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Visit the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, Walnut Grove, MN. and all the places she wrote about in her books.

Visit the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, Walnut Grove, MN. and all the places she wrote about in her books.

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.

The cemetary where Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family are buried.  Mansfield, MO.

El cementerio donde están enterrados Laura Ingalls Wilder y su familia. Mansfield, MO.

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.

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.

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

El edificio de ladrillo rojo de la izquierda está en el sitio de la tienda de Pa en la ciudad donde la familia sobrevivió el Largo Invierno.

Ida Wright Brown, Laura's school friend from DeSmet, who along with her beau Elmer McConnell, attended Laura and Almanzo's marriage ceremony officiated by Rev. Brown, Ida's adopted father. Later the same year, Ida and Elmer married. Ida died before Laura began writing the Little House books.

Ida Wright Brown, Laura's school friend from DeSmet, who along with her beau Elmer McConnell, attended Laura and Almanzo's marriage ceremony officiated by Rev. Brown, Ida's adopted father. Later the same year, Ida and Elmer married. Ida died before Laura began writing the Little House books.

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