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Laura Ingalls Wilder and the American frontier : five perspectives ; [...Essays in this volume originated as papers for the conference ... hosted by the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum September 25-26, 1988...]

Author: Dwight M Miller; Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
Publisher: Lanham, MD [u.a.] Univ. Press of America 2002
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Named Person: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dwight M Miller; Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
ISBN: 0761822844 9780761822844 0761822852 9780761822851
OCLC Number: 834220117
Notes: "Essays in this volume originated as papers for the conference ... hosted by the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum September 25-26, 1988"--Introduction
Includes index
Description: 121 S 22 cm
Contents: Chapter 1 Laura Ingalls Wilder and the American Frontier Chapter 2 Approaching Laura Ingalls Wilder: Challenge and Opportunities Chapter 3 The Frontier of the Little House Chapter 4 The Little House Books in American Culture Chapter 5 Unconscious Inheritance and Conscious Striving: Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Frontier Narrative Chapter 6 Laura Ingalls Wilder: An Elementary School Perspective Chapter 7 Afterword Chapter 8 Contributions Chapter 9 Suggestions for Further Reading Chapter 10 Index
Responsibility: ed. by Dwight M. Miller
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The 'Little Houses' have much to say to us in a scholarly realm and Wilder's writing remains an invaluable key to our understanding of the American frontier of the nineteenth century. Scholars Read more...

 
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