Barry Moreno

Librarian and Historian, Statue of Liberty National Monument

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Librarian and historian at the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Immigration Museum; author of several books, including the illustrated Encyclopedia of Ellis Island

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Speaking on immigration reform yesterday, President Obama invoked the Statue of Liberty and Emma Lazarus, whose famous  poem  beckons immigrants to American shores.

Emma Lazarus and the Statue of Liberty

Speaking on immigration reform yesterday, President Obama invoked the Statue of Liberty and Emma Lazarus, whose famous poem beckons immigrants to American shores.

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