Freedman, Russell. Angel Island: Gateway to Gold Mountain. Houghton Mifflin/Clarion 2014 81p $17.99 ISBN 978-0-547-90378-1 ms/hs History E-BN
Freedman has another nonfiction winner in Angel Island, the story of the immigration station that held Asian immigrants in the San Francisco Bay from 1910 to 1940. Numerous images and quotes bring to life the experiences of the half-a-million people who passed through the station. By 1970 the station had fallen into disrepair until it was saved as a historical site by a park ranger and the local Asian community.
Summary: This is the story of Angel Island Immigration Station, where Asian immigrants were held in San Francisco Bay from 1910 to 1940.
Chinese Americans --Stephanie Pennucci