Witness to wave of migration


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  • Saturday, 16 Jun 2007

At least 40% of Americans today can trace their ancestry through Ellis Island, the place where it all began for immigrants in the late 19th century. Today, restoration work is being done on the island to protect what has become a crucial part of American history. 

ONCE upon a very long time ago, it was witness to the largest human migration in the history of mankind. 

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