Stockbridge

noun Stock·bridge \ ˈstäkˌbrij \

Definition of Stockbridge

plural -s
:a member of the Housatonic band of the Mahican which moved from Massachusetts in 1785 to join the Oneida in northern New York and later united with the Munsee in Wisconsin

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Origin and Etymology of stockbridge

from Stockbridge, Massachusetts


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