Millions of people entered the US in the late 1800's, but how? Ellis Island was the one and only provider for immigration in the late 1800's. At first, the Battery in lower Manhattan was the immigration station. Eventually, the Battery could not handle the flow of immigrants. This caused the federal government to buy Ellis Island from Samuel Ellis, a merchant of New York City, and that's how the Islands name was given.
Ellis Island was opened on January 1, 1892 and closed in November 1954. It was the first stop for most immigrants from Europe. On this Island, they were given the perm…
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