After moving his family from Wisconsin's 'big woods' to Minnesota's prairie, pioneer Charles Ingalls settles on farmland by Plum Creek just outside the town of Walnut Grove. To support his family until he can bring in a harvest, Charles works several jobs, establishing himself as a valued community member and a man of his word. But a rash promise to complete a job for devious Liam O'Neill by a specified time and a fall from a tree while rescuing a kite on a family picnic, threaten to ruin the Ingalls hopes for their future. How will the family pull together to save their farm and can they count on help from their new friends? Written by
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In an episode in the final season, Charles and Caroline are coming home to visit Laura and Almonzo and Charles reminds character of the tree he fell out of. See more
In my remembrance book, I put down how Pa used the daylight and a lot of the dark. He said he was counting the days 'till he could stay home and just work the farm. The rest of us only counted the days 'till Sunday - the Lord's day when Pa took us all to church.
Come, Sinner, Come
Words by William E. Witter
Music by Horatio R. Palmer
Sung by church congregation See more