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At age one, Laura moved with her family from Pepin County to Missouri. The family returned to Wisconsin in 1870 and lived here until 1874 when they moved to Minnesota.
How many times did the Ingalls family move while Laura was a child?
What sorts of hardships did the Ingalls family encounter during Laura's childhood?
On a map, locate the places where Laura Ingalls Wilder lived during her life.
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1944: The Nazi forces launch a counterattack in Anzio, Italy, during World War II.
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