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Discusses immigration to the United States during the the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and describes the small island in New York harbor that served as the point of entry for millions of immigrants from 1892 to 1954.
|Chapter 2||Coming to America||12|
|Chapter 3||Ellis Island||18|
|Chapter 4||At the Golden Door||26|
|Chapter 5||A New Life||36|
|Chapter 6||The Later Years||40|