Meaning of “Put in below the home of Brown”
Most people focus on the last part of the sentence, But the first part, “Put in” may be important as well. According to www.mcmillandictionary.com, there are several possible definitions for the term “put in.” One of them is “if a ship puts in, it stops at a port.” That could have reference to a train stop since there aren’t any ships in the area.
Meaning of “home of Brown”
There are several different hypotheses as to what “home of Brown” means. Some have stated that it could be in reference to a polluted river called “brown gravy” by the locals. Others have suggested that it refers to the “Joe Brown put-in” at the bottom of Joe Brown Creek.
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