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Continued development of new suburban housing attracted middle and upper-class residents, leaving the city with a higher proportion of poor.
The city suffered from overall mismanagement, for which several city officials were convicted, contributing to the economic and social decline.
(It has since been blasted through for construction of an expressway.) The Golden Hill Indians were granted a reservation here by the Colony of Connecticut in 1639; it lasted until 1802.
(One of the tribe acquired land for a small reservation in the late 19th century that was recognized by the state.
Around the time of the First World War, Bridgeport was also producing steam-fitting and heating apparatuses, brass goods, phonographs, typewriters, The First World War continued the city's expansion so that, on the eve of the Great Depression, there were more than 500 factories in Bridgeport, including Columbia Records' primary pressing plant.
By the time of the State of Connecticut's ratification of the American constitution in 1781, many of the local farmers held shares in vessels trading at Newfield Harbor or had begun trading in their own name.
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The town incorporated to subsidize the Housatonic Railroad and rapidly industrialized following the rail line's connection to the New York and New Haven railroad.
The namesake of the town was the need for bridges over the Pequonnock River that provided a navigable port at the mouth of the river.