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About United States Minor Outlying Islands  

The United States Minor Outlying Islands, a statistical designation defined by ISO 3166-1, consists of nine insular United States possessions. Palmyra Atoll is the only incorporated territory of the United States. Currently, none of the islands have any permanent residents. Most recently, the census of population of 1980 gives population figures for three of the islands: Johnston Atoll (327), Midway Atoll (453), and Wake Island (302). The following censuses of 1990 and 2000 only note that there was no indigenous population, which was also true for all previous censuses except that of 1940. The Baker, Howland and Jarvis Colonization Scheme attempted to settle Americans on those three islands beginning in 1935, but all three islands were evacuated in 1942 as a result of World War II.
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