1. What is this person’s sex?
2. What is this person’s age and date of
birth? (Print numbers in boxes)
Age on April 1, 2000
Month of Birth
Day of Birth
Year of Birth
Note: Please answer BOTH questions 3 and 4.
3. Is this person
❑ No, not Spanish/Hispanic/Latino
❑ Yes, Mexican, Mexican American,
❑ Yes, Puerto Rican
❑ Yes, Cuban
❑ Yes, other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino —
Print group below
4. What is this person’s race? Mark one
or more races to indicate what this
person considers himself/herself to be.
❑ Black, African American, or Negro
❑ American Indian or Alaska Native —
Print name of enrolled or principal
❑ Asian Indian
❑ Other Asian — Print race below
❑ Native Hawaiian
❑ Guamanian or Chamorro
❑ Other Pacific Islander —
Print race below
❑ Some other race — Print race below
Selected Census 2000 Questions
Clear de Road: A Virgin Islands History Textbook by Roger Hill (U.S. Virgin Islands Department of
Conservation and Cultural Affairs, Bureau of Libraries, Museums, and Archaeological Services, 1983).
This 200-page overview of Virgin Islands’ history also includes color illustrations.
A History of the Virgin Islands of the United States by Isaac Dookhan (Canoe Press, 1994). A 300-plus page
in-depth history of the Virgin Islands with extensive source references for additional research.
U.S. Census Bureau (www.census.gov). The source for information on people, business, and geography. This
site offers census news, maps, tools to build your own data tables, and more.
The Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands (www.gov.vi/index.html). The on-line edition of the Virgin Islands’
Blue Book, which gives detailed information on the structure of the territorial governments and other information
of general interest.
Microstate Network (www.doi.gov/oia/netlinks.htm). This site has “a world of information about the
smallest of states” and provides lin