The village of Elmsford, New York was originally called both Storm's Bridge, after resident Abraham Storm, and Hall's Corner. Abraham Storm's tavern, built in the early 1700s, was a gathering place for American and French soldiers during the Revolutionary War, where a very familiar name was coined: when the barmaid Betsy would garnish the soldier's drinks with tail feathers from the enemy's chickens, the "cocktail" was born. Abraham's tavern was also the hangout for famed American spy Harvey Birch, mentioned in James Fenimore Cooper's novel The Spy. The name "Elmsford" came from a massive Elm tree in the village.
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