The Luther House
This place is run-down and is located in the mountains. The roof is coming apart, and it is cold and drafty in the winter, but it means a lot to the family.
This place is the part of North Carolina where the family lives.
This is one of the mountains in the story, and the children often go up the mountain to gather herbs and bark.
This is another mountain near the family's home.
The Witch's Keyhole
This object is in the chimney and is said to be superstitious.
The General Store
The children travel to this place five miles from their home to buy supplies and trade the wild gold they have gathered in the mountains for money.
Someone visits another character here and asks him to marry her...
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