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Margaret Bramer (later Mrs. Otto Hanson) in her homestead shack in South Dakota. Thousands of single women traveled west to stake their claim to a homestead in the post-Civil War period.

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Margaret Bramer (later Mrs. Otto Hanson) in her homestead shack in South Dakota. Thousands of single women traveled west to stake their claim to a homestead in the post-Civil War period.

Obituary of Caroline Quiner Ingalls.

Grace Ingalls Dow

Grace Ingalls

Grace Ingalls Dow

Grace Ingalls Dow and husband Nathan in South Dakota

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Grace Ingalls Dow Death Notice

Grace Ingalls Dow Death Notice

In 1942, literary agent George Bye received the final manuscript from a client he had reluctantly decided to represent twelve years earlier, an author whose first work, a memoir for adults, had left him uninspired.

Laura Ingalls Wilder: An American Fixture - Little House on the Prairie

In 1942, literary agent George Bye received the final manuscript from a client he had reluctantly decided to represent twelve years earlier, an author whose first work, a memoir for adults, had left him uninspired. But she had found her voice as a children’s book writer, and Bye felt deeply moved and stirred by her... Read More »

Carrie Ingalls (2nd from left standing behind the net) and other members of her tennis team in De Smet, SD

Carrie Ingalls (2nd from left standing behind the net) and other members of her tennis team in De Smet, SD

Laura Ingalls Wilder, born 7 Feb 1867

Laura Ingalls Wilder, born 7 Feb 1867

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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...

town of De Smet,Sd | Photo courtesy of South Dakota State Historical Society

The Weekly South Dakotan

The Weekly South Dakotan: South Dakota Treasure Chest for 4th-Grade History

The Farmhouse at Rocky Ridge

The Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum

The Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum preserves the records of Herbert Hoover, the 31st President of the United States.

Eleck and Olena Nelson, Norwegian immigrants, and five of their six children in the early 1880s. The Nelsons were the Ingalls' closest neighbors On The Banks of Plum Creek and were invaluable in helping the Ingalls get through the tough times. When the Ingalls family moved near the Nelsons in 1874, Eleck and Olena were 28 years old and had only two very young daughters. Anna, who was 2 at the time, is the one to whom Laura was forced to give her doll, which she later found in a mud puddle.

Eleck and Olena Nelson, Norwegian immigrants, and five of their six children in the early 1880s. The Nelsons were the Ingalls' closest neighbors On The Banks of Plum Creek and were invaluable in helping the Ingalls get through the tough times. When the Ingalls family moved near the Nelsons in 1874, Eleck and Olena were 28 years old and had only two very young daughters. Anna, who was 2 at the time, is the one to whom Laura was forced to give her doll, which she later found in a mud puddle.

Laura Ladocia "Docia" Ingalls Forbes (1846 - 1918) - Birth: 	Jul. 8, 1846 Death…

Laura Ladocia “Docia” Ingalls Forbes (1845-1918)...

sister to Charles Ingalls aunt to Laura Ingalls Wilder (author of the Little House books) Known as Docia, she was the aunt of Laura Ingalls Wilder (Pa's sister), and appeared in several of her books, including Little House in the Big Woods and By the Shores of Silver Lake. By her first husband August Waldvogle she...