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On a dreary day in March of 2014 we took a road trip to Mansfield Missouri to visit the home of Laura Ingalls and Almanzo James Wilder. Laura called this pla...

On a dreary day in March of 2014 we took a road trip to Mansfield Missouri to visit the home of Laura Ingalls and Almanzo James Wilder. Laura called this pla.

The Ingalls dugout home in Walnut Grove. Many KS pioneers made homes just like this one. Lewis Huddle & family, (the man who built our house) lived across the road from here in a dugout while building this house & farmstead buildings.

An unidentified family in front of their dugout, presumably near McCook, Nebraska, about

A replica of the log cabin where Laura Ingalls Wilder was born.   ~Laura Ingalls Wilder was born on February 7, 1867 in a small cabin seven miles north of Pepin, Wisconsin.  She spent her early childhood living here with her Ma, Pa and sisters in the Big Woods

Little House in the Big Woods - Pepin, WI (birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder on February Pepin celebrates her life every September with traditional music, craft demonstrations, a "Laura look-alike" contest, a spelling bee & other events.

What people believe to be an accurate representation of Laura Ingalls Wilder's engagement ring!

What people believe to be an accurate representation of Laura Ingalls Wilder's engagement ring!I would LOVE a ring like this, but not as a wedding ring!

Laura would ask Pa to "play for Mary" while she was away at college. He would play this song for Mary in her absence. Then he would play what everyone else wanted to hear.

Wilder Wednesday – Highland Mary

Laura would ask Pa to "play for Mary" while she was away at college. He would play this song for Mary in her absence. Then he would play what everyone else wanted to hear.

Caroline Lake Quiner Ingalls -  Birth: 	Dec. 12, 1839 Death: 	Apr. 20, 1924  Folk and literary figure. Born the fifth of seven children of Henry and Charlotte Tucker Quiner in Brookfield, Wisconsin. At sixteen, she started as a teacher, but married Charles Ingalls in February of 1860 effectively ending her career. She followed her husband through numerous moves and settled in more than half a dozen homes before she extracted a promise from her husband that their next move would be their…

Caroline Lake Quiner Ingalls - Mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House books.

Letter from Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls Wilder's Gingerbread recipe, attached in a letter to Ursula Nordstrom:)

Extraordinary because it was the farmhouse home of Laura Ingalls Wilder when she died at age 90.

Extraordinary because it was the farmhouse home of Laura Ingalls Wilder when she died at age

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