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Angel Island

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In the early 1900s, an immigration station on San Francisco Bay's Angel Island processed new immigrants to the United States-primarily people from Asian countries. The experience of Chinese immigrants at Angel Island, however, was different from that of other Asian or European immigrants. Many Chinese were detained before being admitted to the country; others were sent back to China. Although the immigration station closed in 1940, the island remains a testament to those who passed through in search of a better life.

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