Florence Fenwick Miller (5 November 1854 - 24 April 1935) was an early feminist, journalist and public lecturer.

Born in London, in 1873 she completed a medical degree.

From 1876 - 1885 she was one of the representatives of Hackney on the London School Board.

Miller made annual lecture tours on various topics including woman suffrage. As a journalist she contributed to number of publications including the Illustrated London News and The Daily News. From 1895-99 she was editor and proprietor of the Woman's Signal, a feminist magazine. (Wikipedia page [1].)

She was the author of three books on physiology: The House of Life (1878), An Atlas of Anatomy (1879) and Animal Physiology for Elementary Schools (1882).

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