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Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder (February 7, 1867 – February 10, 1957) was an American author who wrote the Little House series of children's books based on her childhood in a pioneer family.
Laura died of 3 reasons:Old age (90),Severe diebetes and a heart attack. She was 90.She died in 1957 in Manafield Missouri
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Laura Ingalls Wilder was born on February 7, 1867.
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Answer Laura Ingalls Wilder lived in a time where music was generated by local talent. Most small communities at the time would have a local guitar, clawhammer banjo, and several fiddle players. In her writings she mentions many times that Pa played the fiddle really well!!! Mary, her sister cou…
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That was actually not recorded in her book series. Really its uncertain.
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Answer Her life skills were to be able to dedicate herself to whatever it was that needed to be done. She also could serve yet still remain true to herself. Her commitment to family and love of God helped her face all the hardships she faced. She also had an ability to let go and enjoy life. Lau…
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Yes. They have been intermarrying many hundreds of years. No one can say for sure, how long the practice goes back, but it goes back before they migrated to America from Europe. They were a small religious group of already related, Jesus believing Jews, that have continued to marry amongst each othe…
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She is very tall for a girl, Laura Prepon is 5'10 (178cm) !
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In the book, The House of the Scorpion, El Viejo is the father of Mr. Alacran and the grandson of El Patron. The House of the Scorpion was written by Nancy Farmer, and was published in 2002.
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Mary died on 17 Oct 1928. She was buried in De Smet cemetary, South Dakota, where her parents also are buried.
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Laura died, three days after her 90th birthday, on February 10 1957. She had been determined to reach that age " because Almanzo [her husband] did".She died on Feburary 10 1957 on rocky ridge farm when she lived with manly.
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The scarlet fever made her blind and she stayed that way because the nerves in her eye had been permanently damaged.
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In Jamaica
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Laura's story Pioneer Girl is an adult autobiographical account of her life, with only subtle differences between it and her children's books. Laura's daughter, Rose Wilder Lane, wrote two books that are an adult version of some of the material covered in Laura's children's books-Let the Hurricane R…
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During the Hard Winter of 1889-81, a son of Sam Masters and his new Scottish wife and their baby also stayed with the Ingalls family. The Master's son was an unpleasant and selfish person, and Laura electd to leave him and his wife out of the book - Rose completely agreed. There is extensive mater…
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Almanzo James Wilder was born on: February 13,1857 and died October 23,1949
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Bloody Mary had a little baby boy a year before she died. When she did die her half sister Elizabeth became Queen.
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The direct cause of death was a heart attack, although it is very likely that undiagnosed diabetes was also a factor. She died on February 10, 1957, three days after her 90th birthday.
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Answer Yes, they were sisters.
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Laura started writing books to record for children how much life had changed in a short time. She began writing in the time just after her mother and Mary had died within a few years of each other, and this seems to have prompted a desire to reflect and record their times together. In addition, ther…
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Nobody has ever reported seeing the ghost of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Since lots of people visit her house, and people work there too, if she was a ghost, you would think somebody would have seen her by now.
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My name is Laura and my friends call me "Lauz" or "Wozzy" My name is Laura and my nickname is "Loza"well my friend named Laura her mom calls her Laura bugMy name is Laura I get called Lausy Babe (HATE IT DON'T USE IT) Lauz (All right) or Laura Bear (I put up with it)
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Mary See died in 1939 at the age of 85.
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The various super-human authors of the Urantia Book (the English text is now in the public domain) are named in "The Titles of the 196 Papers" in the front of the Book which may be freely perused, searched and downloaded online. Some of the details on when and how this "fifth epochal revelation" t…
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She is described as strong willed, brave, happy, and hard working. Physically, she was very short - 4',11" tall. She had a rather round figure, (which she hated, calling herself "roly-poly"), but was, by the standards of her time, very pretty, with roan brown hair and violet eyes.
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She lives in New York, NY - her zip code is 10011 - but what is her birthdate???
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No. Her only brother, Charles Frederick Jr, was biological and died in infancy (the adopted brother in the television series is fictitious and is portrayed as being shot and killed in a bank robbery when he was 12.) In the TV series Laura had two adopted brothers, Albert and James. Albert ended up g…
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There have been 266 popes. Please be more specific
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Some are pictured in the link below. The Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society also has an email newsletter which presents an 'Artifact of the Month'.
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The links below have interesting information on Laura's life.
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She just died of old age.
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rose died when when she saw people where showing an ad on TV she called them thy came with in helicopter her and her granddaughter went thy fond the Titanic but not the nickles but the did find pic that jack her loved ones pic of her in a safe in the middle of the night she was sleeping she died in …
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No, Laura was not always happy but her personal strengths of determination and a competetive spirit, together with her faith in God prevented her from falling in a heap when difficult times came. There were many such times in her life - the illness which robbed her beloved sister Mary of her sight,…
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She died at Rocky Ridge Farm in Mansfield, Missouri.
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Yes, Rose Wilder Lane died in her sleep, aged 81, on October 30, 1968.
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Laura and Almanzo were married at De Smet, Dakota, in the home of the Congregational minister. This was to avoid the big church wedding that Almanzo's mother and sister wanted to organise.
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Laura's middle name was 'Elizabeth.'
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Laura Ingalls Wilder had 2 children. Rose, who was a famous author in her own right , was born on December 5,1886. Laura's second and last child was an unnamed baby boy who died twelve days after birth in 1889.Two: A daughter Rose, and a son who died in infancy before he could be named.
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There were nine in the Little House series: Little House in the Big Woods Farmer Boy Little House on the Prairie On the Banks of Plum Creek Old Town in the Green Groves By the Shores of Silver Lake The Long Winter Little Town on the Prairie These Happy Golden Years The First Four Years - t…
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Almost certainly, as she lived in some very harsh conditions, although she was physically very strong. She never referred to any everyday illnesses and only recorded the scarlet fever, malaria, diptheria, and morning sickness she suffered.
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Almanzo James Wilder died at the age of 92 on Sunday morning, October 23, 1949 after suffering 2 heart attacks and is buried in Mansfield,MO with his wife and daughter.
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Laura and Almanzo were married on August 25th, 1885.
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The Homestead Act was the reason her family was able to move west. It allowed her to see a lot of the country, as her Pa tried three times - in three separate places - to take advantage of the homestead act. From age 12 to 18, it put her in the position of a "partner" with her Pa (and Ma and siste…
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Little House in the Big Woods, the first in the series, was published in 1932.
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Little House in the Big Woods was Laura's first published book (1932).
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Rose had one son who was either stillborn or dead in 1910. She was unable to have any more children after this.
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13th February 1857.
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Rose Wilder Lane died on October 30, 1968.
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Caroline Ingalls died on April 20th 1924.
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She went to school in De Smet and Walnut Creek.
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Pioneer Girl was written by Laura in 1930. It was never published, but material from Pioneer Girl turns up in the eight books she did publish, beginning with Little House in the Big Woods in 1932.
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She died of a very old age She was 85 years old when she died.
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No, she died in February 1957.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the beloved â??Little House on the Prairieâ?? series had a sporadic early education. Since her family were settlers, she moved around a great deal and had little formal schooling, mainly teaching herself. In 1882, Laura successfully passed the test to become a teach…
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No. As she said, her education was all gained from little schoolhouses in pioneer America. Laura was an honors student yet the pioneer girls did not get much education.
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Rose Wilder Lane died in her sleep. Rose wilder lane was 82 when she died.
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The most significant impact Laura ingalls Wilder's "Litte House" books have had on society is that they have introduced millions of schoolchildren to life on the American frontier. Many students, and adults as well, learn about the hardships of life for the pioneers through Laura's books. It was a l…
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Laura Ingalls Wilder was born near the village of Pepin in the "Big Woods" of Wisconsin. In her earlier years her family settled on what was then Indian Territory near Independence, Kansas. After a few years there, the family packed up and moved to Walnut Grove, Minnesota where they lived with relat…
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Laura was always at the top of her class, even when she had been absent teaching in another school.
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Laura was born in the 'big woods' near Pepin, Wisconsin.
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Yes, she married Almanzo Wilder on August 25th, 1885.
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Almanzo Wilder, who was a neighbour and friend of Pa's in De Smet. They had two children, one of whom died as an infant.
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In 1954, Laura Ingalls Wilder was recognized by the American Library Association with an award that became The Laura Ingalls Wilder Award. On the Banks of Plum Creek, By the Shores of Silver Lake, Little Town on the Prairie, The Long Winter, Little Town on the Prairie, and These Happy Golden Years w…
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Laura Ingalls married Almanzo Wilder, a homesteader, on August 25, 1885.  She was 18, he was 28.  
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She inspired everybody
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Mary Ingalls died on October 20, 1928 aged 63 at the home of her sister Carrie from a combination of problems resulting from pneumonia and a stroke.
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7th Feb 1867 Laura Elizabeth Ingalls (Wilder) born in Wisconsin 1869 Ingalls family moves to Indian Territory in Kansas as told in Little House on the Prairie 1871 Ingalls family leaves Kansas and returns to Wisconsin as told in Little House in the Big Woods 1874 Ingalls family leaves Wisconsin an…
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Yes, Charles Frederick Ingalls, known as "Freddy", but he died at the age of nine months.
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At the beginning of their marriage they lived in a number of places in De Smet, South Dakota. They moved to Mansfield, Missourri around 1890 and settled at Rocky Ridge Farm where they lived for the rest of their lives.
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Not any more. Her only child to survive into adulthood gave birth to only one baby who was either still born or died soon after.
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Rose had one child, a son, who died at, or immediately after, birth.
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Pa ( Charles) Ingalls had an insatiable urge to travel westward and would have kept moving west had his wife not insisted on staying in one place once they reached Dakota. Pa did not enjoy living in an area that was populated, and where the hunting was poor.
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When she was trapped under the plank at plum creek, the water was strong Laura could have drowned, but she bravely kicked against the water and hoisted herself up
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Laura Ingalls Wilder's daughter, Rose Wilder Lane was a famous author in her own right. + She is famous herself.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder is best known as the author of the Little House series of books written for children, but with broad historic appeal. The books detail the trials and events in her life as a pioneer girl in America, as the Ingalls family travelled west as land was opened up for settlement.
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Laura died a Three days after her 90th birthday. She died on February 10,1957, In her sleep. She told everyone she wanted to live to be 90 because that was when her husband (Almanzo) died at the age of 90 years old. Laura died in her Mansfield Farm House.
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Almanzo died after a series of heart attacks on October 23, 1949.
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No one who is alive as Laura died many years ago. However, there are a number of societies that exist to preserve her memory and carry out continuing research on her life. One is the Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society.
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Watch and read Little house on the prairie!
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One listed cause of Laura's death is from a stroke. This may be confusion with her sister Mary's cause of death. Other sources cite a heart attack as the cause. Either way, Laura, Carrie and Grace all died from diabetes-related causes in an era when treatment for the disease was much more primitive
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Laura was buried in the Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield, Wright County. This is the town near which Laura and Almanzo lived at Rocky Ridge Farm.
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Charles Ingalls (Pa) died from heart failure in De Smet, South Dakota, on June 8th, 1902.
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in de smet and walnut creek she went to school.
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Carrie died at the age of 75 from diabetes complications in South Dakota on June 2, 1946. (Laura herself was to become ill with the disease later in her life and her death is also partly attributed to this cause).
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In her books, Jack is the pet brindle bulldog that was beloved by the Ingalls family.
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She had one son, but like her younger brother, he died shortly after birth.
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Laura ingalls did not want anymore children if she did dhe would have more but she liked the one that she had Laura ingalls did not want anymore children if she did dhe would have more but she liked the one that she had According to her book 'The First Four Years', Laura had very difficult pregnan…
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No, Rose Wilder Lane died on October 30, 1968.
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Laura's strongest life-long hobby was reading, and perhaps after that, writing poetry. The writing of her famous books she did not look at as a hobby, she saw that differently. Laura also collected dishware. Two of the designs she collected were rose chintz and blue willow. She became an expert in…
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No, Mary remained single all of her life.
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Yes. As a matter of fact, she LOVED moving. She inherited Pa's love of moving West, while Mary was more like Ma and preferred to stay in one place.
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the perry school and the brewster school
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No, all have died. Pa died in 1902, Ma in 1924, Mary in 1928, Grace in 1941, Carrie in 1946, and Laura herself in 1957. There are also no living descendants from any of Laura's immediate family.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder's parents are Charles Phillip Ingalls and Caroline Lake (Quiner) Ingalls! Not Yukon and Mary. Mary was her sister and I have NO idea where Yukon came from!
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