BY Carolina Pichardo

With a history that dates back since the 1660, when the northern part of Manhattan was quickly expanding, the Dyckman name is well-known and popular among Uptownies. 

It’s the crossroad between the Hudson River and Harlem River. There’s even a city museum—Dyckman Farmhouse—that’s the oldest and only remaining farmhouse in all of Manhattan. References on restaurants and bars are everywhere. You can’t miss it.

So tell me [who] was the smarty-pants that got this one wrong? 

Sign found by the Dyckman Fields on Dyckman St. (under the Henry Hudson Bridge).

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