Martha McClellan Brown

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Martha McClellan Brown (April 16, 1838 – August 31, 1916) was a major leader in the temperance movement. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, she and her husband published a temperance newspaper, the Alliance Monitor, and she was editor from 1867 to 1876.[1] She was an organizer of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, and was a leader of the Prohibition Party in Ohio. She served as vice-president of the Cincinnati Wesleyan Women's College.


  1. ^ "Brown, Martha McClellan". Women in World History, Vol. 3: Brem-Cold. Waterford, CT: Yorkin Publications. 1999. p. 113. ISBN 0-7876-4062-X. 

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