Polk

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Polk may refer to:

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Historic structures[edit]

  • Polk Home, Columbia, Tennessee, sole surviving residence of U.S. President James K. Polk
  • Polk Hotel, an historic hotel in Haines City, Florida

Military[edit]

  • Camp Polk (Oregon), a former military installation
  • Fort Polk, a United States Army base in Leesville, Louisiana
  • Polk (Cyrillic script: полк), Eastern European military division that corresponds to regiment; polk is headed by polkovnik
    • Polk is a root segment in a Slavic words "opolchenie" where phoneme k switches to ch, while the word means militia

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