Ellis Island

island in New York Harbor in the United States of America

Ellis Island is an island near New York City. It was used for immigrants coming from other countries to the United States from 1892 until 1954. Some immigrants to other countries, like Canada, also went through the island. It is located in Upper New York harbor, north of Liberty Island (Statue of Liberty) and east of Liberty state park.

These people from Guadeloupe were going to Canada to work as domestic servants

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