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The famous little house on the prairie was built by Charles Ingalls on land he very likely knew belonged to the Osage Indians, according to Laura Ingalls Wilder biographer Caroline Fraser. The logs he used to build the house and the land were stolen. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Prairie To Page premieres Tuesday, December 29 at 8/7c.

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