The village of Stockbridge contains a population of 450 people, and is the main shipping point on Lake
Winnebago. Before the railroad was built it handled, with Brothertown, a large share of the grain raised in the
county. It contains two hotels, three churches, a fine school, etc., etc. Among those who assisted in building up
the village may be named such as C. P. Skidmore, H. A. Williams, R. A. Buxton, etc., etc.
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