"Litchfield Hill" from Harper's New Monthly Magazine
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"Litchfield Hill," is an article from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 2013-112-0, about the town of Litchfield during the Revolutionary War and some of its most famous residents from the later 18th and early 19th centuries: Tapping Reeve, Sarah Pierce, Oliver Wolcott, James Gould, and Benjamin Tallmadge.
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- "Litchfield Hill" from Harper's New Monthly Magazine
- Kathy Craughwell-Varda
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