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This historic landmark in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York is alleged to have been a Native American treaty site and has been used as a boundary marker by Native Americans as well as Dutch and English settlers. Today, it stands at the boundary between Hastings-on-Hudson and Yonkers, New York.

Know Before You Go..

  • Sigghe’s Rock is located on the private property of Andrus Orchard School, but you can see the rock from outside the school fence beside the road.

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