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| caption = Governors portrait of Ethan A. Brown (1776-1852) that hangs in the Ohio Statehouse. He served as Ohio's seventh governor, serving from 1818 to 1822.
<p>Ethan Allen Brown, Ohio's seventh governor, was born in Connecticut on July 4, 1776. As a young man, he trained for the law in Alexander Hamilton's law office in New York, passing the bar examination in 1802. Brown traveled west in 1803 to lay claim to a tract of land that his father wished to invest in, located near the Ohio River in Indiana. The following year Brown moved to Cincinnati and set up his law practice. He soon became associated with John Cleves Symmes, an influential person in the new state of Ohio.</p>
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#Fess, Simeon D., ed. <em>Ohio: A Four-Volume Reference Library on the History of a Great State</em>. Chicago, IL: Lewis Publishing Company, 1937
#Still, John S. "Ethan Allen Brown and Ohio's Canal System." <em>Ohio Historical Quarterly</em> 66 (January 1957): 22-43.
#Still, John S. "The Life of Ethan Allen Brown, Governor of Ohio." Ph.D. diss., The Ohio State University, 1951.
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