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Community Post: 31 Things We Learned From Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Rose Wilder Lane was the only surviving child of Laura and Almanzo. She grew up to become a prolific writer like her mother. [The State Historical Society of Missouri, Photograph Collection (01261)]

'Never Forget - The Native American Genocides

I think this is interesting because the Holocaust is publicized so much but we tend to forget about how many were lost when the colonies were founded in American soil.

“If I regarded my life from the point of view of the pessimist, I should be undone. I should seek in vain for the light that does not visit my eyes and the music that does not ring in my ears. I should beg night and day and never be satisfied. I should sit apart in awful solitude, a prey to fear and despair. But since I consider it a duty to myself and to others to be happy, I escape a misery worse than any physical deprivation.” – Helen Keller

The Laura Ingalls Wilder Family Tree

Rose Wilder Lane, Trabajó de reportera para el San Francisco Bulletin, y viajó por todo el mundo haciendo reportajes de investigación, y sobre todo escribió libros biográficos y de ficción. Destaca la primera biografía que se escribió de Herbert Hoover en 1920, que permitiría a Rose mantener una buena amistad con el presidente de los EEUU

"Pioneer author Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote the autobiographical "Little House" kids' book series, the basis of the popular television show Little House on the Prairie."