Legislative body of a country.
n. A stake sharpened or pointed, used in fortification and...
Away Down the RIver on the O-hi-o.
A warm covering for receiving the hands.
Bent at a right angle.
A large nut, the fruit of a species of Æsculus.
Hymn from Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
The art of spelling words correctly.
Land in Ohio, given to Connecticut upon agreement to give up claim to lands in Pennsylvania.
Wm. Rogers’ “Crown” silverplate.
Dough cooked in liquid.
April 28 – June 27, 1884
Where cream rises.
Classmate of Laura Ingalls in De Smet.
Attorney and land agent in De Smet.
Sunshine for Sunday Schools hymn.
1842 Thomas Dunn English song.
the lining matched Laura’s eyes
Drygoods store owner, Chauncey Clayson
A small ax with a short handle, to be used with one hand.
Bar to attach traces to.
Sisters feuding over a lovely homeplace…and a man.
Ingallses lived here with Uncle Peter.
From Robert Herrick poem.
Mold of a foot, used in making shoes.
Mrs. Phillip Aubrey Lawrence
Uncle Peter & Aunt Eliza.
Walnut Grove church friends.
Railroad car water for drinking.
Why didn’t they fly over the creek?
Industrialist and founder of Ford Motor Company.
Village in Redwood County, Minnesota
1856 Benjamin Hamby song.
Singing school exercise
Almanzo Wilder’s childhood in Burke NY.
Knowledge and fancy preserved in writing.
Don’t be left behind!
Pa’s trouble song.
that wicked word
An instrument used for writing. / Material used to clean it after writing.
1889 song by Michael Nolan.
Hymn #22, Pure Gold for Sunday School.
De Smet Wagon Shop.
Homesteading and town life.
Caught by blizzard of ’88.
1842 “Why chime the bells so merrily?”
Laura’s schoolmate in De Smet
Proprietor of the Exchange Hotel in De Smet, 1880-1882.
1876 hymn, Beulah Land.
Play song to the tune of Yankee Doodle.
Willie’s toy boat with animals.
Pa’s brother and Laura’s uncle.
1891 Henry J. Sayers song.
A light meant to be carried.
De Smet annual reunion.
Owner of first saloon in De Smet and boarder at the Ingallses’.
Teacher and principal of the first graded school in De Smet
An étagère for books & ornaments.
Watch out for ankle grabbers!
Spirits distilled from grain.
Singing school song from The Conqueror.
Long Winter song
W-NW & W-SW 9-4N-20E of Black Hills Meridian
Walnut Grove acquaintance of the Ingallses’ in the 1870s....
Grab to open a door.
Brother of Carter Sherwood.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem.
Fine goat leather.
De Smet, D.T., 1883-1885.
Just like Ma used to make.
legal document paper
Hard Winter wheat settler
Bitter purifying medicine.
2008 horse mural composed of smaller paintings of horses,...
An aquatic flower, Iris versicolor.
April 20 – July 10, 1885.
1912 Judge & Williams song.
Hymn #85, Pure Gold for the Sunday Schools
Elizabeth Clephane poem.
Four don’t go fur…
Hymnal owned by the Ingalls family.
In the frosty mornings and the chilly evenings when they went...
Any vessel used to hold and display spoons.
Fictionalized compiler of ancient nursery rhymes.
Applied to sores to help them heal.
Ho. Ho. Ho.
Cornmeal and water, cooked.
Early De Smet residential area.
Early song brought to America from Britain.
Minister of the First Congregational Church of De Smet, 1880-1884.
Varying area of North America, believed at times to be uninhabitable by civilized man.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem.
Game in which items are deposited and redeemable by a sportive fine.
To move in a clumsy, ponderous, or noisy manner.
Medicine used to treat malaria, made from cinchona bark.
1832 Reverend Samuel F. Smith song.
Silk or blend fabric with short shag surface.
Noah’s ark toy piece.
Walnut Grove revival singer.
Early De Smet druggist.
Early De Smet liveryman.
The first man, the progenitor of the human race.
Mr. Boast’s favorite song.
Game played on a board of 64 squares.
Railroad boss and his brother-in-law.
Outdoor tagging game.
Senator from Kansas.
Hartville, Mo. study club.
Ma’s brother, married to Pa’s sister Polly.
Ira Sankey hymn.
Traditional American dance tune.
Tribes of arctic America and Greenland. / Snow hut.
Variable-width handwriting script made with a flexible, pointed nib.
Was he Edmund Mason?
Circa 1862 song by J.P.H.
Large black bird of genus Corvus.
How Rose became a great actress.
The land to which one has a right.
Ma’s brother and Laura’s uncle
A mollusk of the genus Ostrea, having a bivalve shell.
LHOP cabin was on Section 36
The Hard Winter of 1880-1881.
Cold sores on hands and feet.
Ouch! Something bit me!
Union song from American Civil War.
First President of the U.S.A.
1842 book of verse by Anna Maria Wells.
Students in the Wilkin School.
Laura and Almanzo didn’t enjoy it.
Fictional Brewster family in THGY.
Carbonized plant matter mined and used as fuel.
Poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Weekly story paper, published 1855-1898.
Poem in three parts by Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
Crocheted floor covering made of strips of cloth.
One of the younger De Smet schoolboys.
1850 Stephen Foster song.
The Ingalls family moved here in 1879.
Happy Birthday, Laura!
The order of letters in a word. / A book of exercises on the order of letters.
Arctic aquatic bird, Alle alle.
Woven cloth bug barrier.
As near as I can figure, E.J. was right.
Hymn 139 in Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
Oil used for lighting.
fiat justitia, ruat caelum…
Shelf above a fireplace.
American bittern, a member of the heron family.
Put. that. back.
Hymn #52, Pure Gold for the Sunday School
The berry of the bramble, Rubus fruticosous.
Patchwork pattern variations.
Winter for seven months!
Military engine used for throwing balls and other instruments of death by the force of gunpowder.
1869 P. Benson song.
1848 Jesse Hutchinson, Jr. song.
Narrow passageway, distinct from public street.
Myristica moschata, used as a spice.
Baleen used in corsets.
1860 Daniel Decatur Emmett song.
Durable red color, dyed with madder upon calico or woolen cloth.
Neighbors of the Ingalls family when living on their preemption claim north of Walnut Grove.
A lash tied to a handle.
ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, & CT.
Dessert made of apples baked in syrup and served with cream.
George Hartwig’s The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature.
Carriage propelled by pedals or feet.
Imitated Indian battle cry.
Traditional American folk song.
Only Ingalls home in original location.
Hymn #7, Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
Figure symbolizing the United States.
official property ownership document
Leavening agents used in baking.
1792 Robert Burns song.
Dried sauce good on biscuits.
Walnut Grove, Burr Oak, and De Smet family known by the Ingallses.
Younger sister of Laura Ingalls; she lived 1870-1946.
Let’s have some pie!
1879 land office town.
Parlor game in which players try to remain silent.
Legal agreement between nations or sovereigns.
1868 comedic opera song.
“Wake up and watch the cattle!”
Fictional Bill O’Dowd.