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Art in History - Louisiana Purchase Learning Activity Kit

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Art In History's replica allows all ages 7+ to explore the Louisiana Purchase in a fun and engaging activity.

Each Kit Contains:

  • 6.75" x 5.5" Unfinished Pottery-Sugar Bowl (For Decorative Use Only)

  • High Quality Paint brush

  • Sponge

  • Paint Kit

  • Disposable Paint Pallets

  • Craft Paper (to protect the painting surface)

  • Step-By-Step Decorating instructions


Free Lesson Download Includes:
  • History of the artifact

  • History of the time period

  • Maps

  • Step-by-step Decorating instructions


Join Art In History and explore the Louisiana Purchase, and the Presidency of Thomas Jefferson.

In 1795, Spain was in control of the City of New Orleans. The United States received permission from Spain to navigate the Mississippi River into New Orleans. In 1800, Napoleon Bonaparte the Emperor of France, forced Spain to return Louisiana to France and revoked the United States right to navigate. However at the time, Napoleon was fighting several wars and needed money. He offered to sell the United States the entire Louisiana Territory for $15 million, which is a cost of less than 3 cents per acre.

Thomas Jefferson accepted the offer and appointed Meriwether Lewis to head an expedition of the new territory. This expedition also included a prominent explorer and mapmaker William Clark. During this era sugar was a valuable commodity and was kept in containers such as this. It was quite possible Lewis & Clark had sugar in something like this!

Replicate your Louisiana Purchase Sugar Bowl today and let the learning begin!

Proudly Made In America!

Additional Info

458883

6F305F99

850497005060

EDU102

1.6 pounds

10.0 x 7.0 x 7.0

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No instructions

By Sherzoe

from New York, ny

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Comments about Art in History - Louisiana Purchase Learning Activity Kit:

Got for my 8 yr old for xmas.. She is a bit of a historian so thought she would enjoy.. No instructions are in the box.. I will have to google so we have a vision m how to paint

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5.0

Fun, easy to use, and educational

By Rob

from GA

Comments about Art in History - Louisiana Purchase Learning Activity Kit:

Great way to spend time with the kids. I am also going to talk to my daughters art and history about this!

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