Population of the New York Region, 1960-1990

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LC ClassificationsHA730.N525 P66 1984
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Large numbers of non-whites only began settling in Manhattan in the s and in the rest of NYC after World War II. The slowest area in the city to change its racial makeup was Staten Island, which was the only borough of New York City to retain a Non-Hispanic White majority after the s.

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Even as real income rose in all but three of New York's neighborhoods in the 's, one of the city's poorest places -- Hunts Point in the Bronx -- grew poorer by 30 percent.

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