Industry Flourishes St. Paul
During the 1970s, St. Paul was revitalized with a fresh rush of new people moving to the area, mainly African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latino Americans. Today, roughly one-third of St. Paul's population is from one of these three groups. While the city is always changing, the history of St. Paul, Minnesota, teaches us that it also stays the same. St. Paul has remained a city of economic importance in the American landscape. Today, we flourish as an industrial center, and still have strong railroad and trucking industries, tracing back to our roots as a trade and transportation center in the United States.