Margaret Brown

Margaret Sibella Brown (1866 - 1961)

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Margaret Sibella Brown
Born in Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, Nova Scotiamap
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Died in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canadamap
Profile last modified 18 Aug 2019 | Created 9 Jun 2018
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Biography

Margaret Sibella Brown was born in 1866. She was the daughter of Richard Brown and Barbara (Davison) Brown. She was the twin sister of Elizabeth Purves Brown. Her three younger siblings were Annie, Richard, and Lillian.[1] She attended the Victoria School of Art and Design (later called the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design). She also served as one of the directorates. Because of her efforts to raise funds for its new campus, in 1934, Margaret received an honorary diploma from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Her work in botany secured her an honorary Masters of Arts from Acadia University in 1950.[2] She served as a Red Cross nurse during World War I.[3] She passed away in 1961.[4]

Sources

  1. Beaton Institute: Cape Breton University
  2. Dalhousie University: Nova Scotia Scientific Hall of Fame
  3. Beaton Institute: Cape Breton University
  4. Global Plants on JSTOR


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