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 Main Road in Irons, Mi

Main Road in Irons, Mi

Eden Township

Eden Township (settled in 1877) is in the NW border of Lake County and encases the town of Irons. Irons got its start as a railway station in 1894 and is said, in 1909,  to be mapped out (platted) by A. Glen Haslett and G.E. Hilderbrand. The Irons family were early settlers, and named the town Irons after themselves.

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Eden Township Statistical Data

 

As of Census 2010:

  • Total Population: 487
    • Males: 260
    • Females: 227
      • White: 479
      • Black: 3
      • Native American: 3
      • Asian: 1
      • Two or More Races: 1
  • Total Housing Units: 867
  • Median Household Income: $26,797
  • Amount of Individuals Below Poverty Level: 35.3%
  • Number of U.S. Veterans: 61
  • Percent of High School Graduates: 77.7%
Data taken from Census Bureau via American Fact Finder