Laura Ingalls Wilder lived in many different little houses in many different places during her long, fascinating life. Laura was a farmer’s daughter and a farmer’s wife. The Ingalls and Wilder families were pioneers, part of the westward migration that went by covered wagon to new places to build homes and create productive farms.
For over twenty years, we have enjoyed exploring the places where the Ingalls and Wilder families lived. We have now made memories with four generations of our family. We are delighted to share these photos and stories with you, and we hope that you will be able to visit some of Laura’s little houses very soon!
This illustrated guide features a timeline of Laura's life and information about thirteen sites across eight states where she and her family members lived.
Full color. Saddle-stitched. 21 pages.