By Lindsay Hindman
For nearly ninety years, the vision of American pioneer life has been defined for millions by the memories of Laura Ingalls Wilder—first as told in her Little House series of books, and then by the heartwarming 1970s television series based on them. And thanks to the ongoing preservation efforts of the town and people of De Smet, South Dakota, Little House fans and everyone interested in pioneer history can live that vision in the town where the Ingalls and Wilder families lived in the late 19th century.
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