Presents the history of Ellis Island from 1892 when it served as the most important center for immigration into the United States, to its near collapse in the 1970s due to neglect, to its rebirth in 1990 as the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
|Main Author:||Marcovitz, Hal.|
Mason Crest Publishers,
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