Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration
Time: 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
Location: Library of The Chathams
214 Main Street, Chatham, 07928
From 1892 to 1924, millions of immigrants sailed past the Statue of Liberty and were processed through Ellis Island on their way to search for opportunity and a better life in the United States. Part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the National Park Service, the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration tells those century-old stories as well as the history of immigration to the United States. Join a park ranger to learn about the museum, the processing of immigrants over a century ago, and the genealogical resources available, such as ships’ manifests, to learn more about those who immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island.
You will have a chance to ask the park ranger questions – and learn about a connection between the library building and the Statue of Liberty!
Join on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87562237619
Or join by phone: 646-558-8656 Meeting ID: 875 6223 7619
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