1867 – Born in Hannibal, Missouri on the 18th of July.
1894 – Browns moved to Denver, Colorado, which gave the family more social opportunities.
1901 – She was one of the first students to enroll at the Carnegie Institute in New York.
1909-1914 – She ran for Congress.
1912 – She also assisted in the fundraising for Denver’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception which was completed.
1914 – Her lifelong career as a human and labor rights advocate earned her prominence in the aftermath of the Ludlow Massacre in Trinidad, Colorado.
1909 – Margaret and J.J. privately separated.
1932 – Margaret Tobin Brown died of a brain tumor on the 26th of October in New York City. She was sixty-five-years-old.