Friday, May 27, 2022

Historic hospital at Angel Island Immigration Station opens to public


Angel Island in San Francisco Bay was the place of the detention of many Chinese immigrants beginning in the late 1800s.   As reported in the San Francisco Chronicle, a new museums is in Angel Island State Park. It tells a story of immigration to the Pacific Coast.

The Angel Island Immigration Museum opened in January. It is located inside a former U.S. Public Service hospital built over 100 years ago.  The 10,000-square-foot museum is part of the 15-acre Immigration Station, which operated on the island between 1910 to 1940, in the northeast corner of the island.  The hospital just opened to the public,



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