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Mohawk State Forest consists of 3,703 acres in the towns of Goshen, Cornwall, and Litchfield. There are an additional 240 acres in Mohawk State Park. Although no Mohawks lived in the vicinity, the forest name comes from the alleged practice of local Native Americans of lighting signal fires on the summit of the mountain to warn their tribes to the south of the approach of the dreaded Mohawks from the northwest.
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- White Memorial Foundation contributed over 2,900 acres to the acquisition of the forest,…