Hall of Presidents Proposed for Ellis Island
Government to finance, state to administer
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The United States government has announced plans to finance and build a “Hall of Presidents” on Ellis Island. The project, which is estimated to cost $100 million, will be administered by the state of New York.
The idea for the project was first proposed by historian John Adams in 1998. Adams, who is the author of The Presidents of the United States: A History, said that the project would be “a great way to honor the men who have served as our nation’s leaders.”
The project will include a museum and a research center. The museum will feature exhibits on the presidents, their families, and their administrations. The research center will be devoted to the study of the presidency.
Adams said that the project would be “a great way to educate the American people about the presidency and the history of our country.” He added that the project would also be “a great way to bring people from all over the world to Ellis Island.”
The government has not yet announced when the project will be completed.
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