Famous for her Little House stories, Laura Ingalls Wilder spent her childhood during the westward expansion movement, resettling frequently from log cabin, to prairie home, to sod house following her restless father and resourceful mother. She wrote in story, letter, and diary of her life and adventures as she journeyed westward.
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Wilder, Laura Ingalls—1867–1957—Biography
Wilder, Laura Ingalls—1867–1957—Criticism
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Wilder, Laura Ingalls
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