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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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Welcome to our third annual on air birthday celebration for author and pioneer Laura Ingalls Wilder. Last year we talked about the history of celebrating birthdays, this year we want to talk about how Laura Ingalls Wilder effected our... more

What was it really like to attend a one-room school? Join host Sarah S. Uthoff and guest Pam Stover as they talk about the equipment you could expect to find in one-room school. What did they have art and music equipment? How did they... more

Join us as we review what went on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom this year. We mark two years of Trundlebed Tales podcasts with this episode. Please look at it as an opportunity to check in with us. Think about calling in, commenting in... more

Listen as host Sarah Uthoff gives a round up of Laura Ingalls Wilder events this month. Christmas events and plays aplenty are going on and I hope that you can enjoy them.

Join host Sarah Uthoff as she talks with Linda and Jack Hutton about how they came to start the Bala Museum. We'll talk about the connection that L.M. Montgomery has to the area which inspired her adult novel "The Blue Castle",... more

Join host Sarah Uthoff as she talks with food historian Sandra Oliver about her book on the history of Thanksgiving, Giving Thanks, and on the history of Thanksgiving.

Check in with host Sarah S. Uthoff for what's going on it Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom this month.

Join host Sarah Uthoff and Susan Thurlow as they talk about Dr. George Tann. Dr. Tann was a real life doctor who saved the Ingalls Family when they were sick with malaria in Kansas, Indian Territory. Laura Ingalls Wilder describes the... more

What's going on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom during October 2012. Including reports on Independence KS and Pepin WI in addition to season closing dates for all the homesites.

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff and quilt historian Linda Halpin as they talk quilts. We'll explore trends in quilts during Laura Ingalls Wilder's lifetime and how quilts changed over time. We'll talk about how quilts were sewn and how they were... more

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