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The last families of Isle Royale series

The Duluth News Tribune's three-part series on families that still have cabins within Isle Royale National Park.

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Carla Anderson, from the left, Nancy Ousley, and Paul Stariha visit on the front steps of the main cabin on Johnson Island in Isle Royale National Park on Aug. 2, 2021. The Johnson and Anderson families have ties to the island dating back to the 1890s, with Carla Anderson’s great-uncle spending a winter on the island around 1915 to get a homestead patent. Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune
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