New column: “Ellis Island safeguards key component of U.S. history”

Wall of photographs: the faces of immigrants to the U.S. at Ellis Island

Wall of photographs: the faces of immigrants to the U.S. at Ellis Island

Recently I was lucky enough to travel to New York City with my sister and mother, to celebrate our mom’s 70th birthday. To put it mildly, we had a ball! One of the coolest, most important stops on our trip was a visit to the Statue of Liberty National Monument.

This, and more, in my newspaper column this week. I sure hope y’all enjoy it! To read, click here.

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