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Who was the U.S. president who convinced Congress to fund the Lewis and Clark expedition?

Answer:

JEFFERSON

The U.S. territory expanded by 828,000 miles with the Louisiana Purchase. Pres. Jefferson was interested in what resources these territories had and finding the Northwest Passage.

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