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Local History Resources: Census 1980

Census 1980

Freeport Population 1980

Total Population: 38,272
White: 24,376
Black: 11,874
American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut: 70
Asian and Pacific Islander: 285
Hispanic: 4,160

Population by Area
Central: 11,013 (28.8%)
              White: 8,848
               Black: 1,530
               American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 17
               Asian and Pacific Islander: 105
               Hispanic: 1,849
Northwest: 9,071 (23.7%)
              White: 5,556
               Black: 2,628
               American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 17
               Asian and Pacific Islander: 44
               Hispanic: 1,240
Northeast: 7,909 (20.7%)
              White: 905
               Black: 6,829
               American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 31
               Asian and Pacific Islander: 16
               Hispanic: 424
Southwest: 6,175 (16.1%)
              White: 6,175
               Black: 701
               American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 2
               Asian and Pacific Islander: 92
               Hispanic: 431
Southeast: 4,104 (10.7%)
              White: 3,831
               Black: 186
               American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 3
               Asian and Pacific Islander: 28
               Hispanic: 216

Sources:
"Know Your Neighborhood" (Central Freeport), Village News. February 1984, pg. 2.
"Know Your Neighborhood" (Northeast Freeport), Village News. January 1984, pg. 2.
"Know Your Neighborhood" (Northwest Freeport), Village News. December 1983, pg. 2.
"Know Your Neighborhood" (Northeast Freeport), Village News. March 1984, pg. 2.