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El punto en la colina donde Laura y su familia vivían en la pradera

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

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 Birth site near Pepin. Laura Days mid-Sept each year

Charles Ingalls planted these four cottonwood trees in 1880 when the family lived on this homestead, a few miles outside of De Smet, South Dakota.

Charles Ingalls planted these four cottonwood trees in 1880 when the family lived on this homestead, a few miles outside of De Smet, South Dakota.

Death certificate, Laura Ingalls Wilder

Geocaching - The Official Global GPS Cache Hunt Site Death certificate, Laura Ingalls Wilder

Walnut Grove

Little House on The Prairie, Walnut Grove & Playing on the Banks of Plum Creek

Ma Ingalls' sister, Eliza who was married to Pa's brother Peter.  Either side of her are her SIL Arthur Whiting and her daughter (Laura's double cousin) Alice Ingalls Whiting.

Ma Ingalls' sister, Eliza who was married to Pa's brother Peter. Either side of her are her SIL Arthur Whiting and her daughter (Laura's double cousin) Alice Ingalls Whiting.

View of Plum Creek from the Dug Out side. Probable sight of the Ingalls foot bridge.

View of Plum Creek from the Dug Out side. Probable site of the Ingalls foot bridge.

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.

Newspaper clipping on Mary Ingalls death..

Ingalls Family Album Little House Prairie Laura Wilder w/ Free bookmark w/photos

Laura Ingalls Wilder's hometown by omerka

Grave marker of Caroline Ingalls. Caroline Ingalls, born Caroline Lake Quiner, was the mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House books.