Ellis Island Quarantine, NY: Deaths in Quarantine, 1909-1911

Flying the Quarantine flag

Deaths in Quarantine, 1909-1911


The Layout of Ellis Island


The Forgotten of Ellis Island Database

Search the Database

My Search for Apollonia Spiegel

Quarantine Station for Ellis Island and the Port of New York Photographs and Pictures

Sign the Guestbook!

Some Resources to Use in Tracing Your Immigrant Ancestors

A Short Bibliography for Quarantine and Ellis Island

Repositories or Archives

Links to More Sites related to Quarantine and Immigration

The original Ellis Island was a smaller portion of what today is called Island 1 of the three islands which constitute Ellis Island. The aerial photo below shows the three islands with their numerical designations. In the photo, the space between Islands 2 and 3 is water which was later filled in during the 1930s. The Main Immigration building, which is open to the public today, the Wall of Immigrants and the public gardens are all located on Island 1.

Aerial view of Ellis Island showing the three islands


The map of the island(s) below shows the amount in green of the origial natural island. Everything beyond that green area is artifical and was man-made.


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