If you ever find yourself driving through Glen Rock, New Jersey you might pass by a gigantic boulder in the middle of the town. I know when I first drove by I thought to myself, "what is that doing there!?" In fact, the famous "Glen Rock" has quite a history. The town itself was settled around this enormous rock when it was left by a retreating glacier. The 570-ton boulder is called Pamackapuka, or Stone from Heaven, by the Delaware Indians. This rock served as a base for Indian signal fires and later as a trail marker for colonists. This is a very interesting piece of history right here in Bergen County - come check it out for yourself...you'll be amazed at it's size!
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