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  • Meet Carole Limata – Author, Ellis Angels
    18
    APR

    Meet Carole Limata – Author, Ellis Angels

    June 24, 2017 on Ellis Island at 1:30 p.m.

    Carole Lee Limata, RN, MSN will host a reading and book signing of Ellis Angels, followed by a tour of the un-restored immigrant hospital, the setting used for the book! Ellis Angels is the heartwarming fiction story about the compassionate nurses of Ellis Island, the ladies-in-white, and the loving care they gave their immigrant patients at Ellis Island Hospital in the 1920s.

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  • Meet Susan Meissner, Author of A Fall of Marigolds
    28
    FEB

    Meet Susan Meissner, Author of A Fall of Marigolds

    April 29, 2017 on Ellis Island at 1:30 p.m.


    Susan Meissner will host a reading and book signing of A Fall of Marigolds, followed by a tour of the un-restored immigrant hospital, the setting used for the book!

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  • A Bricks and Mortar Story: Building Ellis Island’s Hospitals
    20
    FEB

    A Bricks and Mortar Story: Building Ellis Island’s Hospitals

    March 25, 2017 on Ellis Island at 11:30 am

    Curious about Ellis Island’s un-restored hospital buildings? Put on your work clothes, don a hard hat and join us for an engaging presentation on the architecture and construction of the unrestored historic Ellis Island buildings.

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  • On The Other Side with Save Ellis Island
    16
    OCT

    On The Other Side with Save Ellis Island

    Over the past year, Save Ellis Island has taken thousands of visitors to the south side of Ellis Island – the portion of the island closed to the general public. On these daily 90-minute guided tours, the public is immersed in the history and stories of the hospital and the 1.2 million immigrants who were treated there.

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  • The Other Side – Hard Hat Tours
    09
    OCT

    The Other Side – Hard Hat Tours

    On October 1, 2014, Save Ellis Island opened the unrestored Ellis Island Hospital to the public for a 90 minute tour. Since that time, people from all over the word have visited with us on The Other Side of Ellis Island. Over 2,000 people a month walk through the corridors, wards and utility rooms of the hospital on a journey back in time.

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  • Outdoor Recreation Shelter
    04
    OCT

    Outdoor Recreation Shelter

    Every day we meet people who ask how can they help us restore the historic buildings on Ellis Island’s south side. The answer is easy – donate. Any gift no matter how small is important and appreciated. In 2014 we opened The Ellis Island Hospital to the public for the first time in over sixty years. How did we do this? Again, the answer is easy – we did it with your donations. You are the reason we are able to take tens of thousands of visitors annually through the historic hospital buildings.

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