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Selected Images of Ellis Island Immigration to Ellis Island circa. 1880-1920 Library of Congress
Waiting for Ellis Island Ferry to transfer immigrants to processing site.
Immigrants on an Atlantic Liner waiting to disembark.
Immigrants await physical examinations on Ellis island early 1920’s.
Statue of Liberty represented the land of freedom for newly arriving immigrants.
Ellis Island immigration building as immigrants would have seen it for the first time.
Immigrants waiting area before being examined.
Immigration officer conducts eye examinations.
Immigrants await results of examination to embark on a new life or return home.
Italian immigrant family at Ellis island early 1900’s.
Immigrants moving on to a new life after passing immigration examination process.
Another view of Ellis island from an ocean liner with newly arrived immigrants.
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Look carefully at the photos on pages Read all information on both pages. On your own paper answer the following questions: – What can you tell.
Why did immigrants settle in the United States? Immigrants came in search of better jobs, freedom, food, and better life. Immigrants were faced with low.
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July 1914 died in 1999 Romania I Came to U.S.A in 1942 after waiting for a year for legal Immigration.
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