If your class studies immigration to the United States and Ellis Island, this set will really add to your products.
Ellis Island opened as a federal immigration station in 1892 and for over 60 years millions of immigrants passed through the station on their way to becoming U.S. Citizens. After a long and possibly difficult ocean journey on crowded steamships, immigrants from Europe, Scandinavia, and Northern Africa would get their first views of their new home: The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Once there, they faced a challenging series of tests and examinations. It is said that today almost 40 per cent of all U.S. Citizens can trace at least one ancestor to Ellis Island!
This set features 22 PNG images. (11 color and 11BW) The set will download as a zip file which is easy peasy to open! You'll then see your individual images and will be good to go!
Included are images of newly arrived immigrant families, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island's main building, immigration officials processing paperwork and issuing eye examinations, luggage; steamer ship Philadelphia; a marker sign, and a life preserver with "Ellis Island" marked on it.
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