General Washington stopped near this spot on Musquapsink Brook with his officers and troops on Saturday, October 7, 1780, while on a march from Tappan to Totowa. This was the site of a grist mill built by Reverend Johannes Bernardus Van Dieren before 1734, and purchased by Isaac Bogert in 1765. The mill was destroyed by fire in 1910. 
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Bogert's Mill Site