Laura Ingalls Wilder

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A favorite childhood author that I still love today.

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So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides.

DREAMY DUDES OF PIONEER GIRL

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; so many smoldering tintypes. These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides. You could...

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl;

DREAMY DUDES OF PIONEER GIRL

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; so many smoldering tintypes. These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides. You could...

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides.

DREAMY DUDES OF PIONEER GIRL

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; so many smoldering tintypes. These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides. You could...

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides.

DREAMY DUDES OF PIONEER GIRL

So many photos in the annotated edition of Pioneer Girl; so many smoldering tintypes. These images are from my advance reading copy. Gaze through time and think about the buggy rides. You could...

On left of image, Laura's cousin Peter Ingalls and ?

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American author: Laura Ingalls Wilder known for her children's book series, "Little House On The Prairie". Pictured here when she was a schoolteacher, ~ (Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, Walnut Grove - Getty Images) ~ {cwl}

Day 2: Little Town on the Prairie, The Laura Ingall's Wilder Homestead

Today we drove 6 hours and arrived at the Ingall's Homestead around 2:00pm. We spent 2 hours there. It was totally amazing to me, standing there on the 160 acres that the Ingall's family actually lived and farmed over 200 years ago. The buildings were not the originals of the Ingall's family, but they were original buildings from the area that resembled what the Ingall's family lived in over the years that Laura was growing up. Laura Ingalls Wilder Jayme is her biggest fan. This is a view of…

Caroline Ingalls in her parlour.I wonder who in the Ingalls family at this time played guitar? Leaning against the wall behind Caroline's right shoulder.

Caroline Ingalls in her parlor.

Laura Ingalls Wilder with Neta V. Seal, her closest friend as an adult. Neta cared for Laura at the end of her life and was later sought out by Little House fans who wanted to learn more about her.

Laura Ingalls Wilder with Neta V. Seal, her closest friend as an adult. Neta cared for Laura at the end of her life and was later sought out by Little House fans who wanted to learn more about her.

Sarah and Florence Garland Florence was the teacher.

Sarah Lovenia Garland (left) and Florence Adelia Garland, Cap's sisters. Taken around 1883. Florence was the teacher in the De Smet school which Laura and Carrie attended. In 1887, Florence left home and married Charles Lansing Dawley, leaving Cap and his mother the only ones in their small boarding house, on the corner of Joliet Avenue. In 1886 - 1887, Vena had a baby girl, Madge, making Cap an uncle.

Robert Boast, a friend of Charles Ingalls; Boast and his new bride Ella "Ellie"… Laura Ingalls Wilder, Supervisor, Pioneer Girl, Ingalls Family, Half Pint, I Love Books, Vintage Photographs, Young People, Titanic
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Robert Boast, a friend of Charles Ingalls; Boast and his new bride Ella "Ellie" arrived in De Smet in the winter of 1879-80 when the Ingalls family was living in the Surveyor's house. Mrs. Boast suffered from ill health and the beloved couple never had children, but their home became a popular gathering place for the young people of De Smet.

The writing desk where Laura Ingalls Wilder penned many of the Little House books still sits in the Rocky Ridge Farm house: Mansfield, Missouri

Laura Ingalls Wilder books still resonate after 75 years

The online edition of THE DECATUR DAILY, a newspaper serving the Tennessee Valley in North Alabama

Rose Wilder Lane was born in in De Smet, Dakota Territory. She was the first child of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the "Little House on the Prairie" book series. Rose's story is inspiring, she was a very accomplished woman. Laura Ingalls Wilder, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ingalls Family, Women In History, Family History, Interesting History, Vintage Photographs, Historical Photos
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Rose Wilder Lane while traveling in Europe

16 Oct 1901 - Grace Pearl Ingalls Dow with her husband, Nathan William Dow on their wedding day in DeSmet, SD.

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Homeschool in the Hills: Carrie Ingalls in Keystone

Carrie Ingalls in Keystone

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Laura's Sweet Memories: Caroline Ingalls with her daughter Mary, her "Mother's Day" meal was remembered & written about by Laura ~M x

Caroline Ingalls' "Mother's Day" meal

In "These Happy Golden Years", Laura wrote about the meal that they ate when Mary was home from college. This is what they had: Hash Brown...