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"Walnut Grove Post Office" is indeed a real post office.

"Oleson's Merchantile" is indeed a fictional grocery store.

"Hanson's Mill" is indeed a fictional mill.

"Hans Dorfler Blacksmith" is indeed a fictional blacksmith place.

"Walnut Grove Feed & Seed" is indeed a fictional business.

Charles Ingalls will have three weeks to have the roof of the shed repaired and stack the grain. In return he will be getting a plow and seed.

Charles Ingalls had corn bread and pan cakes for breakfast.

Charles Ingalls got a ride to Walnut Grove, Minnesota, United States from Dr. Hiram Baker by fixing the wheel on his wagon.

The Ingalls go to church on Sunday mornings.

The song that is sung at the end of the church service is "Come Sinner Come."

The book that Caroline Ingalls is reading in bed is the Holy Bible.

Charles Ingalls gets US $0.50 for working at "Hanson's Mill."

The kite that Charles Ingalls was flying ended up crashing and getting tangled up in a tree.

When Charles Ingalls was climbing up the tree to get the kite out of the tree, he fell out of the tree onto his face breaking four of his ribs.

Charles Ingalls eats home made soup while bed ridden.

Mary Ingalls. Laura Ingalls and the rest of the town's people end up helping Charles Ingalls stack the seed.

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