The Arbitration Rock was set in 1769 as the boundary marker between the two Long Island townships of Newtown and Bushwick. Since Newtown was in Queens County (now the New York City borough of Queens) and Bushwick in Kings County (now the borough of Brooklyn), this rock the size of a Volkswagen Beetle also served to mark the dividing line between these two colonial New York counties.

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  • The Arbitration Rock was set in 1769 as the boundary marker between the two Long Island townships of Newtown and Bushwick. Since Newtown was in Queens County (now the New York City borough of Queens) and Bushwick in Kings County (now the borough of Brooklyn), this rock the size of a Volkswagen Beetle also served to mark the dividing line between these two colonial New York counties. (en)
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  • The Arbitration Rock was set in 1769 as the boundary marker between the two Long Island townships of Newtown and Bushwick. Since Newtown was in Queens County (now the New York City borough of Queens) and Bushwick in Kings County (now the borough of Brooklyn), this rock the size of a Volkswagen Beetle also served to mark the dividing line between these two colonial New York counties. (en)
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