Ellis Island and Immigration for Kids explores all angles of immigration and its history in the United States.
Readers will learn about the establishment of Ellis Island and its forerunner, Castle Garden, as well as the western immigration station, Angel Island. Along with activities to further enrich kids’ knowledge of immigration, this book gives its readers a thorough understanding of its impact on the United States from the earliest arrivals to today.
by Jean Daigneau (Author)
Paperback, 144 Pages