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Izetta Jewell Brown

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Nov 24, 1883

Izetta Jewell Brown was born in Hackettstown, NJ

1914

Izetta Brown moved to West Virginia as bride to William Gay Brown

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1916

Izetta Brown took over management of Preston County farm and established modern dairy operation after husband's death

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1920

Izetta Brown was first woman to second a presidential nominee, John W. Davis

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1922

Izetta Brown was first woman south of the Mason-Dixon line to run for U.S. Senate

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1924

Izetta Brown seconded Davis again for nomination

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1925

Izetta Brown married Hugh Miller

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1930

Izetta Jewell Brown ran for Congress in New York

1931

Izetta Jewell Brown became the commissioner of public welfare in Schenectady

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1978

Izetta Brown died in La Jolla, California


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