Olivia attempts to overcome the effects of polio.
The family tries to help an ailing neighbor who will die unless she can be persuaded to rest.
On a hike in the mountains, John-Boy encounters a sick, runaway girl. Sissy Spacek guest stars.
After a childish argument, Grandma and Grandpa threaten to separate.
A strict disciplinarian replaces Miss Beadle in the classroom.
Charles and Mr. Edwards find a job hauling nitroglycerin over rough roads.
Charles begins to spend long hours at the home of an attractive young widow.
A Russian immigrant gives the citizens pause for thought when they start complaining about taxes and road assessments.
After 12 years, a veteran is still troubled by his experiences in the battle of Shiloh.
Charles prepares to sell the farm and move the family back to Wisconsin.
A con man makes off with money and goods intended for fire victims in another town.
Mary faces a four-year separation from her fiance, who has been offered a college scholarship.
Laura prepares her horse for the annual race, while Nellie pouts for a thoroughbred.
Nellie falls from her horse after an argument with Laura and takes advantage of Laura's remorse.
While soaping a window on Halloween, Laura is shocked to see Mr. Oleson apparently beheading his wife with a sword.
Laura's new pet is an ornery billy goat that she can neither keep nor give away.
After his mother's death, Charles goes to Wisconsin to persuade his father to move to Walnut Grove.
Grandfather Ingalls jeopardizes his warming relationship with Laura in the conclusion of a two-part story.
Three brothers bully the people of Walnut Grove.
Children get caught in a blizzard on their way home from school.
A derelict with engineering skills may be the only hope of saving Carrie from the depths of a crumbling well.
Walnut Grove is exposed to a deadly fever when Mr. Edwards returns from a disease-stricken town.
A school play figures into a plan to coax a widow back into society.
John is suspected of stealing from a neighbor.