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Rose Wilder Lane, daughter of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Rose Wilder Lane, daughter of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Rose (daughter of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder) ♥ - Laura Ingalls Wilder Photo (23799272) -

Rose (daughter of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder) ♥ - Laura Ingalls Wilder Photo (23799272) -

Laura Ingalls Wilder during her teen years (These Happy Golden Years)

Laura Ingalls Wilder during her teen years (These Happy Golden Years)

Mary Amelia Ingalls - In 1879, after their return to Walnut Grove from Burr Oak, Iowa, tragedy struck the Ingalls family once more. Mary became sick, most likely with scarlet fever, resulting in her eventual blindness, and shortly after the family made their last move, this time to South Dakota.

Mary Amelia Ingalls - In 1879, after their return to Walnut Grove from Burr Oak, Iowa, tragedy struck the Ingalls family once more. Mary became sick, most likely with scarlet fever, resulting in her eventual blindness, and shortly after the family made their last move, this time to South Dakota.

Laura Ingalls Wilder- her stories helped me fall in love with the West

Laura Ingalls Wilder- her stories helped me fall in love with the West

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)]

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)]

Rose Wilder Lane was born on December 5, 1886 into a poor farming family in the Dakota Territory. She worked various odd jobs before finding her start as a journalist for the San Francisco Bulletin, a radical labor paper. Lane visited the Soviet Union four years after the Bolshevik Revolution, and upon her return to the United States she wrote, “I came out of the Soviet Union no longer a communist, because I believed in personal freedom.”

Rose Wilder Lane was born on December 5, 1886 into a poor farming family in the Dakota Territory. She worked various odd jobs before finding her start as a journalist for the San Francisco Bulletin, a radical labor paper. Lane visited the Soviet Union four years after the Bolshevik Revolution, and upon her return to the United States she wrote, “I came out of the Soviet Union no longer a communist, because I believed in personal freedom.”

Carrie Ingalls, sister of Laura Ingalls Wilder      liwfrontiergirl.com

Carrie Ingalls, sister of Laura Ingalls Wilder liwfrontiergirl.com

Laura's daughter Rose Wilder Lane.  --Photo from the collection of the Hoover Library (RWL #44)

Laura's daughter Rose Wilder Lane. --Photo from the collection of the Hoover Library (RWL #44)

George Whiting Ingalls

George Whiting Ingalls

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