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Pattern and organization

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Click on the player above to hear the audio lesson. To download the lesson, right-click  (PC) or control-click (Mac)  here , and save the file to your desktop. Overview: Patterns of Organization Welcome to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Did you know that at the turn of the  twentieth century, many European immigrants migrated to the United States? Their  hopes and dreams were not unlike those of the Pilgrims who preceded them by three  hundred years. Before they reached land, these immigrants would catch a glimpse of the Statue of  Liberty in New York Harbor. A gift from the people of France, Lady Liberty is a symbol of  the freedoms Americans enjoy.  The immigrants arrived on boats, which ranged from cattle boats to luxury liners. Their  journeys were long and arduous, sometimes taking fifteen to twenty days depending on  the ocean conditions. When they reached land, they were transported to Ellis Island, 
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