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Little House on the Prairie Summary
Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Little House on the Prairie Summary

Introduction

Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie is a classic work of children's literature by one of the best-known American children's authors. Published in 1935, Little House, as it is commonly known, is the third in a series of books by Wilder that describe the pioneer experiences of the author and her family as they move from Wisconsin through several western territories and states, before finally settling in what became De Smet, South Dakota. (One book, Farmer Boy, depicts the childhood of Wilder's husband, Almanzo.) While the series is autobiographical, the so-called "Little House" books are considered works of historical fiction as Wilder altered and embellished some aspects of their lives.

Little House is set in the early 1870s, when Charles ("Pa") and Caroline ("Ma") Ingalls took their three young daughters, Mary, Laura, and Carrie...

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