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Total Time: 10 minutes   Yield: 1 serving
Level: Easy   
Directions: Heat pastrami and thinly slice. Spread mustard on both top and bottom slices of rye bead. Layer pastrami on 1 slice of bread.and top with the other slice. Garnish with pickle. More»
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May 11, 2017 ... Ellis Island Immigrants Backs. Ellis Island Immigrants Family. Ellis Island Immigrants. Large Hall Flag. Poignant Ellis Island Photos That Convey The Hope And Hardship Of Coming To America. View Gallery. After scraping together whatever money they could, packing their entire lives into bags and trunks, ...


Oct 24, 2015 ... America's diversity captured in photos of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island.


Explore Jen J. 's board "Coming to America" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Ellis island immigrants, Vintage photographs and Vintage photography.


Ellis Island was the gateway for more than 12 million immigrants who passed through its doors seeking a better future in America, from 1892 to 1954. The rich tapestry of cultures and nationalities who entered the new world there are revealed in these timeless photos taken between 1902-1913. The photographs, from the ...


Selected images from the holdings of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division on the subject of the Ellis Island and Immigration, ca. 1880- 1920.


Feb 10, 2017 ... A 100-year-old article from National Geographic argued against the Immigration Act of 1917 and featured these pictures of "our foreign-born citizens."


An AfricanAmerican family leaving Florida during the Great Depression. RF. visa background. RF. American Flag. ED. Algerian immigrants disembarking at Marseille's harbour France in 1954 Algerian immigration to France doubled from 1954. ED. S Border Patrol agents detain undocumented immigrants after they crossed ...


Learn about immigration on Ellis Island in this interactive, virtual tour. Facts about immigration, pictures of Ellis Island, oral histories, and videos help explain the immigration process to kids.


These images of people wearing their folk costumes were taken by amateur photographer Augustus Sherman who worked as the Chief Registry Clerk on Ellis Island from 1892 until 1925. The people in the photographs were most likely detainees who were waiting for money, travel tickets or someone to come and collect ...