One Sister have I in our house -
Dickinson is referring to her sister Lavinia, as opposed to her sister-in-law Susan Gilbert, mentioned in the next line. The “house” is the Dickinson Homestead or Dickinson House in Amherst, Massachusetts, now part of the Emily Dickinson Museum.
Whatever you call it, Emily didn’t leave it much.
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