My Country Society, Inc. was founded in 1967 with the purpose of publishing a journal, My Country, related to American history. Initially, the journal was distributed throughout Litchfield County to schools, historical societies, libraries, town halls, banks, and other places. Later, it became available by subscription. The publication schedule varied, but typically several issues were produced each year. New and established authors were encouraged to submit manuscripts. The Society also awarded scholarships to Litchfield High School students. In 2008, the Society ceased its operation and merged its assets with the Litchfield Historical Society.
- Four Generations Turn and Adapt their Business: this article details the business ventures of various members of the Hopkins family. It was contributed by Julie Leone.
- Wise and Brave: The Fight for Women’s Voting Rights in Litchfield: read about Litchfield's role in the Connecticut Women's Suffrage Association and the creation of the Litchfield Equal Franchies League. It was contributed by Jessica Jenkins.