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Walnut Grove, MN, undated photo.

Walnut Grove, MN, undated photo.

Hardware and two other stores in Walnut Grove, where Laura Ingalls Wilder spent most of her childhood.

Hardware and two other stores in Walnut Grove, where Laura Ingalls Wilder spent most of her childhood.

Laura INGALLS WILDER

Laura INGALLS WILDER

Study reveals the REAL reason sister Mary Ingalls from beloved 'Little House on the Prairie' series went blind as a teenager - and it WASN'T scarlet fever

Study reveals the REAL reason sister Mary Ingalls from beloved 'Little House on the Prairie' series went blind as a teenager - and it WASN'T scarlet fever

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The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886.

The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886.

The Loftus Store in De Smet, South Dakota is a historic Little House on the Prairie location.

The Loftus Store in De Smet, South Dakota is a historic Little House on the Prairie location.

Revenir au passé par des images - forum binat'na

Revenir au passé par des images - forum binat'na

Laura Ingalls Wilder Home Page | Take a guided tour through the home in Mansfield, about an hour away ...

Laura Ingalls Wilder Home Page | Take a guided tour through the home in Mansfield, about an hour away ...

Laura Elizabeth Ingalls was the second child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls and was born on February 7, 1867, in Pepin, Wisconsin. She travelled with her family, and then later with her husband, and like her father, she loved to travel and always wanted to go West. In De Smet, South Dakota she met and married Almanzo James Wilder. When Laura was teaching school twelve miles away when she was only sixteen, Almanzo came and took her back and forth each weekend behind the Morgan horses…

Laura Elizabeth Ingalls was the second child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls and was born on February 7, 1867, in Pepin, Wisconsin. She travelled with her family, and then later with her husband, and like her father, she loved to travel and always wanted to go West. In De Smet, South Dakota she met and married Almanzo James Wilder. When Laura was teaching school twelve miles away when she was only sixteen, Almanzo came and took her back and forth each weekend behind the Morgan horses…

Baby Boy Wilder; Infant son of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder 01 Aug 1889-12 Aug 1889

Baby Boy Wilder; Infant son of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder 01 Aug 1889-12 Aug 1889

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