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Located where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Hudson River, Ellis Island was the perfect place to stop and process boats entering the United States; Thus Ellis Island opened as a federal immigration station in 1892. All immigrants would wait in long medical and legal inspection lines. If they passed inspections, they were allowed to come into the United States; if they didn’t pass, they were put on the next ship out. Many families were split up due to medical issues that prevented individual family members from entering. Today, Ellis Island houses a museum paying tribute to these immigrants. Visitors can expect to see pictures, documents, and rooms recreated to look like the original processing areas. Many of the museum’s visitors are descendants of the original immigrants and come with the hope of catching a glimpse of a document or item that connected their ancestors’ experiences.
Last Updated: 2 March 2020
American, African American, African, Ancient History & Culture, Asian History, European, Latin American, Medieval & Renaissance, Military, 29th Century, Women's History Surnames Vital Records Around the World
Last Updated: 2 March 2020
Free Downloads Written by the Experts at American Ancestors Have instant access to expertise from American Ancestors. Currently we are the offering the following free guides. Guide to Proving Your Mayflower Ancestry Organzing Your Resesarch Roman Catholic Resources Massachusetts Reources Guide Getting Started in Genealogy
Last Updated: 20 June 2020
Researching your family's history is called the study of genealogy. Tracing ancestry was once much more difficult than it is today; online resources have made tracing ancestry comparatively easy. Before diving in, create an outline of your family tree by filling in as many blanks as you can with names. Then, you can work to add to your family history by interviewing family members and tracking down records. Organization of your genealogical project will help you manage the large amount of data.
Last Updated: 18 August 2020
A glossary to describe diseases we no longer we use in our language.
Last Updated: 12 July 2016
Virtual Museum of Texas' Cultural Heritage for Kids & Teachers alike loaded with Resources and Special Exhibits.
Last Updated: 15 September 2015
The Atlas features nearly 300,000 site records, including data on Official Texas Historical Markers and National Register of Historic Places properties in Texas.
Last Updated: 15 September 2015
A digital portal sharing Oklahoma's rich history and cultural heritage
Last Updated: 2 March 2020
A gateway to rare, historical, and primary source materials from or about Texas.
Last Updated: 2 March 2020
Welcome to the Handbook of Texas - your source for Texas History!
Last Updated: 2 March 2020