Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation

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Family History and Reunion Day

Join us on the island at our annual Family History/Reunion Day July 11! We have a great lineup of speakers on Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Jewish, Russian, Filipino, and Indian family history!

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Three People Videos Premiere

Take a look at the videos from our 3 People project where high school students made films based on their interviews with elders on their immigration experiences.  These heartfelt, well-crafted short films capture the fears, motivations and challenges the seniors faced in leaving their homelands.

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Join our caring community of donors - Pacific Passages Circle

Help us in our efforts to lift unheard voices and stories of Pacific Coast immigration.

 

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Restoration of the Public Health Service Hospital

During the hospital’s operation from 1910 to 1940, thousands of patients were inspected and treated there. Understanding its history sheds new light on the evolution of public health policies, yet its exhibits will celebrate the voices of the West Coast immigrants who passed through its doors.

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Featured Immigrant Voices Story

Virtual Tour of Angel Island Immigration Station




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Year of Arrival 1900

Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation (AIISF) raises awareness of the experience of Immigration into America through the Pacific. AIISF collects and preserves the rich stories and personal journeys of thousands of immigrants, and shares them with visitors and everyone living in America through education initiatives and public programs.   Angel Island Immigration Station reminds us of the complicated history of immigration in America.  It serves as a symbol of our willingness to learn from our past to ensure that our nation keeps its promise of liberty and freedom.

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