From 1865 to 1900, a diverse and enormous amount of immigrants, mostly from Eastern & Southern Europe, traveled to America. Approximately 27.5 million immigrants from nations such as Italy, Germany, Russia, Greece, Sweden, and Norway. Many Jewish, Mormon, Catholic, and other non-protestant people traveled to America as well. Those who made the trans-Atlantic voyage were processed in Ellis Island, NY. Those who traveled to the U.S. via the Pacific Ocean were processed in Angel Island, CA.