Berkshire county. This is an elevated township at the S.E. corner of the county, on the line of Connecticut. It is watered by a pleasant stream, a branch of Farmington river. The soil is generally good, particularly for pasturage. Considerable wool is grown in this town and a large amount of leather tanned. Sandisfield is 124 miles W. by S. from Boston, 18 S.E. by S. from Lenox, and 38 E. from Hudson, N.Y. Incorporated, 1762. Population, 1837, 1,493.