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This lesser known immigration station was referred to as the Ellis

This lesser known immigration station was referred to as the Ellis

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The exterior of the Ellis Island immigration inspection station in 1907.

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An immigration officer talking to an immigrant with her children on Ellis Island, New York

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The U.S. Immigration Station at Angel Island processed nearly a million immigrants from more than 80 countries between 1910-1940.

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The 17-year-old girl was traveling with her two younger brothers, Anthony and Phillip, on the S.S. Nevada. The ship had departed from Queenstown (County ...

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Immigrants being inspected, 1904

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First Ellis Island wooden structure

When immigrants were detained at Angel Island, in the San Francisco Bay, they wrote poetry on the walls.

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... into a hanging site for pirates, a harbor fort, ammunition and ordinance depot named Fort Gibson, and finally into an immigration station.

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Deciding to leave

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Ellis Island examination

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From 1910 to 1940, Angel Island played a less-than-kind host to

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State parks interpreter Casey Dexter-Lee in the Immigration Station museum on Angel Island.

Early black and white photo of Ellis Island

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Annie Moore

The Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration is a top New York City attraction. (Photo by Julienne Schaer/NYC & Company)

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Ellis Island Great Hall

Ellis Island, N.Y. Line Inspection of Arriving Aliens, 1923 (National Archives Identifier 6116683

Physicians examining a group of Jewish immigrants who are gathered in a small room on Ellis

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Statue of Annie Moore and her brothers, the first of 17 million Irish to be

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ELLIS ISLAND IMMIGRANT STATION-ONE OF THE SMALL BARGES IN THE FOREGROUND

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Experience Statue

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Plaques in memory of Asian immigrants who were retained and interrogated in Angel Island.

The Registry Room is also known as the Great Hall because of its large size.

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The kitchen inside the staff house

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Immigrants arriving to Ellis Island c 1906: From Annie Moore to 39.6 million Irish Americans

Ellis Island is the place where more than 12 million immigrants passed through on their way

Detained Chinese immigrants carved poems into the wooden walls of the immigration station

Cartoon of immigrants in front of the Statue of Liberty, "Food will win the

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Sparked by the discovery, Bay Area Asian Americans, spearheaded by Paul Chow, formed the Angel Island Immigration Station Historical Advisory Committee ...

Ellis Island Immigrants Look At The Statue Of Liberty

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A Journey into the rich history of America.

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Exterior of the contagious disease hospital

Immigration Timeline

An illustration of immigrants on the steerage deck of an ocean steamer passing the Statue of

Your first stop in your research efforts, in person or online, should be at Ellis Island, the first federal immigration station in the United States.

Now, nearly a century since the peak years of immigration, Ellis Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the National Park Service.

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In February 2009, the immigration station reopened. In 2010 work began to stabilize the immigration station hospital, a two-story, and 10,000 square foot ...

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