and James Monroe closed on the sweetest real estate deal of
the millennium when they signed the Louisiana Purchase Treaty
in Paris on April 30, 1803. They were authorized to pay France
up to $10 million for the port of New Orleans and the Floridas.
When offered the entire territory of Louisiana–an area larger
than Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal
combined–the American negotiators swiftly agreed to a price
of $15 million. All documents
are reproduced on special fine paper that have a mottled finish
and varied surface similar to that of the genuine documents
of history. The documents are manufactured from cellulose
fibers with sulfuric acid to enhanced the look and feel of
the original. In addition, they are treated with sulphite
pulp so the "old-antiqued" look is apparent. Our law school gift store offers law school graduation gifts and diploma frames for attorneys and lawyer
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posters found elsewhere. All documents are NOT folded.