British sympathizers in Rockland during the American Revolution were not uncommon and one of the more famous was a woman. Her family ran a ferry and under this disguise, she smuggled British soldiers across the Hudson River. One of the tales has her hiding a British soldier in a large chest and setting large pots of cream on top of it. Later, the soldier's pursuers arrived to search the premises. She offered them milk but cautioned not to move the cream jugs as they needed to "turn". After dark, she successfully ferried the soldier across the river.
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