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Is your Ellis Island "immigration journey" from your website actually printed in the guide?
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Yes, the Immigration Journey page of the Ellis Island section of our website is also printed in our guide to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. We've updated the page to reflect the information that is included in the most recent edition of the guide.

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