- James Knox,1795–1849, the 11th president of the U.S. 1845–49.
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Contemporary Examples of polk
In San Francisco he discovered the gay epicenters of the Castro and Polk Street.BP, Putin, and the Power of Oil
March 9, 2014
He figures on starting in early March, likely in Hemlock Alley, off Polk Street, near a present needle exchange.Clean Crack Pipes for All! San Francisco’s Final Social Justice Frontier
January 31, 2014
Polk Correctional Facility in Sanford, Florida—the same jail in which he was held during some of the lead-up to his July trial.
He will appear in court via live video link from John Polk Correctional Facility on Tuesday afternoon.
And the success of the IB program at Bartow High has added rigor to early childhood education across Polk County.Inside Bartow High, One of America’s Best High Schools
May 6, 2013
Historical Examples of polk
General Polk began the evacuation of Columbus on February 25th.
Clark's division of Polk's corps followed in due order on its road.
Polk had but 110 votes against 118 when the new Congress met.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year
McDuffie said that Polk's letter was "composed for that meridian."
In July, 1856, he said that he had for eleven years maintained the vetoes of Mr. Polk.
- James Knox. 1795–1849, US statesman; 11th president of the US (1845–49). During his administration, Texas and territory now included in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California were added to the Union