Ellis Island, once the arrival station for million of immigrants from Europe, is now the site of a National Park Service museum that tells the story of all U.s. immigrants, before, during and after Ellis Island’s busiest days from the 1890s to the 1920s. Ellis Island, which sits in New York Harbor near the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan, is part of Statue of Liberty National Monument.
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