Encyclopedia Of Ellis Island
Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 2004 - Social Science - 321 pages
Ellis Island, at the southern tip of Manhattan, was the major portal for European immigrants to the United States and looms large in 19th century and early 20th century history. After extensive restoration, today it is a national symbol and important museum. Authored by a noted historian and librarian at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, this is the first encyclopedia devoted to the Island, documenting its various incarnations. It contains more than 430 essay entries on the crucial people, operations, rooms and buildings, events, immigration laws and acts, organizations, and other terms associated with the island's history.
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American anarchists arrived baggage Barge Office become a public board of special Boarding Division Bureau of Immigration C. L. R. James cabin Castle Garden certificate Chinese cluding Contract Labor Corsi Courtesy dormitory duty Edward Ellis Island Immigration Ellis Island Library emigrants employees enemy aliens excluded exhibit favus federal files Fiorello LaGuardia floor German grants gration Guastavino held for special immi Immigrant Aid Societies immigrant inspectors immigrant station Immigration Act Immigration and Naturalization inspec Island Immigration Museum Italian Jersey land laundry line inspection Main Building manifest Marine Hospital Service matrons medical officer mental migration missionaries National Park Service passengers persons port President public charge Public Health Service quota railroad red scare Reference Registry Division Registry Room Robert Watchorn secretary ship Special Inquiry Division Statue of Liberty steamship steerage Superintendent surgeons Thomas Fitchie ticket tion trachoma U.S. Department Unrau Washington Watchorn west wing William Williams women York City