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Hispanic Americans in North Carolina: Home

Introduction

 

 

The Hispanic population of North Carolina has increased dramatically in the past twenty years.  Officials now estimate the number of Hispanics in the state to total more than 450,000.  This community contributes billions of dollars to the local economy and is an increasingly important part of North Carolina.  However, finding information specific to the Hispanic Americans in North Carolina can be difficult.  Here are a few places to begin your research.

Guide developed by John Lawrence (updated 10/2009)