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Hungarians in Bridgeport

Hungarians in Bridgeport

a social survey

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Published by University of Bridgeport, Dept. of Sociology in Bridgeport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hungarians -- Connecticut -- Bridgeport.,
  • Bridgeport (Conn.) -- Ethnic groups.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hillel Bardin ... [et. al.]
    ContributionsBardin, Hillel.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p. ;
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14316550M

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Robert D. Kranyik Hungarian Collection ID Ms B Date [inclusive] Extent 10 boxes Accession Numbers L; L Language English, Hungarian Abstract This collection contains materials reflecting the history of the Hungarian community in the Bridgeport/Fairfield area from the s to the present.

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Box and folder listing Box 1 Series I, annual reports 1. The history of Bridgeport, Connecticut was, in the late 17th and most of the 18th century, one of land acquisitions from the native inhabitants, farming and the midth century to the midth century, Bridgeport's history was one of shipbuilding, whaling and rapid growth.

Bridgeport's growth accelerated even further from the midth century to the midth. Cities with the Highest Percentage of Hungarians in Connecticut: Connecticut Report: Percentage of Hungarians.

Meet B:Hive Bridgeport, coworking space in Bridgeport. See reviews, photos, amenities, prices, availability, and book online with on: Main Street, Bridgeport, United States. The Hungarian Society of Massachusetts was founded in In the mid ’s they established a weekend school for Hungarian children, where volunteers taught children to read and write in Hungarian.

Inthe weekend Hungarian school was reestablished as the Béla Bartók Hungarian School of Boston. The Hungarian Boulevard was 79th Street, a hub for the Austro-Hungarian populace from 75th Street to 83rd Street.

Popular restaurants included the Viennese Lantern, Tokay, Hungarian Gardens, Budapest and the Debrechen. There were also a number of butcher stores and businesses that imported goods from Hungary, a few of which still exist. The Hungarian Cultural Society of Connecticut (HCSC) is an association of citizens of Connecticut of Hungarian ancestry.

The society's goal is to preserve the Hungarian cultural heritage in America. It also supports ethnic Hungarian minority populations in the Transylvania region of Romania and the Carpathian basin.William Penn Association (WPA). Founded inas the Verhovay Aid Association, the WPA is the largest Hungarian fraternal association in North America.

It assumed its present name inwhen it absorbed its largest rival, the Rákóczi Federation of Bridgeport, Connecticut.Lazlo's Hungarian Meat Market is a family owned business. We have been selling Hungarian meat products, including but not limited to Smoked Country Sausage, Smoked Pork Shoulder, Csabai Sausage, Pork Butts, Pork Ribs, Double Smoked .