“The colored people of Bridgeport are in an improving condition many of them are doing well, owning and living in their own snug and comfortable houses, and engaged in proper employments. It is a truth that should force itself upon the attention of the colored people in the large cities that thro’ out the towns of Connecticut, there is owned by colored people a house for every five inhabitants.” Ethiop (1854, Sept. 8). Communicated. Frederick Douglass’ Paper, p.3
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Little Liberia turns 200 on April 10, 2021 Be ready for a year of celebration.