how it opened
It was named for a Manhattan merchant Samuel Ellis that owned it in the 1770s. Around 1810, New York sold the island to the federal government. The immigration center opened in 1892. it serve as an immigration center for a very long time, or about after World War II. It passed different cultures everyday and thousands of them. Ellis Island closed and became a very historical site to America and even other countries who's ancestors came to America during that period of time.
What Happend There
could stay in Ellis island until they got better and would be examined once more to decide if they should get sent back finally or go to America