Ellis Island was an immigration depot that processed over 12 million immigrants between 1892 and 1954. Over the course of its history, the island has been enlarged three times to accommodate construction for the many buildings designed to handle the flow of immigrants. In 1965, President Johnson signed a proclamation adding Ellis Island to the Statue of Liberty Monument and placing it under the care of the National Park Service. This beautiful ornament shows the Ellis Island main immigration building and tower. Millions of families can trace their origin through Ellis Island, and this ornament provides a small token of recognition to those who passed through its halls seeking a better life. Make it a part of your holiday decorations today.
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