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Template:U.S. Virgin Islands-stubUnited States Gotoarrow.png U.S Virgin Islands Gotoarrow.png Emigration and Immigration


A list of persons seeking passports to travel from New York to St. Croix and other West Indian destinations for the year 1812 survives at the National Archives and Records Administration (Washington, D.C.) and has been published:

Immigration The Danes allowed emigration from other nationalities to the U.S. Virgin Islands.

  • Spanish Sephardic Jews
  • Huguenots

English dominated (spoken on streets)

Current population, 100,000 +