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Coverage for grant RQ-249881-16

RQ-249881-16
Correspondence of James K. Polk
Ernest Freeberg, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RQ-249881-16

UT's New Volume Of Polk Letters Sheds Light On Origin Of U.S.-Mexico Border (Media Coverage)
Publication: Chattanoogan
Date: 3/30/2017
Abstract: Coverage of publication of scholarly edition
Link: http://www.chattanoogan.com/2017/3/30/345049/UT-s-New-Volume-Of-Polk-Letters-Sheds.aspx

In James K. Polk news… (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Michael Lynch
Publication: Past in the Present
Date: 3/30/2017
Abstract: Coverage of the debate over moving James K. Polk's remains and of the publication of our scholarly edition
Link: https://pastinthepresent.wordpress.com/2017/03/30/in-james-k-polk-news/

UT’s New Volume of Polk Letters Sheds Light on Origin of US–Mexico Border (Media Coverage)
Author(s): University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Publication: Tennessee Today
Date: 3/30/2017
Abstract: Announcement of the publication of our scholarly edition in a daily publication of our institution
Link: http://tntoday.utk.edu/2017/03/30/uts-volume-polk-letters-sheds-light-origin-usmexico-border/

James K. Polk's Biggest Party Ever (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Jack Neely
Publication: Visit Knoxville
Date: 4/11/2019
Abstract: On April 12 and 13, Knoxville will be the center of the mid-19th-century historian’s world, as UT hosts what some faculty are confident in claiming is the biggest scholarly gathering about the Jacksonian era—that’s more or less everything from the War of 1812 to the Civil War—in the last 25 years. Famous historians from across the country are coming to present. Some other famous historians are coming just to attend.
Link: https://www.visitknoxville.com/blog/post/james-k-polks-biggest-party-ever/

Review of Correspondence of James K. Polk, Volume XIII, August 1847–March 1848 (Review)
Author(s):
Publication: The Journal of East Tennessee History
Date: 12/31/2018
Abstract: This volume serves as the penultimate volume in the Correspondence of James K. Polk. In a fitting tribute, Cohen dedicates this volume to the editors who preceded him—Herbert Weaver, Wayne Cutler, and Tom Chaffin. The Polk Project is in capable hands as its nears its completion.
Link: http://www.easttnhistory.org/research/publications


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