PASSAGES TO AMERICA: Oral Histories of Child Immigrants from Ellis Island and Angel Island
More than twelve million immigrants, many of them children, passed through Ellis Island's gates between 1892 and 1954. These personal narratives offer unique perspectives on the psychological experience of being an immigrant child and the impact on later development and well-being. 16 pages of photos.
Publisher: Potomac Books
Item #: 5967368
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