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    Cecil Brown (1850–1917) was an American attorney, politician, businessman, and banker in the Kingdom, Republic, and Territory of Hawaii. He was the founding president of the first national bank chartered in Hawaii. This ten-dollar National Bank Note, issued in 1900, bears Brown's signature at the bottom right of the obverse.

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    First, the statement, "The village was named after Francis X. Biron, a merchant from Galena, Illinois who opened a store in Wisconsin Rapids. [7]" is misleading as Francis Biron spent most of his life in the logging business in the Wisconsin Rapids/Biron area and he was from Quebec, Canada.