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Books about Laura Ingalls Wilder's Family

Old Home Town, PB
Rose Wilder Lane has recreated small-town society of pre-World War I America with a precise feeling for decorum, dress, and kitchen dialogue.
A Wilder in the West
Written by William Anderson, this books tells about Almanzo's sister Eliza Jane and the pioneering she did.
Laura Ingalls Wilder & Rose Wilder Lane
Letters written between Laura and her daughter Rose. Published by the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library.
The Rediscovered Writing of Rose Wilder Lane
Examples of Roses' Literary writings over the years. Hardcover, by Amy Mattson Lauters
Exploring the Homesites of Laura Ingalls Wilder
Take a modern day look a the places in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Includes 100 pictures and graphics of the Laura sites.
Charles Ingalls & the U.S. Public Land Laws
By Nancy Cleaveland & Penny Linsenmayer Preemption Act of 1841 and The Homestead Act of 1862
Laura Ingalls Wilder, A photographic story of a life
PB, 120 pages with over 100 photographs of Laura and her family, along with history of their many moves and lives.
Writers of Conviction
Writers of Conviction examines the literary careers of Zona Gale, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Rose Wilder Lane and Josephine Herbst.
Islam and the Discovery of Freedom
By Rose Wilder Lane. Above all her achievements Lane was a powerful polemicist voicing the call for human liberty.