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The city is located on the Tennessee River, approximately north of Chattanooga. Cleveland was founded in 1836 by General James White as a location for a fort and settlement. The city has numerous memorials to the American Civil War (1861–65), including several historic battlefields, cemeteries and monuments dedicated to various units from that era. In addition, the home of President Andrew Johnson is now part of Fort Oliver Park near downtown Cleveland. His house was named "Fort Polk" during this period due to his support for Polk's candidacy over Abraham Lincoln in 1844; it served as headquarters for Union troops who occupied Knoxville prior to their disastrous defeat at nearby Fort Loudoun under William Sanders' command during November 1863 – January 1864; it then became known locally as "The Old Polk Place".