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Totals do not include Titanic's crew of nearly 900 people.

Source: Wikipedia’s list of
Titanic passengers

All Passengers First Class Second Class Third Class
More than 2,200 people were on board the Titanic when it struck an iceberg the night of April 14, 1912. The Titanic’s crew of nearly 900 is not included here.
First class passengers hailed mainly from U.S. and European cities. Despite orders to put women and children in lifeboats first, survival rates were highest in first class. Most children were in steerage.
Travelers in second class enjoyed fewer amenities aboard the Titanic. Their hometowns were more widely scattered, and their ranks included the only black family on board, traveling from Paris to Haiti.
Immigrants comprised the bulk of steerage passengers, many of whom began their voyages in Ireland, Scandinavia, and Lebanon. Two-month-old Millvina Dean was the last Titanic survivor; she died in 2009.
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