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Title:[Letter] 1844 Jan. 21, Columbia, Tennessee [to Mr.] Hogan [and Mr.] Heiss, Nashville, Tennessee / James K. Polk : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Polk, James K.

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Date: January 21, 1844
Extent: 1p
Summary:This is a letter from James K. Polk to Mr Hogan and Mr Heiss, dated January 21, 1844. Polk is questioning why his name appears above Martin Van Buren's in the Union newspaper. Polk believes that Van Buren will be the Democratic candidate for president no himself.
Collection:Heiss Papers

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