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How many Basques are there in the US?

The following is a breakdown of the Basque-American population, by state:


from NABO article 

State

Basque-American

Population

Basque-Americans as a Percentage of Total

Alabama

107

0.0

Alaska

276

0.0

Arizona

1,655

0.0

Arkansas

71

0.0

California

20,868

0.1

Colorado

1,674

0.0

Connecticut

262

0.0

DC

180

0.0

Delaware

12

0.0

Florida

2,127

0.0

Georgia

282

0.0

Hawaii

175

0.0

Idaho

6,637

0.5

Illinois

533

0.0

Indiana

168

0.0

Iowa

50

0.0

Kansas

146

0.0

Kentucky

55

0.0

Louisiana

354

0.0

Maine

57

0.0

Maryland

399

0.0

Massachusetts

383

0.0

Michigan

306

0.0

Minnesota

195

0.0

Mississippi

64

0.0

Missouri

180

0.0

Montana

564

0.1

Nebraska

85

0.0

Nevada

6,096

0.3

New Hampshire

158

0.0

New Jersey

643

0.0

New Mexico

600

0.0

New York

1,252

0.0

North Carolina

330

0.0

North Dakota

39

0.0

Ohio

230

0.0

Oklahoma

126

0.0

Oregon

2,627

0.1

Pennsylvania

278

0.0

Rhode Island

23

0.0

South Carolina

76

0.0

South Dakota

64

0.0

Tennessee

145

0.0

Texas

1,691

0.0

Utah

1,361

0.1

Vermont

34

0.0

Virginia

515

0.0

Washington

2,665

0.0

West Virginia

8

0.0

Wisconsin

98

0.0

Wyoming

869

0.2

Source: United States 2000 Census


More information on ethnic population statistics is available at the Census page

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U.S. Basques by City

SOURCE: The following originally appeared online at http://www.epodunk.com/ancestry/Basque.html and is

re-produced here in case it is re/moved.


The above map shows U.S. cities with the highest percentages of people of Basque ancestry. Move your mouse over points

on the map to see city names and percentages, and to link to in-depth community information.


People of Basque heritage trace their roots to a region of southwestern France and north-central Spain. Many early immigrants

to the U.S., drawn by the California gold rush, came via South America.


ePodunk mapped the top Basque communities by percentage of population. The map and the following list show communities

in which 1,000 or more people listed an ancestry group, and in which at least 1 percent of those people said they were Basque.


The links at left lead to information on other races and ethnicities.

Community

Place type

% Basque

city

4.2

city

4.1

populated place

4.1

city

3.7

city

3.4

city

3.2

city

2.6

populated place

2.2

city

2.1

city

1.8

populated place

1.7

city

1.7

city

1.6

city

1.5

city

1.4

city

1.4

city

1.3

village

1.3

city

1.3

city

1.2

city

1.2

city

1.2

populated place

1.2

city

1.1

populated place

1.1

populated place

1.1

city

1.1

populated place

1.0

city

1.0

populated place

1.0

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del discurso inaugural del IV Congreso Mundial de las Colectividades Vascas.

Adjunto ambos, la versión en castellano y la en inglés.

Gracias por vuestra interés!

Besarkada bero bat, Gloria

Dr. Gloria Totoricagüena Egurrola

Director

Center for Basque Studies /322

University of Nevada, Reno

Reno, Nevada 89557-0012 USA

www.basque.unr.edu

[email protected]

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