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John Brown

John Brown may refer to:

  • John Brown (abolitionist) (1800–1859), American who led an anti-slavery revolt in Harpers Ferry, Virginia in 1859
  • John Brown (doctor) (1735–1788), Scottish physician who taught that disease was caused by either excessive or inadequate stimulation
  • John Brown (servant) (1826–1883), Scottish servant of Queen Victoria

John Brown or Johnny Brown may also refer to:

Contents

  • People 1
    • Politicians 1.1
      • American 1.1.1
      • Australian 1.1.2
      • British 1.1.3
      • Canadian 1.1.4
      • New Zealand 1.1.5
    • Sports 1.2
      • American Football 1.2.1
      • Association football 1.2.2
      • Australian rules football 1.2.3
      • Cricket 1.2.4
      • Rugby 1.2.5
      • Other sports 1.2.6
    • Religion 1.3
    • Military 1.4
    • Doctors and professors 1.5
    • Entertainers 1.6
    • Visual artists 1.7
    • Other people 1.8
  • Characters 2
  • Music 3
  • Companies and organizations 4
  • Vehicles 5
  • Other 6
  • See also 7

People

Politicians

American

Australian

British

Canadian

New Zealand

  • John Evans Brown (1827–1895), Canterbury (New Zealand) politician, known as "Yankee Brown"

Sports

American Football

Association football

Australian rules football

Cricket

Rugby

Other sports

Religion

Military

Doctors and professors

Entertainers

Visual artists

Other people

Characters

Music

Companies and organizations

Vehicles

Other

See also

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