Learn About Pacific Coast Immigration

Entrance to immigration station

Visit our Interactive Learning Center or just browse to discover your heritage, explore the cultural mosaic of our nation or learn about immigration history and current issues. Take a field trip to new Angel Island Immigration Station and Museum or the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle.

Learn where you can:

  • Explore immigration and migration history along the Pacific Coast
  • Discover the cultural mosaic of the Pacific Coast
  • Find factual information about current issues and future trends in U.S. immigration/migration
  • Locate helpful and informative immigration/migration resources
  • Connect with educational, cultural, historical and immigration service organizations
Whether you are a student, educator, researcher, or someone curious about heritage, history and culture, you can discover something of interest about Pacific Coast Immigration. Explore activity modules, stories, facts and find resources.

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Explore Activity Modules

Students learn and explore the history of immigration and migration at computers in a classroom.

People in period costumes.

Explore Stories & Facts

"Everyone mount up!" was the rousing call from Juan Bautista de Anza. In 1775-76, Anza led 240 pioneers on an epic journey.

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Find Resources

Looking for information on current immigration issues, have questions about becoming a U.S. citizen, or just finding fun places to visit.

Last updated: January 26, 2017