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Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Biography

Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Biography (Little House): Details the adult life, as well as the childhood, of one of America's most beloved authors.

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Read all of the Little House Books--American classic Happy Birthday Laura Ingalls Wilder- born 145 years ago today-Feb. in a little log cabin in Wisconsin.

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House on the Prairie books

The family of Laura Ingalls Wilder. From left to right, Caroline, Carrie, Laura, Charles, Grace and Mary.

La famille Ingalls (de gauche à droite) : Caroline Ingalls, Carrie Ingalls, Laura Ingalls, Charles Ingalls, Grace Ingalls et Mary Ingalls

Laura Ingalls Wilder and Samuel Worthen Ingalls - a Legacy of Writing

From “Unlearned Poet” to “Untutored Housewife”: Laura Ingalls Wilder and Samuel Worthen Ingalls

Grace Pearl Ingalls Dow (May 23, 1877 - November 10, 1941)      Grace Pearl Ingalls was the fifth and final child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls. Being only eight years old when Laura married, Grace thus played only a minor role in the last books of the series, often as a little girl who always tried to help, but often found more trouble or made more of a mess.    Grace also followed her mother and Laura in that she became a school teacher near De Smet, South Dakota.    On October 16, 1901…

Grace Pearl Ingalls Dow (May 1877 - November Grace Pearl Ingalls was the fifth and final child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story - Biography.com

Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote the Little House books, but she was also a prolific writer of magazine and newspaper articles. If you haven't read the Little House books, there's just something BADLY WRONG with you.

Laura Ingalls Wilder in 1906, posing for a photo during a visit to Kansas City  Laura's first daughter Rose was thriving in Kansas City, and we are lucky to have this picture from her 1906 visit to see her.  It is such a stark contrast to the photos from Laura's youth.

In Laura Ingalls Wilder visited her daughter, Rose, in Kansas City, MO. While she was there this studio picture was made. Her life in the Little House books was just a memory and her writing career had not begun.