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The Iron House

The Iron house is located on Iron family property on the Ojibwe Indian Reservation. Settled in the 1840s by Wolfred and the first LaRose, the land became home to four children between the two, as well as a small cabin which became the basis for the larger house the Irons know today. The Iron house is where Landreaux and Emmaline have married and raise four biological and one adopted child (Hollis, Coochy, Josette, Snow, and LaRose). The Iron house is where LaRose comes to stay in alternating months as Ojibwe tradition maintains he be given to the Raviches in the stead of their lost son. As time passes, the Iron house becomes a second home to Maggie as well, and later serves as a place of union for both families through Hollis’s graduation and LaRose’s gifts.

The Ravich House

The Ravich house is located...

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