrew Jackson Commander at the Battle of New Orleans.
Jean Lafitte A pirate who helped defeat the British in the Battle of New Orleans.
PBS Pinchback The 1 st African-American governor of a state.
Huey P. Long The governor that was responsible for free education, more hospitals, and roads in Louisiana.
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Antonio de Ulloa Governor Antonio de Ulloa was the first Spanish governor of Louisiana, Served under King Charles III. The French colonists.
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COLORADO HISTORY AMERICAN EXPLORERS. Napoleon sold Louisiana Purchase to Thomas Jefferson in 1803 To learn more, Jefferson sent Capt. Meriwether Lewis.
The Louisiana Purchase. Thomas Jefferson was president and wanted New Orleans. Occurred on April 30 th, 1803 Purchased from France (Napolean Bonaparte)
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