Wyoming Ethnic, Political, or Religious Groups

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*Chinese  
 
*Chinese  
 
*Danes  
 
*Danes  
*Finns  
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A sizable number of Finns came to work the mines in Uinta and Sweetwater counties in the late 1880s. In 1895, a group of about 600 settlers came from Iowa and Illinois to homestead reclaimed land at a place now called Emblem.
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*Germans  
 
*Germans  
 
*Hispanic Americans  
 
*Hispanic Americans  

Revision as of 16:40, 29 April 2013

United StatesGotoarrow.pngWyomingGotoarrow.pngEthnic Groups

Wyoming Ethnic Groups

  • African Americans
  • American Indians
  • Basque
  • Chinese
  • Danes
  • Finns

A sizable number of Finns came to work the mines in Uinta and Sweetwater counties in the late 1880s. In 1895, a group of about 600 settlers came from Iowa and Illinois to homestead reclaimed land at a place now called Emblem.

  • Germans
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Japanese
  • Irish
  • Norwegians
  • Russians
  • Swedes