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Why did Seward buy Alaska?
A)To access Alaskan gold.
**B)To kick Russia out of North America.**
C)To increase trade in Asia and the Pacific.
D)To develop desirable land.

  1. Reed

    I think there is a better answer.

  2. Anonymous

    So.... D?

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  4. Mituna :D

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