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2. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of persons reporting this ancestry/race alone, not in combination with any other ancestry/race. 3. Refer to the Explanation of Data in the front of the book for more detailed information. Oxford, Alabama Other Asian, specified Other Asian, not specified (16) Australian British Canadian Croatian Czech Czechoslovakian Dutch English European Finnish French, except Basque French Canadian German Hawaii Native/Pacific Islander: Micronesian: (1) Guamanian/Chamorro (1) Polynesian: Native Hawaiian Samoan Other Pac.

Taiwanese (234) Filipino (8) Indian (235) Indonesian (3) Japanese (13) Korean (37) Malaysian Pakistani (1) Sri Lankan (4) Taiwanese (17) Thai (17) Vietnamese (15) Other Asian, not specified (8) Austrian Brazilian British Canadian Celtic Czech Czechoslovakian Danish Dutch Eastern European English European Finnish French, except Basque French Canadian German Greek Hawaii Native/Pacific Islander: Micronesian: (16) Guamanian/Chamorro (16) Polynesian: (8) Native Hawaiian (5) Samoan (3) Other Pac. , not spec.

1) Hispanic or Latino: Central American: Costa Rican Honduran Nicaraguan Salvadoran Cuban Dominican Republic Mexican Puerto Rican South American: Argentinean Colombian Other Hispanic or Latino Irish Italian Scotch-Irish United States or American West Indian, excl. 13 Ancestry/Race Number Acadian/Cajun 8 African American/Black: 481 Not Hispanic (453) 475 Hispanic (1) 6 African, sub-Saharan: 21 African 21 Am. Ind. , not spec. 22 American Indian tribes, specified: 69 Blackfeet 1 Cherokee (10) 44 Chickasaw (1) 1 Choctaw 1 Creek (1) 6 Latin American Indians (2) 8 Lumbee (1) 3 Osage 1 Ute 1 All other tribes (1) 3 American Indian tribes, not spec.

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