Neal Brown (February 24, 1861 – September 18, 1917) was an American lawyer, politician, businessman, and writer.
Brown practiced law in Wausau, Wisconsin and was involved with the paper, railway, electric, and insurance industries. Brown also was a writer. He wrote: "The Comedy of History," "The Paper Industry and The Tariff," "Critical Confessions," and "Songs by Neal Brown."
- Marathon County, Wisconsin Historical Society-Neal Brown
- 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1895,' Biographical Sketch of Neal Brown, pg. 666
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