NEW ALBANY —
Songs and stories were written about the Brandenburg Affair. Even a play was penned and performed locally about the exploits.
“The feat of the brothers was heralded far and near by the papers and the whole river community jollified at their exploits, much to the chagrin and mortification of the Brandenbergers,” Money said.
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