New York Harbor Symbolism

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Of the two exceptionally typical parcels in New York harbor, the more evident symbol is the Statue of Liberty; the woman epitomizes each foreigner's fantasy of America. In any case, I'll take Ellis Island—that is a symbol with its feet truly. Half the general population now living in America can follow their family line to the 12 million men and ladies and kids who entered the nation there. predominantly somewhere around 1892 and 1924. "It's their Plymouth Rock," says M. Ann Belkov, director of the National Park Service's Immigration Museum, which involves the unmistakable red block building, now liberally restored, where the migrants were prepared. "Vacationers who come here are strolling in their families' strides," Belkov let me know. "Three
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