Angel Island (American Symbols)
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Angel Island (American Symbols)

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During the late 1800s and early 1900s, nearly 1 million immigrants were processed at the Angel Island immigration station. Although Angel Island was also called The Gateway to the West, for some it became the place that kept them out of the United States. Find out what immigrants had to go through at Angel Island and discover why today Angel Island stands as a symbol of ho...more
Library Binding, 24 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Picture Window Books (first published July 15th 2008)
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Use this to support elementary studies of immigration on the west coast of the US.
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