The village of Yorktown, New York is located 38 miles north of New York City on the northern border of Westchester County. The village has a rich Native American history, with many of the regions named after the original inhabitants, such as Amawalk and Mohegan Lake. After a Revolutionary War skirmish in Yorktown, the French troops rested on the current grounds of the French Hill Elementary School, where cannonballs and other war relics have been found. Meterologist and broadcaster Al Roker was a resident of Yorktown at one point, where his wife Alice was the town clerk.
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