What are the different ancestries?

4 Other ancestries with over 15 million people in 2000 included Irish (30.5 million, or 11 percent), African American (24.9 million, or 9 percent), English (24.5 million, or 9 percent), American (20.2 million, or 7 percent), Mexican (18.4 mil- lion, or 7 percent), and Italian (15.6 million, or 6 percent).

What is the most common ancestry in the world?

Note: 2015 Census figures. Ancestry is a broad concept that can mean different things to different people. The ancestry groups listed on this table were self-identified….The Top Ten: Ancestry of U.S. Population by Rank.

Rank Ethnicity Number
1. German 46,403,053
2. Black/African-American (non-Hispanic) 38,785,726
3. Mexican 34,640,287
4. Irish 33,526,444

What is the dominant ancestry in Michigan?

Norwegian is a common ancestry in three states, while German is among the top two in 35 states. Feb. 22, 2019, at 5:22 p.m….German, Irish Are Most Common Ancestries in Majority of U.S. States.

Most Common Ancestries By State
Michigan German Polish
Minnesota German Norwegian
Mississippi English Irish
Missouri German Irish

Where can I find Korean genealogy records?

At the time this book was written, Korean records can be located on Family Search by navigating to “Records”, “Browse by Location,” “Asia and Middle East”, “Korea, Collection of Genealogies, 1500-2009,” “Browse through 171,982 images.” The number of published records is continually growing.

How many communities are on ePodunk?

The site has grown to cover communities of all sizes and currently lists profiles for more than 46,000 communities, including over 20,000 in the US. ePodunk was acquired by Internet Brands in 2007. The site lists detailed information about residential communities on individual “Community Profile” pages.

Did you know David Chang has Korean ancestry?

PBS Finding Your Roots published an episode that features David Chang and the exploration of his Korean genealogy. “ David Chang is the chef and founder of Momofuku. Since opening his first restaurant, Momofuku Noodle Bar, in 2004, he has received six James Beard Awards, and has been recognized as GQ’s Man of the Year and a Time 100 honoree.