Ellis Island is an island in the Hudson River at the mouth of the sea. The island is hundreds of meters upstream of the Statue of Liberty. There is a large building on the island, formerly the immigration checkpoint, now the immigration museum, which contains a large number of materials and objects. It is an excellent place for people to visit and scholars to study immigration history.
Ellis Island is located 300 meters near the Statue of Liberty. It used to be an immigration checkpoint in the United States. It is now an Immigration Museum with abundant cultural relics, which records the history of immigration development and the history of American territorial expansion.
This stop is part of the Statue of Liberty tour, so it's also worth staying here. It's very impressive that there are millions of people in the same building. Many of the exhibits are not currently on display, and due to Hurricane Sandy, climate control has not been restored. There are many pictures on display (mostly reprinted) on this subject. Def watched the film for only 30 minutes, but it was very touching.
American immigration history 1892-1924 European immigrants entered the United States from Alice Island for a series of checks and procedures and then entered the mainland of the United States in 1880-1924. In 44 years, the United States immigrated into the United States through Alice Island. More than 20 million immigrants entered the United States through Alice Island. Most of them are European immigrants, Alice Island is a picture of the history of American immigration.
Ellis Island was once a checkpoint for immigrants to the United States that had to pass more than 40 [%] of the American ancestors who entered Ellis Island from Ellis Island to the United States. The main building on Ellis Island was later converted into an Immigration Museum, which preserved the history and situation of immigrants that year. The bridge section of Hollywood immigration blockbusters was often spit on the windy ferry. The endless voyage of the small intestine is even more uncertain. It's hard to see that the Statue of Liberty knows that America has arrived, but it's still a long time to wait in the entry hall for the rigorous examination of documents and the physical examination. It's said that the highest record is that more than 10,000 people arrived in Ellis Island within a day. Everyone was worried about whether they could successfully enter the United States or not. The convenience of immigration is quite different from today's.
On the upstream ship, the weather is a little hot, but the scenery is really beautiful.
If you have time, you can experience the Ellis Island helmet tour, during which you do wear a helmet. The tour is very rich, visitors will visit the medical area and virus control area. The guide is very good and knowledgeable. Travel for 90 minutes, remember to bring water and camera. We like it very much.
This is where the early Immigration Customs is located. The immigrants who came to the United States to seek gold here started the American Dream or were repatriated to the United States after their dreams were shattered. The original customs on the island was transformed into an exhibition hall, recording the scene at that time. It's beautiful to walk around the island and see Manhattan's tall buildings across the sea.
This Ellis Island is what Americans commonly call Immigration Island . Many descendants of early immigrants from all over the United States often come here to see the hardships of their ancestors coming to America. The island is near the famous Statue of Liberty, and some cruise ships will go ashore. If you take a cruise ship that only looks at the Statue of Liberty, you can see the island and its buildings as well as the broadcasts on the cruise ships. I will inform you.