Glad to live in America

Melabella

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Hello all here on BYC
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Just want to say I had a bit of a family reunion today at Ellis Island, to celebrate the 100th year anniversary since my grandparents came to this country from Sicily.

I can only imagine when after 3 weeks on the frieghter they took to get here, their ship rounded Liberty Island and they saw her standing proud, welcoming them.

I know times aren't perfect right now, and don't want to talk politics, world situations, or any thing else other than to say,

I love my country, and I love the land I live on, and I am proud to be an American tonight.

God bless you all, and yours, families, animals, and especially your chickens!

MB
 
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bargain

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Wonderful story and picture. Thanks so for sharing! My grandparents came over as well. I often wonder what the travel would have been like and the sacrifices made for them to arrive at Ellis Island. God Bless you too, MB
 

sourland

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Given the opportunity, Ellis Island should be a 'must' visit for all Americans. An awesome site filled with the spirits of those who entered our country.
 

Melabella

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So funny you mention spirits of all who passed through. I walked around wondering about the millions of stories passing through there. Here is a photo from 1912, the year my grandparents came. Some of the people were moving... alsmost making them ghosts like... What a wonderful place our country is!
 

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