Tennesseans can have three times the fun celebrating President's Day every year because to date, there have been a three Tennesseans that have held the highest title of the country.
Our 11th President, James K. Polk was President from 1845-1849. James K. Polk was originally buried at his home, Polk Place, in downtown Nashville until 1893 when his body was moved a short distance to grounds of the Tennessee State Capitol . Today you can find his Ancesteral Home just south of Nashville in Columbia.
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