On the Way Home: The Diary of a Trip from South Dakota to Mansfield, Missouri, in 1894 Character Descriptions

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Laura Ingalls Wilder

This person's hair was so long that it brushed the ground and, even when tightly braided dropped to her waist.

Rose Wilder Lane

This person made friends easily and had a keen desire for education, reading several grades above her age.

Almanzo (Manly) James Wilder

This person desires to make a fresh start in a better place and fixes upon Mansfield, Missouri, as offering extended promise.

Mr. and Mrs. Cooley

These people are seen as rich because they have two wagons and teams, and the wagons are apparently purpose-built instead of extemporized.

Paul and George Cooley

The oldest of these is described as a big boy who never lies.

Grandpa, Grandma, Aunt Mary, Aunt Carrie, and Aunt Grace

These people helped raise the young girls in this book.

Mr. Sherwin

This person sends enthusiastic letters with photographs of...

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