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The Eastern Most Point of the United States! The Millennium Monument was erected in 2000 to commemorate the beginning of a new millennium for the United States, as this is the first place American soil sees the sunrise. Known as Point Udall, the drive to this east end monument is breathtaking as you look below at the multi-blue, reef-laden waters. Once you arrive at “the point” you encounter the monument, which is actually a large sundial and even more breathtaking views. There is no admission charge to for the monument. Point Udall was named for Stewart Udall, who served as Secretary of the Interior from 1961 to 1969 under presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, to honor his work to support the economy of the island group.