According to elliisisland.com, from 1892 - 1924, 12 million people were processed through Ellis Island
over 12 million immigrants passed through Ellis island.
8,687 people were detained on Ellis Island
8,687 people were detained on Ellis island for bad health!
Many thousands of Irish people came through Ellis Island when it opened in 1892. For the most part it is was bureaucratic experience but not all that unpleasant. Most Irish people came to the US before Ellis Island opened.
20 Million immigrants passed through Ellis Island before its closing in 1954
12 million immigrants passed from Ellis Island into the US
About three thousand people died there. It is a small amount, considering that 12 million people went through.
Between 1880 and 1920 around 2251 people went through on a normal day
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Yes, many Germans arrived through Ellis Island. Many of the people we would identify as German would have given specific German states as their home country (e.g. Prussia, Bavaria, etc.) More Germans likely arrived through Castle Clinton in New York, as Ellis Island was not yet in use when huge numbers of Germans arrived in the 1860 - 1890 period.
Nearly two million people a year
There isn't an exact number of people that passed through the Angel Islands. They passed through the Ellis Islands too, and were mostly Chinese.
355 babies were born in Ellis island
Ellis island grew because of so many immigrants passing to that island it was a island of hope
Over 10 thousands
there was 4000 thousands of people on a ship