West from Home: Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder to Almanzo Wilder Topics for Discussion

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How might Laura's trip have been different if Almanzo had accompanied her?

On the trip across country, Laura commented that if she had known the trip was going to be so grueling that she would not have had the courage to undertake it. To you think Laura's opinion changed after she arrived in San Francisco?

Do you think Laura would have gone on the trip if Rose had not been able to support her financially?

Which part of the journey stands out most to you as a reader? Explain.

Laura made the comment, "The more I see of how Rose works the better satisfied I am to raise chickens. " However, Laura went on to become a writer. What do you think changed her mind?

Rose wrote to Almanzo to tell him of a new development in farm equipment. Henry Ford told Rose, his biographer...

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