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Trundlebed Tales host Sarah S. Uthoff will look at Laura Ingalls Wilder and other classic children's literature and social history including historic foodways and one-room schools.

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Host Sarah S. Uthoff will give an update of her trip to Walnut Grove this summer. She'll cover the changes at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and the Laura Ingalls Wilder pageant. Be sure to keep up with the Ingalls in Walnut Grove,... more

This is the roving report that I didn't get to make from LauraPalooza, the national conference of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association. I'll take you through the conference and what it was like for me to attend. I hope it will... more

Come check in what's going on with Laura Ingalls fandom this July.

Join host Sarah Uthoff as she talks with Larissa Mrozek and Christine Nessler of the Mankato Convention and Visitors Center as we check in on all the things to do in Mankato. Mankato will be the host city for the LauraPalooza conference in... more

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff and Julie Lang as they discuss Lang's one-room school program in Marshalltown, Iowa. One of the most historically correct one-room school programs in America, Lang designed most of it. Hear her views on... more

Following up on the Laura Ingalls Wilder Patch episode, this time I'll talk about the Adult Laura Ingalls Wilder day we did as a follow up. I was very sorry we never got a chance to repeat it at Ushers Ferry, but everyone who attended... more

Have you ever been to a living history museum? Do you know how to act when someone in first person talks to you? Where can you find living history sites? How can you get involved with living history? Learn about the regional and national... more

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff as she gives a run down on what's going on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom this month.

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff and the lady who actually wrote the book about Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane's time in San Francisco, California, Trini Wenninger. Locations and descriptions of the places Rose lived, knew, and... more