James Polk - The first acting U.S. president photographed in office (1845)

James Polk - The first acting U.S. president photographed in office (1845)

Interesting pic--James Buchanan on the far left, Sarah and James K. Polk in the center, and Dolly Madison is the blurred lady on the right

Interesting pic--James Buchanan on the far left, Sarah and James K. Polk in the center, and Dolly Madison is the blurred lady on the right

James K. Polk - Conservapedia

James K. Polk - Conservapedia

This site is located on land once owned by the parents of James K. Polk, the 11th U.S. president. The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the Mexican-American War, settlement of the Oregon boundary dispute, and the annexation of California. Reconstructions of typical homestead buildings—a log house, separate kitchen, and barn—are authentically furnished.

This site is located on land once owned by the parents of James K. Polk, the 11th U.S. president. The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the Mexican-American War, settlement of the Oregon boundary dispute, and the annexation of California. Reconstructions of typical homestead buildings—a log house, separate kitchen, and barn—are authentically furnished.

James K. Polk was the eleventh president. He offered to buy California and New Mexico from Mexico but Mexico refused. Americans felt that Mexico was standing in the way of Manifest Destiny.

James K. Polk was the eleventh president. He offered to buy California and New Mexico from Mexico but Mexico refused. Americans felt that Mexico was standing in the way of Manifest Destiny.

https://flic.kr/p/7mGSoP | James K Polk Tombstone Marker at Polk Memorial Gardens Columbia TN | James K Polk Tombstone Marker in Cemetery

https://flic.kr/p/7mGSoP | James K Polk Tombstone Marker at Polk Memorial Gardens Columbia TN | James K Polk Tombstone Marker in Cemetery

James K. Polk U.S. President #11 - Often referred to as the first "dark horse" President, James K. Polk was the last of the Jacksonians to sit in the White House, and the last strong President until the Civil War.

James K. Polk U.S. President #11 - Often referred to as the first "dark horse" President, James K. Polk was the last of the Jacksonians to sit in the White House, and the last strong President until the Civil War.

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