How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?

How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?

How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?

How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?

America has a very diverse Latino population.  While Mexican immigrants and their descendants represent the largest percentage of the total Latino peoples in the US, Cuban-Americans are the majority in Miami.  Puerto Ricans and El Salvadorans have a large number of people in Chicago, and Puerto Ricans in New York as well.  Add Dominicans to the mix here and there as well, but in smaller numbers.To a much lesser degree, we see immigrants from countries like Nicaragua and Honduras, with an even smaller number from South American countries, which are much farther away (no overland immigration for the most part) and somewhat more stable economically.The link below leads you to the most up to date census information we have on Hispanics in the US. Lots of good stuff there including a powerpoint.
How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?
How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?
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How have Central and South Americans contributed to the diversity of the hispanic peoples in the United State?
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