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  1. Brown's Town is located in northwest St Ann in the Dry Harbour Mountains. The town is about 12.87 km (8 mi) from the island's north coast. The ugli fruit was first discovered in 1914 growing wild near the town. One notable region is called Tobolski, which was once the site of bauxite mining. History

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      The town was founded by Hamilton Brown who is buried in the...

  2. Hamilton Brown (1776 – 18 September 1843) was an Irish planter, slave owner, and politician in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica which he represented in the House of Assembly of Jamaica for 22 years. Brown founded the settlement of Hamilton Town in Saint Ann Parish, which was named after him.

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  4. Mar 01, 2021 · The show follows Billy Brown and his wife Ami, along with their seven children, as they navigate life in rural Alaska. They lived in Hoonah, Alaska, or as the Brown family called it, "Browntown." Now, though, the Browns have left their Alaskan home for another part of the country.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_BrownsThe Browns - Wikipedia

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    James Edward, older sister Maxine, and younger sister Bonnie Brown sang individually in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, until 1954, when Maxine and Jim Ed signed a record contract as a singing duo. They earned national recognition and a guest spot on Ernest Tubb's radio show for their self-penned song "Looking Back to See", which hit the top ten and stayed on the charts through the summer of 1954. The song would be a hit again nearly 20 years later for Buck Owens and Susan Rayein 1972. They were joined in 1955 by then-recent high school graduate, 18-year-old Bonnie, and began performing on Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport, Louisiana. By the end of 1955, the trio was appearing on KWTO in Springfield, Missouri, and had another top ten hit with "Here Today and Gone Tomorrow", which got a boost by their appearances on ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee, which Maxine Brown called "our real breakthrough." Jim Ed and Maxine had first appeared on the show as a duo in 1955. Producer Si Siman signed them with RCA V...

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    Brennan, Sandra & Manheim, James. "The Browns Biography". Country Music Television, Inc. Retrieved 2009-03-24.
    Brown, Maxine (2005). Looking Back to See: A Country Music Memoir. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press. ISBN 1-55728-790-2.
    Rick Bass (2010). Nashville Chrome: A Novel. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. ISBN 0-547-31726-3.
  6. Brown's main campus, comprises 235 buildings and 143 acres (0.58 km 2) in the East Side neighborhood of College Hill. The university's central campus sits on a 15-acre (6.1-hectare) block bounded by Waterman, Prospect, George, and Thayer Streets; newer buildings extend northward, eastward, and southward. Brown's core, historic campus, constructed primary between 1770 and 1926, is defined by three greens: the Front or Quiet Green, the Middle or College Green, and the Ruth J. Simmons ...

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  7. Scott Philip Brown (born September 12, 1959) is an American diplomat, attorney, and politician who served as the United States Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa.He is a former United States Senator for Massachusetts (2010–2013), and also was the 2014 Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate in New Hampshire.

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