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Emigrants Arriving at Ellis Island Here we present an historic image of Emigrants Arriving at Ellis Island. The image shows Arriving at Ellis Island.

Digital ID: 418047. Sherman, Augustus F. (Augustus Francis) -- Photographer. [1909]   Notes:  Captioned print reproduced in Peter Mesenholler 'Augustus F. Sherman: Ellis Island Portraits 1905-1920' (c1905) p.78: Greek woman -- June -- 1909.   Source: William Williams papers / Photographs of immigrants (more info)   Repository: The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.   See more information about this image and others at NYPL Digital Gallery. Persistent URL…

a woman from Salamina island Greece, immigrant to the United States, dressed with her local tradional costume, June 1909

NYC. Immigrants in 1904 after being processed at Ellis Island.

At the gate with tickets fastened to coats and dresses, the immigrants pass out through the gate to enter into their new inheritance, and become our fellow citizens.

Italians arrive through Ellis Island

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Ellis Island.  My grandparents all came to Ellis Island in their pursuit of the American Dream.

Individual states regulated immigration prior to the 1892 opening of Ellis Island, the country’s first federal immigration station.

Today, over 100 million Americans - one third of the population - can trace their ancestry to the immigrants who first arrived in America at Ellis Island. A song called Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears was written about the immigrants to Ellis Island, New York.

Immigration: Germans arriving at Ellis Island. Mine: "The real immigrants that made this country great, legally.

"Slovak group, Ellis Island", Pittsburgh, 1907, TRACHTENBERG, Allan ed., America and Lewis Hine, New York, Aperture, 1977.

"Slovak group, Ellis Island", Pittsburgh, 1907, TRACHTENBERG, Allan ed., America and Lewis Hine, New York, Aperture, 1977.

Immigrants Coming to Ellis Island | January 1, 1892: The Ellis Island Immigration Station opens

The Ellis Island Immigration Station opens. The first immigrant to pass through was a “rosy-cheeked Irish girl,” Annie Moore, age from County Cork; she came with her two younger brothers to join their parents in New York City.

Ellis Island is an island in New York Harbor and was the gateway for millions of immigrants to the United States as the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954.

Photo ellis island immigrants 1904 statue of liberty new york city the big apple

This puts it in perspective. Traveling immigrants checking in - the passenger lists - Hello & welcome to your new home America!