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Thank you for visiting www.statueoflibertytickets.com. Reservations and E-tickets are genuine for the official tour which includes the ferry service. We also provide extended around-the-clock customer care seven days a week, including holidays. This website is not affiliated with any government entity and is not the official box office. Ticket price exceeds face value. We are a private Customer...
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Castlegarden.org is a free database developed and funded by The Battery Conservancy. It contains and makes available eleven million records of immigrants who arrived at the Port of New York from 1820 - 1892. Today more than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to this early period of immigration. Castlegarden.org is a resource for educators, scholars, students, family historians, and...
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From Liberty State Park take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. On the New York Harbor, less than 2,000 feet from the Statue of Liberty, Liberty State Park has served a vital role in the development of New Jersey's metropolitan region and the history of the nation. During the 19th...
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What happens when a former two time World Kickboxing Champion from Dublin, Ireland meets a Mental Health Professional from Denton, Nebraska to play and perform Irish music? You get a tough, yet sensitive, frenzied yet polished, sometimes boisterous yet often gentle delivery of modern and...
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With awe-inspiring views of the Statue of Liberty and the NYC skyline, Ellis Island and Liberty Island offer stunning and unforgettable settings for your corporate event, wedding ceremony and wedding reception, special family celebration, fundraiser or other special event. Many top corporate...
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Ellis Island Reenactment provides infomation, history, contact information and reviews of actor Dennis Heaphy's one man show about the immigrant experience of those who came through Ellis Island, and more. Due to damage from Hurricane Sandy, the programs normally offered at the Ellis Island Museum and the Statue of Liberty have been greatly diminished.
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Save Ellis Island's mission is to preserve the historic hospital buildings on Ellis Island. Our goal is to encourage an understanding of immigration in a globalized world, a story that has always been a part of American history. Ellis Island is known as Island of Hope, Island of Tears. Walking around the decrepit, abandoned complex and seeing the ghastly images on the walls, I have a new...
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Tom Bernardin, author of the Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook, offers tours of Ellis Island to groups and individuals. Your host and guide is Tom Bernardin, whose association with Ellis Island began in 1978 as a National Park Service ranger, giving tours of pre-restoration Ellis Island. His slide-lecture presentation, Ellis Island-The Golden Door led to the publication of his book, The Ellis...
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With all of the constant changes happening to the laws that pertain to people who come to the United States from another country, you can’t afford to neglect getting legal help. Now more than ever you will need the skill and expertise of a good immigration attorney. Since the chances of you having access to all of the resources and assistance that is available to you as an immigrant are very...
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That Ellis Island, and the flood of immigration through its doors, has played in the growth of our nation, and the development of our uniquely American culture of diversity and tolerance. Historically, our organization pioneered the idea of restoring Ellis Island as a museum to commemorate its historic significance. Our organization has operated quietly and effectively behind the scenes,...
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Ellis Island is a book of changes. This text exists in two very different modes—one that is stable and one that is endlessly changing. Like Ellis Island, it belongs at the same time to the City and the Sea. Belonging to the City, Ellis Island is a poem of 624 sonnets, in a determined and unchangeable order. You can read this book on paper or, soon, on this site. Belonging to the Sea, Ellis...
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