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Ellis Island (fiction and nonfiction) (17 books)

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Immigrants at Ellis Island - History

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Susan Meissner

19 Books for Kids About the Immigrant Experience in America

Searching our archives in the Center or online at LibertyEllisFoundation. More than 25 million passengers and members of ships' crews entered the United States through Ellis Island and the Port of New York between the peak years from and But our archives expand beyond those years from up to and contain almost 65 million arrival records. These historical manifests have been transcribed into this vast digitized archive thanks to the generous efforts of the volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The archives house manifests--ships passenger lists where information about each passenger was written down--which were used to examine immigrants upon arrival in the United States. Now you can search these millions of records for information on individual Ellis Island passengers.

Jump to navigation Jump to Content. Whether escaping hunger in Ireland and Sweden or the persecution of Jews in Lithunia and Russia, the immigrants depicted in these stories offer a glimpse of Ellis Island's critical role as a gateway for millions of immigrants. Sometimes joyful, sometimes nerve-wracking, these stories told by people of all ages will enhance classroom units on immigration and the history of Ellis Island, especially since many are based on the authors' family histories and include historic photographs. Tony is not looking forward to his family's annual picnic at Liberty Island in October. Nevertheless, his grandmother insists that they maintain the tradition of celebrating her birthday with Lady Liberty.

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A Japanese-American man recounts his grandfather's journey to America, which he later undertakes himself, and the feelings of being torn by a love for two different countries. A child-friendly story about the trials and triumphs of starting over in a new place while keeping family and traditions close. An Irish family stays together with the help of Fiona's talent for making one-of-a-kind lace in this heartwarming immigration story. This bright picture book tells of the migration of diverse immigrant and ethnic groups to North America, dating back to the travels of native peoples across the Bering Strait, and including the Atlantic slave trade and the journey of immigrants from Europe and Asia. Citizens of the United States have rights and privileges that visitors don't. Learn what makes someone a citizen and how a non-citizen can become a citizen.

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