Island of Hope

Island of Hope

The Story of Ellis Island and the Journey to America

Book - 2004
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The moving story of immigration to America as told through the passionate voices and stories of those who passed through Ellis Island.

On January 1, 1892, a fifteen-year-old Irish girl named Annie Moore made history when she became the first person to be processed at a new immigrant station at Ellis Island in New York Harbor. In the next 62 years more than 12 million other immigrants would follow. Many of these newcomers would be "pushed" into America--fleeing religious persecution, political oppression, or economic harships in their native lands. Millions of others would be "pulled" into the United States by the promise of new opportunities.

Once they arrived at Ellis, they were put through the traumatic experience
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2004.
ISBN: 9780439530828
Branch Call Number: j 304.873 SANDLER
Characteristics: 144 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.


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