1: We arrived at Elis Island New York on October 18, 1924. | We arrived at Elis Island New York on October 18, 1924. I never have seen so many jews packed together in one place before.
3: We moved from Tel Aviv, Israel because my father was afraid of Soviet society.
5: The lines were packed with more than 200,000 people, many people were sea sick, babies were crying, people were hungary and thirsty, but my father read to us from the prayer book to distract us from what was happening.
7: We made a lot of friends, our plan was to come together with other jewish immigrants to form an aid societies.
9: The first meal we got was fish and milk, big pitchers of milk, and white bread. I was happy because I finally got something to eat.
11: I remember that the Doctors use to interrogate us wore uniforms. Uniforms are what we were afraid of because if they found anything wrong with us, they would deport us.