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CONCORD — While the connection between Henry David Thoreau and Dr. Seuss may seem tenuous, there is a spot near Thoreau’s beloved Walden Woods that makes that link abundantly clear. Thoreau’s Path on Brister’s Hill, across Route 2 from the pond, is a self-guided, one-mile interpretive trail, owned and managed by the Walden Woods Project. The trail’s five sections honor different aspects of Thoreau’s contributions to society.