Insular Areas

An Insular area is a territory of the United States of America that is neither a part of one of the fifty U.S. states nor the U.S. federal district of Washington, D.C. Such areas are called "insular" from the Latin word insula ("island") because they were once administered by the War Department's Bureau of Insular Affairs, now the Office of Insular Affairs at the Department of the Interior. Not including Freely associated states or former territories
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Population
 
Territory
No
0
Pacific
Palmyra Atoll
Yes
54,194
Pacific
American Samoa
Yes
162,742
Pacific
Guam
Yes
53,467
Pacific
Northern Mariana Islands
Yes
106,405
Caribbean
U.S. Virgin Islands
Yes
3,411,307
Caribbean
Puerto Rico
No
0
Pacific
Baker Island
No
0
Pacific
Howland Island
No
0
Pacific
Jarvis Island
No
0
Pacific
Johnston Atoll
No
0
Caribbean
Kingman Reef
No
0
Caribbean
Navassa Island
No
0
Pacific
Wake Island
No
0
Caribbean
Serranilla Bank
No
0
Caribbean
Bajo Nuevo Bank
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