Island of tears John I. Tay and the story of Pitcairn by Herbert Ford

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Published by Pacific Press Pub. Assoc. in Boise, Idaho .

Written in English

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StatementHerbert Ford.
SeriesHall of faith series
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LC ClassificationsMLCS 96/11738 (B)
The Physical Object
Pagination79 p. ;
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2224417M
ISBN 100816308845
LC Control Number89063384

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Brownstone, Irene M. Franck, and Douglass Brownstone, the history of Ellis Island comes to life through stories told by immigrants and the workers in their own words.

This book explores the reasons why people left their home countries and the special role that Ellis Island played in their by:   Island of Hope, Island of Tears tells the stories of these immigrants-largely in the words of the extraordinary men, women, and children who made the epic journey to America through the portals of Ellis Island.

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Pitcairn Island, the final port of the infamous Bounty mutineers, became Tay’s goal and passion in life. Because of this passion and his own love for God, Tay pioneered Seventh-day Adventism on Pitcairn Island and throughout the islands of the South Pacific.

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The immigrant experience has slipped into the mainstream of American consciousness and folklore, and these interviews with two dozen immigrants who passed through Ellis Island between and the late s add nothing to the familiar tale.

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Though Ellis was the island of hope for most immigrants, for those unfortunate souls turned away from the golden door, it was the island of tears.

During the most active period of immigration at Ellis Island, aboutpeople were denied admission to the U.S. Ellis Island has great symbolic importance to millions of Americans.

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