Essays on island of the blue dolphins

But even the rehabilitation of Ellis Island has not been without controversy. Some worry that the idea of America as a “nation of immigrants,” embodied by the rebirth of Ellis Island and its newfound role as a national shrine, leaves out Americans who did not come to America voluntarily or who were already here before European settlement. Other critics of the “shrinification” of Ellis Island worry that the celebration of Ellis Island and those immigrants who passed through it can end up glorifying older immigrants and unfairly comparing them to newer immigrants.

Essays on island of the blue dolphins

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