Southeastern Connecticut's largest ethnic group is composed of Irish-Americans, followed by Italian-Americans, Polish-Americans, and a dying WASP identity in certain shoreline towns. There is also a large Latino population mainly from Puerto Rico, followed by the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Ecuador. There is a strong African-American presence, and many small Asian communities in different parts of the region. The Pequot and Mohegan tribes both have their own reservations and casinos, along with a strong identity to their culture, though most trial members only have partial Native American ancestry. Southeastern Connecticut is an ethnically diverse region.