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For more than fifty years, visitors from around the world have been drawn to this fascinating look into the lives of Laura and her family. Ingalls Homestead » Touch history with your fingers!During Reconstruction, former Confederate general and ordnance chief Josiah Gorgas rebuilt the furnace and operated a rolling mill and nailery in the nearby town of Brierfield.Mc Wane Center-Adventures in Science 210 -19th Street North, Birmingham, Jefferson County Open Monday-Friday -, Saturday -, Sunday -; tickets & reservations, 205-714-8314, in and adjacent to the former Loveman Department Store Building, the Mc Wane Center is billed as Alabama's Twenty-First Century Science Center.Experience the lifestyle of pioneer homesteaders by twisting hay, grinding wheat, making rope and riding a horse drawn covered wagon across the native grass prairie to a live one-room country school. Lured by the prospect of free land from the Homestead Act of 1862, the Ingalls family traveled over a thousand miles in a covered wagon to claim land.Pa knew he must follow the homestead requirements: live on the land for five years, build a home and plow at least 10 acres.