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Laura Ingalls Wilder home in Burr Oak, Iowa. She never wrote about her family's years here. It was a sad time, a baby boy was born to her parents & died here.

Fall 1876 - Laura Ingalls Wilder home in Burr Oak, Iowa. She never wrote about her family's years here. It was a sad time, a baby boy was born to her parents & died here.

A replica of the homestead built by Charles Ingalls near DeSmet, SD, is  located on the original Ingalls homestead.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Homestead in DeSmet SD---for all you Little House Fans---if you are ever near DeSmet, visit this. beautiful views and also many of the buildings resemble the ones on Little House on the Prairie

Little House Wayside, birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pepin, WI

Little House in the Big Woods--A replica of the house Laura was born in, February Near Pepin, Wisconsin

The house where Kurt Vonnegut wrote Slaughterhouse Five Iowa City, Iowa

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This house reminds me of the home of my best friend's grandfather which is located in Milford, Penn. THis one though, was where Kurt Vonnegut wrote Slaughterhouse Five.

Charles Ingalls made the frames for for the stained glass windows in this DeSmet, South Dakota church.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, DeSmet, SD — My World Tuesday

Family: Charles Ingalls made the frames for for the stained glass windows in this DeSmet, South Dakota church.

Explore The Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Museum and Home

Explore The Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Museum and Home

Laura and Almanzo with their dog Nero, the Rock House their daughter Rose built for them, Rocky Ridge Farm.

Laura Ingalls Wilder, her husband Almanzo and their dog Nero at Rocky Ridge Farm in Mansfield, Missouri, in the early when Laura was writing the Little House books. Sitcam of the and Little House on the Praire.

The home of Almanzo's parents James and Angeline Wilder in Minnesota, where they settled after leaving Malone, NY

Homestead of James & Angeline Wilder, Spring Valley, MN. I had lived in Spring Valley for 5 years and had no idea this house was there but the church is still there as a museum now.

A reconstruction of the Little House in the Big Woods, built on land owned by Charles & Caroline Ingalls (Pa & Ma) is located seven miles north of Pepin on County Road CC. The Little House Wayside is cared for by the Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society of Pepin and is open year-round for self-guided tours.

Laura Ingalls Wilder - Little House in the Big Woods - Pepin, Wisconsin

Replica of the Dug Out House where Laura Ingalls Wilder lived with her family. On The Banks of Plum Creek.

Replica of the Dug Out House where Laura Ingalls Wilder lived with her family. On The Banks of Plum Creek. This is the story of Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Monument: The spot on the hill where Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family lived on the prairie.

Monument: The spot on the hill where Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family lived on the prairie.

Young Stella Gilbert Sasser, one of three girls that were Laura's real life inspiration for Nellie Oleson (Stella=These Happy Golden Years)

Young Stella Gilbert Sasser, one of three girls who were Laura's real life inspiration for Nellie Oleson (Stella=These Happy Golden Years)

Cap Garland  who rove thru the blizzard with Almanzo to get wheat for the starving town in The Long Winter.

Cap Garland who rove thru the blizzard with Almanzo to get wheat for the starving town in The Long Winter.

The Masters Hotel in Burr Oak, Iowa. This is where the Ingalls family lived at the time Pa was in charge of running the hotel

The Masters Hotel in Burr Oak, Iowa. This is where the Ingalls family lived at the time Pa was in charge of running the hotel. Laura did not include the time spent in Iowa in her Little House books.

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