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Topsmead State Forest

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Topsmead State Forest

Coordinates: 41°44′49″N 73°09′36″W / 41.747°N 73.160°W / 41.747; -73.160

Topsmead State Forest is located in Litchfield, Connecticut.[1]

It was formally the summer residence of Edith Morton Chase, daughter of Henry Sabin Chase, first president of the Chase Brass and Copper Company.[1] She left the house and its grounds to the state of Connecticut on her death in 1972.[1]


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