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By Lucy Lansdowne
February 7, 1867 Wisconsin
Mother-Caroline Ingalls Father-Charles Ingalls Older Sister-Mary Younger Sister-Carrie Bulldog-Jack
Husband-Almanzo Wilder Daughter-Rose Pa dies Ma and Mary die
Almanzo dies in 1949 at age 92 Laura starts writing books known as The Little House series Laura becomes famous because of her books about her life Laura dies on February 10,1957 at age 90
Mary (her sister) becomes blind When Laura was 15 she became a teacher She had just 5 students and 2 were almost her age
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