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Folklore suggests that hot dogs first became popular in the U.S. when a German immigrant began selling them from a cart in the Bowery district of New York City. In 1871, Charles Feltman opened the first Coney Island hot dog stand, and their popularity grew and spread south where the first sausage was served at a baseball park in 1893, creating the bond between hot dogs and baseball.
— Hot Dog Facts, Figures & Folklore (other) by National Hotdog & Sausage Council
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