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Edwin Levick

Ellis Island

Between 1900 and 1914, European immigrants, like those arriving at Ellis Island in New York City, came at a rate of over one million a year. But in 1915, 198,000 had arrived and a year later, only 146,000 while the total number of immigrants was under 300,000. By 1918, only 31,000 Europeans had come and almost as many had left the country.

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Image ID: 416751
Title: Passed and waiting to be taken off Ellis Island.
Source: Photographs of Ellis Island, 1902-1913.
Name: Levick, Edwin (1869-1929) - Photographer
Name: Williams, William (1862-1947) - Collector
Created: 1902-1913
Location: Manuscripts and Archives Division, Humanities and Social Sciences Library
Subjects: Ellis Island Immigration Station (N.Y. and N.J.)
United States -- Emigration and immigration

Keywords: Ellis Island
European Immigration
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