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Ellis Island was known as 'the front doors to freedom' by the millions of immigrants who passed through Ellis Island when coming to the United States of America. This island was the major port of entry to America for immigrants from all around the world. During the mid-late 1800's Ellis Island admitted approximately 13-14 million immigrants. 3.5 million people arrived between 1891 and 1900 alone.
Most of the immigrants to pass through Ellis Island were from Europe and Asia. These people immigrated to America for a variety of reasons. …
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