Describes Ellis Island through the eyes of several people, including a young immigrant and an employee of the Immigration Services, and its various activities and procedures.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 62) and index.
|Series||How it was, How it was (Minneapolis, Minn.)|
|LC Classifications||JV6484 .Y65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||99042054|
The characters on Ellis Island include a young Russian immigrant, an immigration service worker, an inspector, a young translator, and a family leaving there to live in the United States. The time on Old Ironsides occurs during the War of , and readers encounter a sailor, a former passenger, the ship's doctor, and a boy who carries Pages: Get this from a library! A personal tour of Ellis Island. [Robert Young] -- Describes Ellis Island through the eyes of several people, including a young immigrant and an employee of the Immigration Services, and its various activities and procedures. After the Statue of Liberty a ferry will take us to Ellis Island where we will retrace the steps of the immigrants who first stepped foot in America on this island. After our tour of Ellis Island, we will reboard the ferry for the last time back to Battery Park from where I will escort you back to your hotel. Itinerary. This is a walking tour. Visitors can book a private tour of Ellis Island to maximize their experience and understanding of the sight, or a combo tour of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Things to Know Before You Go The minute audio tour is available in nine languages and included in /5().
The abandoned Ellis Island Hospital—once the standard for United States medical care—has been left to decay for nearly 60 years. Sitting in New York Harbor, Ellis Island welcomes millions of visitors every year to the National Immigration Museum on the north side of the island, while the hospital complex on the south side has remained largely untouched and off-limits to the . Ellis Island is a small island in New York Harbor, near Manhattan. The federal government owns the island. The largest building on Ellis Island, made of red brick, opened in and became a famous symbol of American immigration. In , President Benjamin Harrison established the nation's first immigration station on Ellis Island. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tickets; Departure Schedule; Plan your Trip; Groups & Tour Operators; Buy Tickets; Home; LOCAL TIME (EST) / Switch Language Live Chat. Fill out my online form. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tickets About Statue Cruises; Statue Liberty History; Ellis Island History; Support the Park; Contact. ELLIS ISLAND TOURSwith Tom Bernardin, former National Park Service Ellis Island tour guide, and author/publisher of The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook.. Historical tours of the Ellis Island Museum are offered to groups, organizations and individuals, including New York harbor, Castle Garden, Ellis Island, and museum orientation.
• Island ferry transportation by Statue Cruises, the only ferry provider with access to the grounds. • All tours include complimentary Audio Tour for both Liberty Island and Ellis Island. Approx. 3 hours. Through July Listed price includes a per-ticket service fee. Summary at checkout. We provide around-the-clock customer care support. Top Dog Tours NYC: Private Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour. View & Book Tickets» CityTales Sightseeing & Private Tours: Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tour with Exclusive Pedestal : Lyn Mettler. Gain exclusive access to the Statue of Liberty on this once-in-a lifetime, 4-hour, private tour. With a tour guide who is a descendant of Ellis Island immigrants, learn how a gift of friendship to the United States has become one of the modern wonders of the world. After an inspiring, exclusive trip to Lady Liberty, take a short boat ride to Ellis Island and hear first-hand stories about the 5/5(). * Hard Hat tours of the hospitals on the South Side of Ellis Island are open only to visitors over the age of Tickets for the South Side Hard Hat tours are subject to availability. ** There is no extra fee for pedestal access on Liberty Island. Reservations are recommended.