De Smet Tour

Little Town on the Prairie Virtual Tour

Welcome to our blog series featuring the history of each building in De Smet. We hope you enjoy learning about Laura’s connections to De Smet. Think of these posts as a virtual walking tour of “The Little Town on the Prairie.”

Historic Homes Tour

The following posts showcase homes that visitors can tour at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society:

6 comments on “De Smet Tour

  1. topa says:

    This blog is such a great idea. I loved watching the series when I was little! 🙂

  2. Lynda says:

    I have all the series of Little House on the Prairie right up to the time when they were forced to give up their land to the railroad people and I love watching Little House on the Prairie no matter how many times today it It was on,I love watching the repeat over and over and over again because I would always see something different that I never noticed before ,

  3. my grand father Robert ward nall built the little house on the prarie with a hand saw hamer and square nails and pegs. I heard him talk about what a wonderfull lady rose wilder was.
    charlotte honey brown.
    503 red tail ct.
    whitewater Colorado
    I did have some pictures but they got lost through the years and all of our moves

    • deananall says:

      Charlotte, are you talking about the farmhouse at Rocky Ridge in Mansfield? Was your grandfather the Mr. Nall Laura mentions in “West from Home?” I am also a Nall and I’ve always wondered about him and who he was.

  4. Carolyn says:

    Thank you for sharing such fascinating information. Great series!

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