The red brick building on the left is on the site of Pa's store in town where the family survived the Long Winter.

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Laura Ingalls Wilder recipe for dumplings. "Ma had cooked an especially good supper because they had company. There was stewed jack rabbit with white-flour dumplings and plenty of gravy. There was a steaming-hot, thick cornbread flavored with bacon fat. There was molasses to eat on the cornbread…" -Little House on the Prairie

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Laura Ingalls Wilder...

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Laura Ingalls Wilder birthplace: reconstruction of the Little House in the Big Woods on the actual land owned by Charles and Caroline Ingalls at the time of Laura's birth. Located about 7 mi from Pepin, Wi.

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Laura Ingalls Wilder Books

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Carrie, Mary & Laura Ingalls...

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Ma & Pa Ingalls...

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printable map of Laura Ingalls Wilder travels and homes

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Laura's desk

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Laura Ingalls Wilder and Almanzo Wilder...

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Laura & Almanzo Wilder, 1940.

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The actual cottonwood trees planted by Pa (Charles Ingalls) in the book On The Banks of Plum Creek. Near Walnut Grove, MN. Beautiful photo!

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