September 11, 1974 - March 21, 1983
NBC Drama - 183 Episodes


Charles Ingalls:   Michael Landon
Caroline Ingalls:   Karen Grassle
Laura Ingalls Wilder:   Melissa Gilbert
Mary Ingalls Kendall:   Melissa Sue Anderson
Carrie Ingalls:   Lindsay Greenbush
  Sidney Greenbush
Lars Hanson:   Karl Swenson
Nels Oleson:   Richard Bull
Harriet Oleson:   Katherine MacGregor
Nellie Oleson Dalton:   Alison Arngrim
Willie Oleson:   Jonathan Gilbert
Dr. Baker:   Kevin Hagen
Rev. Robert Alden:   Dabbs Greer
Isaiah Edwards:   Victor French
Jonathan Garvey:   Merlin Olsen
Andy Garvey:   Patrick Laborteaux
Alice Garvey:   Hersha Parady
Eva Beadle Simms:   Charlotte Stewart
Albert Ingalls:   Matthew Laborteaux
Adam Kendall:   Linwood Boomer
Grace Ingalls:   Wendi Turnbaugh
  Brenda Turnbaugh
Hester Sue Terhune:   Ketty Lester
Almanzo Wildre:   Dean Butler
Eliza Jane Wilder:   Lucy Lee Flippin
James Cooper Ingalls:   Jason Bateman
Cassandra Cooper Ingalls:   Missy Francis
Nancy Oleson:   Allison Balson
Grace Snider-Edwards:   Bonnie Bartlett
John, Jr.:   Radames Pera
Alica Sanderson-Edwards:   Kyle Richards
Andrew 'Andy' Garvey:   Patrick Labyorteaux
Percival Dalton:   Steve Tracy
Jenny Wilder:   Shannen Doherty
John Carter:   Stan Ivar
Sarah Carter:   Pamela Roylance
Mrs. Melinda Foster:   Ruth Foster
Jeb Carter:   Lindsay Kennedy
Jason Carter:   David Friedman
Etta Plum:   Leslie Landon
Boy:   Bryce Berg
Susan Goodspeeed-Sue:   Michelle Downey
Mr. Anderson:   Sam Edwards
Sandy Kennedy:   Robert Hoffman
Hans Dorfler:   Jim Jeter
Matthew Rogers:   Jonathan Hall Kovacs
2nd Stage Driver:   Jack Lilley
Townsman:   Richard Lilley
Townsman:   Rod McGaughy
Carl Sanderson/Edwards:   Brian Part
Christy Kennedy:   Tracie Savage
Rose Wilder:   Jennifer Steffin
  Michelle Steffin
Thomas:   Vince Tortell
Jason:   D. White
Thomas:   Ivan Wideman

The time was the late 1870s, and the locale was the American
West, but Little House on the Prairie was not a western in the usual
sense. There were no cowboys, Indians, or cow town saloons
in this version of frontier life--it was more like The Waltons in
a different setting, the story of a loving family in trying times.

Charles Ingalls was a homesteader struggling to make a living
for his family on a small farm near the town of Walnut Grove,
Plum Creek, Minnesota. The Ingalls had moved from the great
plains of Kansas to Walnut Grove in search of a future in a
young and growing community. With Charles was his wife,
Caroline, and their three daughters, teenagers
Mary and Laura, and little Carrie.

Little House on the Prairie
By David Von Pein

Episode Guide

Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum
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Laura Ingalls Wilder, Frontier Girl
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