Angel Island is a wonderful natural resource, rich in California history. Take a short ferry ride and journey into the island’s historical and cultural past while surrounded by panoramic views of the City and the Golden Gate Bridge. In 1850, Angel Island was declared a military reserve. During the Civil War, the island was fortified to defend the Bay from a possible attack by Confederate forces. In the early 19th century, new arrivals to the U.S. entering the port of San Francisco were processed through a new immigration station on Angel Island - now known as the Ellis Island of the West.
Please register by March 25th.