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Author: George Curtis Waldo
Title: History of Bridgeport and vicinity
Publisher: New York, Chicago, S. J. Clarke Publishing
Publ. year: 1917
Subject (keywords, tags): Bridgeport (Conn.) -- History; Bridgeport (Conn.) -- Biography; Stratford (Conn.); Fairfield (Conn.)
Contributor: The Library of Congress
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Size: 723 kb

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