No Country For Corrie | U.S. Immigration | 1840's to present | U.S. History
9-year-old Michael Corrie, a refugee from England, takes the ferry to Ellis Island in New York during World War II, 1941. Evacuated from Bedford, Corrie arrived in New York without an entry visa, since his father had forgotten to give it to him.
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