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I have to put the sequence in order that the events happened.

9.The Lewis and Clark expedition leaves st.louis
8.thomas jefferson authorizes robert livingston to offer $10million for new orleans and west flordia.
10.meriwether lewis and william clark return from their expedition.
1.jefferson persuades congress to sponsor an expedition into the louisiana territory.
7.the federalists support aaron burr in his bid to become governor of newyork.
4.the spanish refuse to allow american goods to move into or past new orleans.
3.the senate gives its approval of the louisiana purchase.
5.alexander hamilton dies after engaging in a duel with aaron burr.
6.jefferson confirms that spain secretly transferred the louisiana territory to france.
2.lieutenant zebulon pike travels through the upper mississippi river valley and into present day colorado

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