Dutch West Indian American

Dutch West Indian Americans
Total population
54,377 (2010 U.S. Census)[1]
Regions with significant populations
New York (Staten Island)
Dutch, Papiamento, Spanish, English

Dutch West Indian Americans or Dutch Antillean Americans are Americans of Dutch Antillean descent. According the 2010 Census Bureau figures there 54,377 Americans under the category of "Dutch West Indian".

In the 2000 US Census, the number of Americans reported whose origins are in the Dutch West Indian was of 35,359. In this Census (and to difference of the 2010 US Census whose Dutch West Indian ethnics were not mentioned of way individual) a total of 1,970 people afirmed just be of Aruban descent, while only 352 people claimed descent from people of St. Maarten.[2]

Notable Dutch Antillean-Americans


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