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FC: Immigration The story of Andrew Hebrew's Journey. {Elise' Hebrew's Journal} | This picture was taken when Andrew Hebrew and his family were off the steamboat.

1: One evening I was over my grandma Elise 's house when she told me to go into the attic for some needles and thread. I tripped and fell onto a loss board when I looked I saw an old worn down box. when I opened it I found old papers and journal entries. I started to read. | Preview | The paper's that I had found.

2: Passport Germany | I opened a book that was written in Germany.The information enclosed was all about my grandfather his full name , his date of birth and more important information.I realized that I was looking at a passport.

3: These pictures are what Elise's passport would have look like.

4: Job Application | Name: Andrew S. Hebrew Address: 1317 sickamore road Zip code: 15417 Country:Germany Previous work: Saw Mill Age: 45 College:University Preparatory School: Gymnasium

5: This is what Andrews diploma would look like.

6: Andrew and Elise decided they were going to move to America because they wanted a better life for their growing family. They didn't want to be told what to do and be forced to follow a certain religion. They traveled by steamboat but it wasn't easy to get on. once we got on the boat and went to the cargo holding rooms. We were rarely allowed on deck. | The Travel

7: The picture above is a steamboat that the Hebrew family would have rode on to America.

8: Ellis Island | Once we were off the boat we were at Ellis Island waiting to be inspected. we were all nervous to find out if we would be able to go to America or not. We were all examined by a doctor. Then we were questioned by a government official. when we were all cleared we were finally starting our new lives.

9: In the picture above is lady liberty which stands for freedom. | The star is where Andrew and his family are now living.

10: Detention Card | The detention card was used for keeping track of the people who entered The United States. You would only get a detention card if you didn't follow a police officer. You wouldn't be able to sigh any papers.

11: The picture above is what Andrew's Detention card would have looked like.

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