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Ellis Island

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishEllis IslandˈEllis ˌIsland  a small island close to New York City, which for over 50 years(1892–43) was the main centre for dealing with people arriving in the US who wanted to settle in the country as immigrants. Millions of people, mostly from Europe, passed through Ellis Island to become US citizens.
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