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The kind of crop that Charles Ingalls produces is wheat.

Wheat is selling for around US $0.75 a bushel and if Charles Ingalls sells thirty-five bushels to an acre for one hundred acres, he should be selling 3,500 bushels, making around US $2,625.

The Ingalls family will spend the money that they get from selling their wheat crop on material to make dresses for Mary Ingalls and Laura Ingalls, shoes for Mary Ingalls, Laura Ingalls, Carrie Ingalls, Caroline Ingalls, and Charles Ingalls, curtans for the windows, new dishes, and rocking horse for Carrie Ingalls.

The suprise that Charles Ingalls has for Mary Ingalls, Laura Ingalls, Carrie Ingalls, and Caroline Ingalls in the barn is two horses.

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

Charles Ingalls, Jack Peters, and Jacob ate beef stew the first night out.

Jacob gave Charles Ingalls a new pair of boots and threw out his old ones.

The winners get US $50 for winning the drilling contest.

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

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

Charles Ingalls and Jacob won the drilling contest.

Jack Peters died in the explosion at the mining job.

The first one to see that Charles Ingalls is back is Laura Ingalls.


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