Warehouse for seed and grain.
A lash tied to a handle.
Pretty, light head covering.
1823 Payne & Bishop song.
Mrs. Phillip Aubrey Lawrence
Nursery rhyme wordplay on the name Elizabeth.
mica for stove windows
Chocolate frosting adds to the goodness!
1858 J. Warner song.
Rain protection for buggy.
Where I would like to be right now.
We’ll Rally Round the Flag, Boys!
Act of obtaining an object of desire.
One of the first settlers in Kingsbury Co.
Blue-and-white tableware with Chinese story paintings.
Long Winter song
Charles McKay poem.
Spice-preserved fruit decoration.
Whoop! How those eggs do smell!
Twice monthly Missouri farm periodical.
Lake Henry & Lake Thompson
100-140 gallon cask.
De Smet annual reunion.
A light scarf worn about the head and neck.
Early undertaker and owner of the first furniture store in De Smet.
A certainty, as is death.
Blade and handle used to cut oats.
A warm covering for receiving the hands.
Let’s have some pie!
The order of letters in a word. / A book of exercises on the order of letters.
Drygoods store owner, Chauncey Clayson
Paperboard used as base for decorative edging.
Sunshine for Sunday Schools hymn.
Varying area of North America, believed at times to be uninhabitable by civilized man.
Three legs (the cow has the udder).
International temperance fraternal organization.
Traditional American folk song.
Railroad car used to move a settler and/or a settler’s goods.
Husband of Mattie Masters.
Stephen Foster song.
Severe wind and heavy rain that occurs at or near the time of an equinox.
Fictional Bill O’Dowd.
Father of Laura Ingalls. He lived 1836-1902.
Baleen used in corsets.
Town on the Dakota Central R.R. between Brookings and Arlington, platted in 1879.
Hymn #52, Pure Gold for the Sunday School
Officer and President of the Chicago & NorthWestern Railway Company.
Long white sticks of chewiness.
His wife wanted Laura.
“froze stark stiff”
Bear fat hair dressing.
1842 book of verse by Anna Maria Wells.
Town in Brown Co., MN.
Prairie Song Companion
Older sister and playmate of Almanzo Wilder. She lived 1853-1892.
“The City, a Mc Kee plain glassware pattern.
Cruciferous plant grown for root and greens.
1850 Stephen Foster song.
Willie’s toy boat with animals.
Laura’s classmate in De Smet, one of the younger boys in...
Winter for seven months!
Animal horn in which gunpowder is carried.
Affixed lighting fixture.
Traditional Irish fiddle tune.
Ma & Pa’s final resting place.
Game in which items are deposited and redeemable by a sportive fine.
Parlor game in which players try to remain silent.
Superintendent of Schools, De Smet.
1879 land office town.
1868 comedic opera song.
The words of a language.
The big one between the lakes.
Walnut Grove acquaintance of the Ingallses’ in the 1870s....
Sir Walter Scott books.
Walnut Grove church friends.
Neva Whaley Harding tribute.
Shhh. There’s wheat in the wall!
Vehicle powered by steam and run on tracks.
Wm. Rogers’ “Crown” silverplate.
fiat justitia, ruat caelum…
Dough cooked in liquid.
Cold sores on hands and feet.
1845 song by Joseph W. Turner.
Variable-width handwriting script made with a flexible, pointed nib.
Early De Smet banker.
Long towel with ends sewn together, hung on a rod.
Extinct sea bird used to describe dovekie found by Charles Ingalls.
1794 Robert Burns poem.
Poem used to describe Beatrice Sorchan.
claim jumper. One who lays violent hands upon another and ousts...
This is not Mary & Edwin Sanford!
Preparation used to make things black.
Walnut Grove farming family, originally from Canada.
Ho. Ho. Ho.
Minister of the First Congregational Church of De Smet, 1880-1884.
Hymnal owned by the Ingalls family.
Laura & Almanzo stayed there!
Early homesteader north of Manchester D.T. Laura Ingalls stayed with them during the spring of 1883.
Variety of husk tomato.
“Mamabess is growing fat.”
A little store on wheels.
Tribes of arctic America and Greenland. / Snow hut.
Passed by Congress, March 3, 1873.
Ingalls precious family figurine.
Drive off chaff by wind.
Instructional and entertaining gathering.
1915 Rose Wilder Lane serial about an aviator.
Almanzo Wilder farmed here in 1879-1880.
Unleavened hard bread made from flour and water.
The act of forming a written piece.
Pastinaca edulis, a white, spindle-shaped root vegetable.
Byproduct of wine-making process, used in baking as leavening agent.
1926 Rose Wilder Lane book.
Hymn from Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
Round vessel or cask made of wooden staves.
Hand-made shelf edging.
1822 Albert Gorton Greene poem.
Harrigan & Hart minstrel show.
How Rose became a great actress.
Enclosure of posts or sticks.
17th century Irish tune.
Once upon a time, 60 years ago…
Jointed acrobat toy.
A strong twisted thread.
Smoked a pipe & grew pretty flowers.
Dessert made of apples baked in syrup and served with cream.
Egg and flour batter fried in oil into golden brown puffs.
President of Kingsbury County Bank in De Smet.
A small ax with a short handle, to be used with one hand.
Military engine used for throwing balls and other instruments of death by the force of gunpowder.
1792 Robert Burns song.
Younger sister of Laura Ingalls; she lived 1870-1946.
Butchered oxen during the Hard Winter.
A popular personification of frost.
Owner of early grocery store in De Smet.
Walnut Grove teacher 1877-78.
Walnut Grove in the 1870s.
An étagère for books & ornaments.
1860s Burke / Malone NY.
April 20 – July 10, 1885.
Popular nursery song, sung in rounds.
Sweetened cream, congealed by freezing.
Hymn 139 in Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
A very large quadruped.
Small aquatic bird.
Traditional Scottish jig.
John May’s son-in-law.
One who makes wheels and carriages.
Wetland plains tree, Populus fremontii.
Hartville, Mo. study club.
Brother of Carter Sherwood.
Friends of the Ingalls family in De Smet.
1847 Charles White song.
1817 poem by Charles Wolfe.
Applied to sores to help them heal.
Now is now. It can never be a long time ago.
n. A stake sharpened or pointed, used in fortification and...
De Smet hotel keeper.
1853 Stephen Foster song.
RWL was their namesake, my dear.
Run and jump game.
Railroad boss and his brother-in-law.
Large handkerchief with white pattern on red or blue background.
Oil used for lighting.
Name given to various American birds.
1884 song by Bingham & Malloy.
Jack will keep other animals from using it.
Kingsbury County farmer.
Instrument used to remove core sample from a vat of butter, for the sake of testing.
Hog’s flesh salted or pickled and dried, usually in smoke.
Revolving railroad platform.
Medicine used to treat malaria, made from cinchona bark.
4840 square yards of land.
Homesteading and town life.
Walnut Grove revival singer.
Game played on a board of 64 squares.
January 12, 1888, blizzard.
Straps worn for holding up pants.
Triangular end of a building under the roof.
Short bobbing feather used for hat decoration.
Poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Person who stops the train.
Blank booklet for collecting autographs or photos.
Turns wool into yarn.
1857 James Pierpont song.
Classmate of Laura Ingalls in De Smet.
Proprietor of the Exchange Hotel in De Smet, 1880-1882.
First child of Caroline and Charles Ingalls, 1865-1928; she lost her sight at age 15.
Cousin Alice Ingalls Whiting’s family.