Hymn 139 in Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
Severe wind and heavy rain that occurs at or near the time of an equinox.
Oxide of calcium mixed with water and used for whitening.
Teacher and principal of the first graded school in De Smet
1860 Daniel Decatur Emmett song.
War hatchet used by American Indians.
A small cottage; a hut or small house.
Younger sister of Laura Ingalls; she lived 1870-1946.
Dried sauce good on biscuits.
Neighbors of Ingalls family in Pepin Co.
A corruption of St. Gengoulph.
Jake Zickrick’s skating partner.
Curved metal tool for fastening shoes.
An aquatic flower, Iris versicolor.
“froze stark stiff”
Walnut Grove Congregational minister and missionary in Dakota.
Straps worn for holding up pants.
1860s Burke / Malone NY.
who’s got one?
Dwelling built into the earth.
Revolving railroad platform.
1847 Charles White song.
Imitated Indian battle cry.
1842 Thomas Dunn English song.
Way down upon the Swanee River!
one seven seven ought
Curdled skim milk.
Good ones bounce!
Used by Mary Ingalls.
Applied to sores to help them heal.
Ma’s brother, married to Pa’s sister Polly.
Rise! Come forward!
Let’s have some pie!
Weekly instructional magazine for children, first published in 1827.
Jointed acrobat toy.
Rock wall enclosure.
Popular nursery song, sung in rounds.
Wetland plains tree, Populus fremontii.
1847 Steele & Winnemore song.
Fine goat leather.
De Smet druggist
Poem by Ann S. Stephens
Cousin Alice Ingalls Whiting’s family.
Bear fat hair dressing.
LIW / RWL books & articles
Mary’s had a candy poem on it!
Buy this book.
Clears the tracks.
common soil worm
Edible fatty substance made by churning cream.
The land to which one has a right.
O Du Leiber Augustin.
Mr. Edwards sings it!
Town in Brown Co., MN.
1869 P. Benson song.
In which Rose becomes a great actress.
Early drygoods store owner in De Smet.
Person who stops the train.
International temperance fraternal organization.
Used to measure air temperature.
1878 Glover & Carpenter song.
Please do not plagiarize.
Triangular end of a building under the roof.
Small aquatic bird.
Republican political newspaper.
Only Ingalls home in original location.
The point of the heavens directly overhead.
Poem used to describe Beatrice Sorchan.
From Independent Fifth Reader.
Variety of husk tomato.
Owner of first saloon in De Smet and boarder at the Ingallses’.
Fair Isle pattern.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem.
Hymn Number 150 in Pure Gold for Sunday Schools.
Four don’t go fur…
Light when the sun is 0-18 degrees below the horizon.
Aromatic, creeping evergreen, Gaultheria procumbens, having bright red berries.
David and Molly Beaton.
1841 Marion Dix Sullivan song.
1912 Judge & Williams song.
Sister of Charles Ingalls married to railroad contractor.
A semi-nomadic finch, Spiza americana.
Spice-preserved fruit decoration.
De Smet drayman and his performing sons.
4th President of the U.S.
Sisters feuding over a lovely homeplace…and a man.
Circa 1862 song by J.P.H.
Attorney and land agent in De Smet.
Early De Smet grocer.
Laura & Almanzo stayed there!
Succulent root vegetable.
Hymn from Pure Gold for the Sunday School.
Bugle-blowing, jigging uncle.
1842 “Why chime the bells so merrily?”
Legal agreement between nations or sovereigns.
Laura’s brother (1875-1876)
Don’t be left behind!
Singing school song from The Conqueror.
De Smet teacher, 1881-1882.
Byproduct of wine-making process, used in baking as leavening agent.
I bet you can spell this word.
Used to remove foam when boiling maple sap.
Wm. Rogers’ “Crown” silverplate.
Railroad car used to move a settler and/or a settler’s goods.
Family of first depot agent in De Smet.
Neva Whaley Harding tribute.
George Hartwig’s The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature.
W-NW & W-SW 9-4N-20E of Black Hills Meridian
Heather Williams book.
Fund-raising communal pot-luck meal.
Sail on, silver moon…
1856 Benjamin Hamby song.
LHOP cabin was on Section 36
Pa’s brother and Laura’s uncle.
Uncle Peter & Aunt Eliza.
Superintendent of Schools, 1883.
An étagère for books & ornaments.
Singing school exercise
Resident of Burr Oak, Iowa, during the Ingallses’ stay...
Painting at Rev. Brown’s.
n. A stake sharpened or pointed, used in fortification and...
His wife wanted Laura.
Winter for seven months!
Myristica moschata, used as a spice.
Large black bird of genus Corvus.
1823 Payne & Bishop song.
A mollusk of the genus Ostrea, having a bivalve shell.
Dough cooked in liquid.
In the frosty mornings and the chilly evenings when they went...
Nursery rhyme wordplay on the name Elizabeth.
Vehicle powered by steam and run on tracks.
Laura’s handwritten manuscript.
1794 Robert Burns poem.
Laura’s schoolmate in De Smet
…and his first Christmas tree!
1832 Reverend Samuel F. Smith song.
Straightens fibers by combing.
First child of Caroline and Charles Ingalls, 1865-1928; she lost her sight at age 15.
The order of letters in a word. / A book of exercises on the order of letters.
The railroad comes to Dakota.
Medicine used to treat malaria, made from cinchona bark.
Twice monthly Missouri farm periodical.
Town in Winneshiek County, Iowa.
Butchered oxen during the Hard Winter.
A certainty, as is death.
Sunshine for Sunday Schools hymn.
Laura’s friend and the new clerk at Ruth’s bank.
Carriage propelled by pedals or feet.
Hartville, Mo. study club.
Hard, silvery, brilliant, internal layer of several kinds of shells, particularly oysters.
Crude building paper used for covering.
Statistical registration of members of a country.
Round vessel or cask made of wooden staves.
Early hardware store owner in De Smet.
Early De Smet banker.
The metal. Or five-cent piece.
English folk song.
Proprietor of hotel in Burr Oak.
Thin, narrow board for fastening or joining.
Brother of Carter Sherwood.
Egg and flour batter fried in oil into golden brown puffs.
1789 Philip Phile march.
First President of the U.S.A.
Shhh. There’s wheat in the wall!
Figure symbolizing the United States.
You’re getting warmer…
Farming struggles in Minnesota.
Military engine used for throwing balls and other instruments of death by the force of gunpowder.
Dry quart measurements.
Harrigan & Hart minstrel show.
Village in Redwood County, Minnesota
Pa would play some of the old songs, ‘to go to sleep...
Crocheted floor covering made of strips of cloth.
Hymnal owned by the Ingalls family.
100-140 gallon cask.
Industrialist and founder of Ford Motor Company.
1844 Virginia Minstrels song.
Laura helped her sew shirts.
Mother Goose rhyme.
Hard Winter wheat settler
Hand-made shelf edging.
1865 E.M.H. Gates hymn.
1884 song by Bingham & Malloy.
Carrie recited it.
Currier & Ives print at Rocky Ridge Farm.