Category: Little House on the Prairie

Richard Fisher Donates Part of Artifact Collection to Homesites

Ohio’s Richard Fisher, who began collecting artifacts mentioned in the Little House books in the 1970s, generously donated a portion of his collection to Laura’s homesites across the country this year.

Posted in Burr Oak, De Smet -- LIWMS, Homesites, Museums and Attractions, Independence, Little House on the Prairie, LIW-Related Items, Malone, Mansfield, On the Banks of Plum Creek, Spring Valley, The First Four Years, Walnut Grove Tagged with: , , ,

A Scream in the Night

Little House in the middle of the night.

Posted in Cultural Impact, Little House on the Prairie

Dr. George Tann

Susan Thurlow shares her research about Dr. George Tann.

Posted in Independence, Little House on the Prairie, Minor Characters in Little House books, People, Uncategorized Tagged with: , , , , ,

Happy Endings…

What is your favorite happy ending?

Posted in By The Shores of Silver Lake, Farmer Boy, Little House in the Big Woods, Little House on the Prairie, Little Town on the Prairie, On the Banks of Plum Creek, The First Four Years, The Long Winter, These Happy Golden Years

You know you're "Little House" obsessed when…

Are you “Little House” obsessed? Share your story here…

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Prairie Fire

Battling a prairie fire 2011 style isn’t much different than it was in Pa and Ma’s day

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Garth Williams' "Prairie" Cover Art on Auction

Garth Williams’ cover art is on auction in Beverly Hills.

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Prairie Politics

Some interesting thoughts on the politics of Little House on the Prairie can be found over at Wuthering Expectations today. Your thoughts?

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Kids Think the Darnedest Things…

One day when Pa was hunting, two Indians came. They came into the house, because Jack was chained. Those Indians were dirty and scowling and mean. They acted as if the house belonged to them. One of them looked through

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Experiencing the Music of the Little House Books

Have you always enjoyed the music of the Little House?

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