Looking for something to do in Bridgeport?
Check out Nick Roman’s slideshow:
Nick is a member of the BPL’s Customer Service Team and “Nick Knows Bridgeport.”
Bridgeport History Links
- Bridgeport History Center
The Bridgeport Library’s own local history and genealogy department –one of the largest in the state. Start here for local history research and for investigating your family tree.
- Bridgeport History Links
Fun Bridgeport facts and city history site created by Central High School students
- Connecticut Roads
Information on every numbered highway — living, extinct, or proposed — in Connecticut. Road history, custom maps, etc.
- East Enders Alumni Association
“… ‘Bridgeporters’ who were born during the decade of the 1940’s and who had the good fortune to have lived in the East End or East Side areas of Bridgeport, Connecticut, during the 1940’s, 1950’s, and 1960’s…”
- LABOR HISTORY – Bridgeport Working: Voice from the Twentieth Century
Award winning on-line exhibition: labor history of Bridgeport in the 20th Century
- Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses – National Historic Trust for Preservation
These houses from Bridgeport’s South End are listed on the “Connecticut Freedom Trail”
- National Register of Historic Places – Connecticut
Lists all buildings and sites, by county, for the State of Connecticut
- Preserve America – Bridgeport