Visit the real home of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s famous Farmer Boy
Paul Larson takes us to the Almanzo Wilder Homestead, for a look into the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s famous Farmer Boy. Visitors may see the room where Almanzo slept, the parlor where he threw a dirty stove brush at his bossy sister, and the farm where the young boy learned how to care for animals and the land. In this special literary episode of Adirondack Journeys, you’ll travel back to a time before Almanzo met his wife, who once had lived in a little house on the prairie.
This project is supported by a grant awarded to Mountain Lake PBS by New York State’s Empire State Development and the I Love NY Division of Tourism under Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council Initiative.
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