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John Frederick BROWN

John Frederick BROWN, United States Commissioner. Member, State Senate, Arizona, 1912-1916. Elected United States Commissioner, 1916-1930. More land has been put to patent since appointed United States Commissioner, than under any other United States Commissioner in the United States Chief Advocate in Arizona toward securing construction of great Coolidge Dam, which will irrigate 150,000 acres of land in Casa Grande Valley, Arizona.

Background

  • BROWN, John Frederick was born on June 8, 1875 in Hartland, New York, United States. Son of George C. and Mary (Booth) Brown.

  • Education

    • Common and High Schools. Business College Member, State Senate, Arizona, 1912-1916.

    Career

    • Common and High Schools. Business College.

    Membership

    Member, State Senate, Arizona, 1912-1916. Elected United States Commissioner, 1916-1930. More land has been put to patent since appointed United States Commissioner, than under any other United States Commissioner in the United States Chief Advocate in Arizona toward securing construction of great Coolidge Dam, which will irrigate 150,000 acres of land in Casa Grande Valley, Arizona.
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