Ellis Island Interactive Tour With Facts, Pictures, Video | Scholastic.com

Ellis Island Interactive Tour With Facts, Pictures, Video | Scholastic.com

Ellis Island Interactive Tour via scholastic

Ellis Island Interactive Tour via scholastic

New York City. We anchored between The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island when on our "Great Loop" trip in 2004.  Absolutely beautiful!

New York City. We anchored between The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island when on our "Great Loop" trip in 2004. Absolutely beautiful!

Ellis Island Interactive Tour With Facts, Pictures, Video | Scholastic.com

Ellis Island Interactive Tour With Facts, Pictures, Video | Scholastic.com

Immigration: Stories of Yesterday and Today and Ellis Island | Scholastic.com. This website is a great resource for learning about American immigration.

Immigration: Stories of Yesterday and Today and Ellis Island | Scholastic.com. This website is a great resource for learning about American immigration.

1891 Annie Moore - First Ellis Island Immigrant    14 year Annie Moore old and her two younger brothers, Anthony (11) and Phillip (7), Annie depart from Queenstown (Cobh - County Cork) on December 20th 1891 aboard the S.S. Nevada, one of 148 steerage passengers. The trio would spend 12 days at sea (including Christmas Day), arriving in New York on Thursday evening December 31st.

1891 Annie Moore - First Ellis Island Immigrant 14 year Annie Moore old and her two younger brothers, Anthony (11) and Phillip (7), Annie depart from Queenstown (Cobh - County Cork) on December 20th 1891 aboard the S.S. Nevada, one of 148 steerage passengers. The trio would spend 12 days at sea (including Christmas Day), arriving in New York on Thursday evening December 31st.

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On this website, the interactive timeline allows students to click on a certain period and learn about immigration to the US; where the immigrants were coming from and why.  Additionally, this site offers Ellis Island photo albums (then and now) as well as the opportunity to search for ancestors who traveled through Ellis Island.

On this website, the interactive timeline allows students to click on a certain period and learn about immigration to the US; where the immigrants were coming from and why. Additionally, this site offers Ellis Island photo albums (then and now) as well as the opportunity to search for ancestors who traveled through Ellis Island.

Ellis Island opened in New York Harbor in 1892 as a center for immigrants coming to the U.S. During the next 30 years, more than 12 million people passed through Ellis Island. Ellen Levine uses well-chosen details, including quotes from children and adults who came through Ellis Island, to answers questions about Ellis Island and the immigrants.

Ellis Island opened in New York Harbor in 1892 as a center for immigrants coming to the U.S. During the next 30 years, more than 12 million people passed through Ellis Island. Ellen Levine uses well-chosen details, including quotes from children and adults who came through Ellis Island, to answers questions about Ellis Island and the immigrants.

The Great Hall on Ellis Island in a photograph from between 1900 and 1915.© Library of Congress

The Great Hall on Ellis Island in a photograph from between 1900 and 1915.© Library of Congress

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