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Queens, NY  ANCESTRY & FAMILY HISTORY
Queens historic map - Queens, NY, 1915
Queens, NY, 1915

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Major ancestry groups reported by Queens residents include:

· Black or African American - 20%
· Italian - 9%
· South American - 7%
· Chinese, except Taiwanese - 6%
· West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups) - 6%
· Asian Indian - 6%
· Irish - 6%
· Other Hispanic or Latino - 6%
· Puerto Rican - 5%
· German - 4%
· Dominican Republic - 3%
· Korean - 3%
· Polish - 3%
· Colombian - 3%
· Ecuadorian - 3%
· Jamaican - 3%
· Mexican - 2%
· Russian - 2%
· Guyanese - 2%
· Greek - 2%
· Haitian - 2%
· Central American: - 2%
· Filipino - 1%
· Subsaharan African - 1%
· English - 1%
· Trinidadian and Tobagonian - 1%
· Bangladeshi - 1%
· Arab - 1%
· Peruvian - 1%
· West Indian - 1%
· Pakistani - 1%
· Romanian - 1%
· African - 1%
· Salvadoran - 1%
· American Indian tribes, specified - 1%
· Cuban - 1%
· Hungarian - 1%
· Spanish - 1%
· French (except Basque) - 1%
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Libraries in Queens include Arverne, Astoria, Auburndale, Baisley Park, Bay Terrace, Bayside, Broad Channel, Broadway, Cambria Heights, Court Square ... More libraries

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