# Math Week 4

This paper looks at the Spanish population and history in the United States. I would like to begin my paper talking about some of the figures of Spanish population. Then I will go on to talk about the customs and how the Spanish immigrated to the states. I will also talk about the forms of discrimination that the Spanish had to Indore.

In 1980 the first U.S. census that had ever asked someone ancestries, most of them Spanish Americans were found in relative numbers in the Southwestern and Gulf coast.   62.7% of the people reported that Spanish and or Hispanic were their main ancestry, and 66.4% were of Spaniard ancestry. As of 2010 census there were 26.7 million white Hispanic of Spanish ancestries in America. In my own opinion I would have to say that Hispanic Americans make up a lot of the U.S. population. I would like to show you two graphs one showing the immigration to the United States, and Spanish born population in the United States.
Immigration to the United States[12]

Years Arrivals Years Arrivals
1820–1830 2,688 1891–1900 6,662
1831–1840 2,004 1901–1910 48,944
1841–1850 2,091 1911–1920 102,954
1851–1860 9,038 1921–1930 41,954
1861–1870 6,390 1931–1940 4,945
1871–1880 5,266 1941–1949 3,287
1881–1890 4,419 Total (129 yrs) 240,642

Spanish-born population in the
United States 1850-2000 [7][8]

Year Population
2010
+100,000
2000
82,858
1990
76,415
1980
73,735
1970
57,488
1960
44,999
1950
59,362
1940
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1930
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1920
49,535
1910
22,108
1900
7,050
1890
6,185
1880
5,121
1870
3,764
1860
4,244
1850
3,113

What these charts show is that the number of Spanish immigrates have grown throughout the years that roughly around 1900 immigrants a year. The second chart dose not date back as early as the other one but it does shoe the large increase of Spanish born in the United States and this is also an increasingly large amount every ten years. As times pass on the Spanish populations keeps growing at...