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Litchfield is the name of several places in the United States of America:

  • Litchfield, Connecticut
  • Litchfield, Illinois
  • Litchfield, Maine
  • Litchfield, Michigan
  • Litchfield, Minnesota
  • Litchfield, New Hampshire
  • Litchfield, New York
  • Litchfield, Ohio
  • Litchfield County, Connecticut

In addition, there is a place called Litchfield Park, Arizona.

There is also a city in England with a similar name:

There is also a National Park and a shire in the Northern Territory of Australia

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Welcome To Litchfield Connecticut! (421 words)
Litchfield was incorporated in 1719 and settled in 1721.
Founded in 1721 Litchfield was designated the county seat in 1751, and by the 1790's the town had become the leading commercial, social, cultural and legal center of Northwestern Connecticut.
Its population grew from 1,366 in 1756 to 2,544 in 1774, and by 1810 Litchfield was the fourth largest settlement in the state with a population of 4,639.
Litchfield was purchased from the Colony of Connecticut in 1719 by a company from Hartford, Windsor and Lebanon, and given town privileges.
The borough of Litchfield, one of the most attractive villages in Connecticut, was the outpost and trading center for the northwestern frontier, and for many years the county seat of Litchfield County.
Leaving Litchfield borough to the southwest on the attractive R. 25, we pass on the right the marble milestone erected by Jedediah Strong in 1787: "33 miles to Hartford 102 miles to New York." The highway goes through the borough of Bantam, with connection by R. 109 for Bantam Lake.
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