Please do not plagiarize.
Probate Judge, VP of Temperance Society, and first director of De Smet school board.
In 1880-1881, a long, severe, blinding, and bitterly cold snowstorm.
Weekly family newspaper of the Congregational church.
A mollusk of the genus Ostrea, having a bivalve shell.
Long Winter song
Four don’t go fur…
Fictionalized compiler of ancient nursery rhymes.
Laura’s handwritten manuscript.
Norma Lee Browning article about Rose Wilder Lane.
How Rose became a great actress.
Isaac Watts hymn.
Did Eliza Jane sell fruit to these soldiers?
Large handkerchief with white pattern on red or blue background.
Early hardware store owner in De Smet.
Spirits distilled from grain.
1884 song by Bingham & Malloy.
Senator from Kansas.
When Marshalled on the Nightly Plane
Shelf above a fireplace.
Kingsbury County farmer.
A kind of un-fermented bread, formed into flat cakes, and baked.
“froze stark stiff”
Hartville, Mo. study club.
Butchered oxen during the Hard Winter.
A streak of silver on the horizon.
1876 hymn, Beulah Land.
Container to save strands of hair in.
1847 Steele & Winnemore song.
Popular nursery song, sung in rounds.
Now is now. It can never be a long time ago.
The Man of the Place
January 12, 1888, blizzard.
Short bobbing feather used for hat decoration.
Clears the tracks.
seventhwinter whimsey’s glass slide pendants!
Cold sores on hands and feet.
How you level a railroad grade.
Laura’s best friend in De Smet
Weekly story paper, published 1855-1898.
Curdled skim milk.
1700s Isaac Watts hymn.
1878 Glover & Carpenter song.
Proprietor of hotel in Burr Oak.
A corruption of St. Gengoulph.
Grab to open a door.
A little store on wheels.
Laura teaches and falls in love.
Egg and flour batter fried in oil into golden brown puffs.
Neva Whaley Harding tribute.
1879 Will Thompson song.
Poem by Ann S. Stephens
Stores ice blocks in warm weather.
Large black bird of genus Corvus.
Let’s have some pie!
Heather Williams book.
who’s got one?
1912 Judge & Williams song.
1857 James Pierpont song.
George Hartwig’s The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature.
Expression used at the end of prayers.
Heat makes it burst & it’s tasty.
Area eroded by wind & water.
Bean porridge cold…
Medicine used to treat malaria, made from cinchona bark.
Sisters feuding over a lovely homeplace…and a man.
Collection of works by Written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson,...
1760s Augustus Toplady hymn.
1855 poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
April 20 – July 10, 1885.
Dried sauce good on biscuits.
Kingsbury County prairie pothole lake.
De Smet D.T. in the 1880s.
Mrs. Phillip Aubrey Lawrence
One who is legally bound to another to learn a trade or art.
Wheeled frame for the shoe.
1847 Charles White song.
Laura’s friend and the new clerk at Ruth’s bank.
Instrument used by lumbermen to move logs.
A light scarf worn about the head and neck.
Sweetened milk and eggs, cooked.
The big one between the lakes.
Seeds of the flowering plant Eriogonum used as a grain.
1852 song by H.S. Thomson.
Industrialist and founder of Ford Motor Company.
Variety of husk tomato.
Song from The Conqueror.
Almanzo Wilder farmed here in 1879-1880.
Variety of printing type.
Act of obtaining an object of desire.
Hymn #22, Pure Gold for Sunday School.
1823 Payne & Bishop song.
Hair above the lip.
Snow plowed into a field.
1794 Robert Burns poem.
Prairie Song Companion
Ma & Pa’s final resting place.
Used to measure air temperature.
Sir Walter Scott books.
fiat justitia, ruat caelum…
1829 Sir Walter Scott air.
A strong twisted thread.
Laura’s brother (1875-1876)
Laura helped her sew shirts.
Pa’s trouble song.
Question & answer book of religious doctrine.
Printer and De Smet newspaper owner.
Ornament worn on clothing.
1880 Joseph Skelley song.
A flexible, slender twig or branch used as a band for tying.
Early De Smet liveryman.
Aunt Docia’s pretty collar pin.
Ouch! Something bit me!
1889 song by Michael Nolan.
Florence Wilkin’s father.
Dough cooked in liquid.
Land in Ohio, given to Connecticut upon agreement to give up claim to lands in Pennsylvania.
Round vessel or cask made of wooden staves.
1848 Jesse Hutchinson, Jr. song.
Cousin Alice Ingalls Whiting’s family.
1844 Virginia Minstrels song.
LHOP cabin was on Section 36
Harrigan & Hart minstrel show.
Walnut Grove Congregational minister and missionary in Dakota.
Legislative body of a country.
Quit crying, Howard.
Early homesteader north of Manchester D.T. Laura Ingalls stayed with them during the spring of 1883.
Hand-made shelf edging.
Turns wool into yarn.
1868 comedic opera song.
1842 book of verse by Anna Maria Wells.
Spice-preserved fruit decoration.
Laura and Almanzo didn’t enjoy it.
Place for a china shepherdess.
Mold of a foot, used in making shoes.
Vehicle powered by steam and run on tracks.
Traditional American dance tune.
Why didn’t they fly over the creek?
A small, pointed piece of wood, used in fastening.
Hymn #52, Pure Gold for the Sunday School
1799 Robert Burns songs, favorite of Mary Ingalls.
De Smet tailor.
1842 “Why chime the bells so merrily?”
1865 Harrison Millard song.
Durable red color, dyed with madder upon calico or woolen cloth.
A heavy draft horse originally from the Brabant region of...
Railroad contractor who inspired a song.
1869 book by Lizzie Bates about a young boy growing up in Scotland.
Caught by blizzard of ’88.
Tree of the genus Salix.
Deep orange-red gemstone.
Metal shoe protector.
Pioneer method by which dried grass is formed into compact...
1871 J.C. Beckel song.
Used by Mary Ingalls.
Animal horn in which gunpowder is carried.
Hymn 139 in Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
Twice monthly Missouri farm periodical.
Legal agreement between nations or sovereigns.
1792 Robert Burns song.
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s memoir.
Abandoned cemetery off Playhouse Road.
Walnut Grove revival singer.
Frame worn on the neck for lifting or drawing.
Youngest sister of Laura Ingalls; she lived 1877-1941.
Walnut Grove teacher 1877-78.
A large nut, the fruit of a species of Æsculus.
1858 J. Warner song.
Leavening agents used in baking.
De Smet hotel keeper.
Blade and handle used to cut oats.
Crocheted floor covering made of strips of cloth.
De Smet teacher, 1881-1882.
His wife wanted Laura.
To move in a clumsy, ponderous, or noisy manner.
A popular personification of frost.
Only Ingalls home in original location.
Husband of Mattie Masters.
One of the younger boys in school.
Game of hiding and surprise to amuse a small child.
Mr. Boast’s favorite song.
Silk or blend fabric with short shag surface.
The Ingalls family moved here in 1879.
Early harness maker in De Smet.
Just like Ma used to make.
Small aquatic bird.
Fine goat leather.
100-140 gallon cask.
Three legs (the cow has the udder).
Walnut Grove church friends.