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Millennial Moved by Visits to New York Landmarks

As national parks traveler Mikah Meyer walked through the now-quiet halls on Ellis Island, he couldn’t stop thinking of his own family and how they had traveled to America many years ago. From 1892 to 1954, more than 12 million immigrants were processed in its bustling and often chaotic rooms, making it the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station during those years. “I was just imagining my great-grandparents coming to this country so that I could be here today and visit all...

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