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Encyclopedia > Bridgeport

Bridgeport is the name of a number of places in the United States of America:

See also:

  • Bridgeport beer

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Bridgeport, Connecticut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1348 words)
Bridgeport (41n10, 73w12 EST) is the largest city by population in Connecticut, and is located in southeastern Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Bridgeport is quite marked by its attachment to famed resident, circus-promoter, and once-mayor P.T. Barnum.
The Ballpark at Harbor Yard serves as a minor-league baseball stadium, and was built in 1998 to serve as the homefield of the Bridgeport Bluefish.
Bridgeport: Ethnic Villages (8549 words)
Bridgeport is different, though, in that the primary ethnic groups remained in the community and their lots improved over time.
Bridgeport had begun as a very poor settlement but those living here gradually moved up the economic ladder, and the youth gangs went through a process that might be termed as maturation.
South of Bridgeport the gangs tended to be a bit rougher, and their contests with the Douglas neighborhood gangs to the east are thought to have pre-heated the race riot that broke out (on the lake front) in 1919.
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