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This bibliography is provided for reference only and publications were included at our discretion. Due to copyright laws, we regret that we are unable to provide copies of articles not linked below.

1908

Wilder, Rose. Articles in the San Francisco Call include – but not limited to – “Ups and Downs of Modern Mercury.” Junior Section, San Francisco Call. (September 20, 1908): 4. [0116]
—. “The Constantly Increasing Wonders of the New Field of Wireless.” Junior Section, San Francisco Call (November 22, 1908): 4. [0117]

1909

“A Chat With the Junior Family.” (mentions Rose Wilder) Junior Section, San Francisco Call (February 27, 1909): 1. [0115]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Santa Cruz: The Playground of California.” San Francisco Call (May 28, 1909): 17. [0137]
Wilder, Rose. “Romances of the Wires.” Junior Section, San Francisco Call (February 14, 1909): 4. [0112]
—. “Seals.” Junior Section, San Francisco Call (February 27, 1909): 1. [0115b]

1910

Lane, Rose Wilder. Articles in Kansas City Post, 1910. Include – but are not limited to – the following:
—. “Listen, Girls Who Work: Bank Account on 60 Per.” Kansas City Post (April 19, 1910): 1. [0297]
—. “Crowds Increase at Each Session of Pure Food Show.” Kansas City Post (April 19, 1910): 2. [0296]
—. “Bower of Roses Is to Greet Return of Anna Lee Owen.” Kansas City Post (May 1910). [0219]
—. “Columbia Shoe Dealer Casts Aspersions Upon Size of Milady’s Boot, But She’s Defended Here.” Kansas City Post (May 4, 1910): 9. [0298]
—. “Anna Lee Owen is Back at Her Desk In Marks’ Office.” Kansas City Post (May 5, 1910): 9. [0301]
—. “May Become High Luxury in Future.” Kansas City Post (May 5, 1910): 5. [0300]
—. “Heroism of 2 Men Saves 150 Persons When Boat Sinks.” Kansas City Post (May 19, 1910). [0302]
—. “200 Babies Vie for Honor at Contest at Pure Food Show.” Kansas City Post (May 20, 1910): 8. [0304]
—. “Crowing, Cooing Babies Compete at the Grocers’ Pure Food Show.” Kansas City Post (May 20, 1910): 8. [0303]
—. “Husband Declares His Wife Spanked Him: She Says She Didn’t…” Kansas City Post (May 1910). [0295]
—. “Mount Washington Hen Lays Comet Egg…” Kansas City Post (May 1910): 6. [0295]
Wilder, Mrs. A.J., quoted in “Poultry Raising as an Occupation for Women.” The American Food Journal (September 15, 1910): 27. [0327]

1911

Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Favors the Small Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist, Volume IX (February 18, 1911): 1. [IMAGE]
—. “From Mrs. Wilder – Nature Songs: The People in God’s Out-of-Doors.” Missouri Ruralist (April 15, 1911): 12. [IMAGE]
Wilder, A.J. “The Story of Rocky Ridge Farm: How Mother Nature in the Ozarks Rewarded Well Directed Efforts after a Fruitless Struggle on the Plains of the Dakotas. The Blessings of Living Water and a Gentle Climate.” Missouri Ruralist, Volume IX (July 22, 1911): 1. [IMAGE]
—. “The Small Farm Home.” Forty-Third Annual Report of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture: A Record of the Work for the Year 1910. Jefferson City, Missouri: The Hugy Stephens Printing Company, 1911, 252-255. [0326]

1912

Wilder, A.J. “My Apple Orchard: How a ‘Tenderfoot’ Knowing Nothing about Orcharding Learned the Business in Missouri—Quail as Insect Destroyers.” Missouri Ruralist IX (June 1, 1912): 1, 5. [IMAGE]

1913

Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Shorter Hours for Farm Women: The Woman Who Manages the Farm Home Should Have Every Means of Saving Labor Placed at Her Disposal. Simple Conveniences within Reach of All.” Missouri Ruralist (June 28, 1913): 3, 10. [IMAGE 1] [IMAGE 2]
Wilder, Rose. “Beauty Hints for Soil Workers.” Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal-Gazette (June 30, 1913): 9-3. [0001]
—. “Beauty Hints for Soil Workers.” New Castle (Pennsylvania) News (June 30, 1913): 8-3. [0002]
—. “Keep Self Attractive.” Stevens Point (Wisconsin) Daily Journal (December 5, 1913): 5. [0206]
—. “Keep Self Attractive.” Marble Rock (Iowa) Journal (December 4, 1913): page 3, column 4. [0292]

1914

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Babe of Bartlett Alley.” San Francisco Bulletin (1914).
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Good Times on the Farm.” Missouri Ruralist (February 5, 1914): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “A Plain Beauty Talk,: Women Can Afford to Spend Time on Their Looks.” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1914): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “A Homemaker of the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (June 20, 1914): 3, 8. [IMAGE 1] [IMAGE 2]

1915

Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “The Tuck ‘Em In Corner Poems.” San Francisco Bulletin (January-April 1915). Poems attributed to “The Hush-a-Bye Lady” (dates not on all Herbert Hoover copies) include “In the Garden, In the Rain,” “The Faery Ring,” “He Didn’t Care,” “The Little Brooklet Laughs Along,” “In the Forest,” “The Way of the Frog,” “The Butterfly’s Baby,” “When the Rainstorm Beats Its Drum,” “The Little Lie-Abed Bear,” “When Forest Folk Cuddle to Bed” (February 1, 1915), “Alas, Poor Oysterkin,” “The Sunny Days of Childhood,” “When the Raindrops Splash in Puddles,” and an untitled poem beginning, “Now when this sad cat-as-tro-phe had really come to pass.”
—. “The Faery Dew Drop” (poem) in The Tuck’em In Corner. San Francisco Bulletin (February 10, 1915).
—. “The Fairies in the Sunshine” (poem) in The Tuck’em In Corner. San Francisco Bulletin (March 17, 1915).
—. “When Sunshine Fairies Rest” (poem) in The Tuck’em In Corner. San Francisco Bulletin (March 18, 1915).
—. “Where Sunshine Fairies Go” (poem) in The Tuck’em In Corner. San Francisco Bulletin (March 19, 1915).
—. “Economy in Egg Production.” Missouri Ruralist (April 5, 1915): 21. [IMAGE]
—. “Naughty Four o’Clocks” (poem) in The Tuck’em In Corner. San Francisco Bulletin (April 24, 1915).
—. “Making the Best of Things.” Missouri Ruralist (June 20, 1915): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “Magic in Plain Foods.” Missouri Ruralist (November 20, 1915): 12-13. [IMAGE]
—. “And Missouri ‘Showed’ Them: From A to Z—Alfalfa to Zinc—the ‘Show Me State’ Won Honors at ‘Frisco’s Exposition.” Missouri Ruralist (December 5, 1915): 3, 7. [IMAGE 1] [IMAGE 2]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “The Money Makers Club.” San Francisco Bulletin (April-June 1915).
—. “Behind the Headlight.” San Francisco Bulletin (October 9 – November 5, 1915). [0335]
—. “Story of Art Smith.” Serial, San Francisco Bulletin (1915). Reprinted as Art Smith’s Story: The Autobiography of the Boy Aviator, 1915. [0131]
—. “Ed Monroe, Man-Hunter.” San Francisco Bulletin (August 11 – September 15, 1915).
—. “A Jitney Romance.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “Behind the Headlight.” San Francisco Bulletin (September-October 1915).
—. “Henry Ford’s Own Story, chapter one.”San Francisco Bulletin (November 1915).
—. “People in Our Apartment House.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “Charlie Chaplin’s Own Story.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “The Art of Fong Jung.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “The Poor Male Biped Is Unable to Conceal the Sign ‘Sold’ With Which He is Labeled.” San Francisco Bulletin (January 23, 1915).
—. “Why Are Men?” San Francisco Bulletin (January 18 and 25, 1915).
—. “A Decanted Dictionary.” San Francisco Bulletin (January 26, 1915).
—. “Getting Acquainted With Strangers.” San Francisco Bulletin (January 27, 1915).
—. “Where is the Real Bohemian?” San Francisco Bulletin (January 29, 1915).
—. “Villains of Fiction.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 1, 1915).
—. “Being the True Story of a Young Wife, With a Moral on the Side.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 3, 1915).
—. “Surprise Questions; Extempore Answers.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 4, 1915).
—. “Cussedness? No, Merely, Synapses.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 9, 1915).
—. “What Does Woman, Believer in the Extremely Improbably, See in the Beauty Hints?” San Francisco Bulletin (February 11, 1915).
—. “Quarrels of the Proverbs.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 12, 1915).
—. “Smith Put Next.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 13, 1915).
—. “Beauty Versus Brains.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 15, 1915).
—. “Love in a Cottage.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 18, 1915).
—. “For This, Yes, This is Musical Comedy.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 19, 1915).
—. “The Thinness of Male Deceit.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 23, 1915).
—. “To Make a Long Story Short.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 25, 1915).
—. “The Queer Things We, Us and Company Take For Granted from the Third Person Plural.” San Francisco Bulletin (March 1, 1915).
—. “Pay No Heed; Just be Kind.” San Francisco Bulletin (April 3, 1915).
—. “Always Kind; Out of Race.” San Francisco Bulletin (April 10, 1915).
—. “The Radical Club.” San Francisco Bulletin (April 17, 1915).
—. “The City That’s Upside Down” (poem) in The Tuck’em Corner, San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “She Dies Young, Refuses to Stay Dead, and Persists in Playing the Ghost.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “Tragedy of Romance Is That Youth Thinks It Will Always Endure.” San Francisco Bulletin (June 1915).
—. “The Art of Fong Jung.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “The Open House.” San Francisco Bulletin (1915).
—. “In Search of an Octopus.” San Francisco Bulletin (March 3, 1915).
—. “‘Tis Not True that World Loves Lover.” San Francisco Bulletin (June 15, 1915).
—. “The Queer Things We, Us and Company Take for Granted from the Third Person Plural.” San Francisco Bulletin (March 1, 1915).

1916

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Bringing the Records to Berta.” San Francisco Bulletin (November 22-27, 1916).
—. “The Building of Hetch Hetchy.” San Francisco Bulletin (October 4 – November 14, 1916).
—. Charlie Chaplin’s Own Story. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1916. [0132]
—. “A Nurse’s Story.” San Francisco Bulletin (March 31- April 3, 1916).
—. “Soldiers of the Soil.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 23 – June 3, 1916).
—. “The Stenographer.” San Francisco Bulletin (July 8-August 4, 1916).
—. “Who Killed John Harding?” San Francisco Bulletin (August 26-September 18, 1916).
“Rose Wilder Lane’s Trip Through Great Capay Valley.” Woodland (California) Daily Democrat (June 2, 1916): 2. [0201]
“Rose Wilder Lane, the writer, visits Yolo County.” Woodland (California) Daily Democrat (May 19, 1916): 1. [0105]
“Santa Clara Valley ‘Soldiers of the Soil’ Material for Story. San Jose Mercury Herald (February 12, 1916): 5. [0228]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “All in the Day’s Work: Just a Neighborly Visit With Folks at Rocky Ridge Farm.” Missouri Ruralist (February 5, 1916): 20-21. [IMAGE]
—. “Does It Pay to be Idle? Sometimes Misdirected Energy May Cease to Be a Virtue.” Missouri Ruralist (February 20, 1916): 11. [IMAGE]
—. “Life is an Adventure.” Missouri Ruralist (March 5, 1916): 14-15.
—. “Join ‘Don’t Worry’ Club: Conservation of a Woman’s Strength Is True Preparedness.” Missouri Ruralist (March 20, 1916): 10-11. [IMAGE]
—. “Look for Fairies Now.” Missouri Ruralist (April 5, 1916): 11. [IMAGE]
—. “So We Moved the Spring: How Running Water Was Provided in the Rocky Ridge Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1916): 19. [IMAGE]
—. “Folks are ‘Just Folks’.” Missouri Ruralist (May 5, 1916): 12-13. [IMAGE]
—. “When is a Settler an Old Settler?” Missouri Ruralist (June 1916): 15. [IMAGE]
—. “Facts versus Theories.” Missouri Ruralist (June 1916): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “Haying While the Sun Shines.” Missouri Ruralist (July 20, 1916): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “Kin-folks or Relations?” Missouri Ruralist (August 1916): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “Showing Dad the Way: Mansfield Has a Boys’ Good Road Club That Works and Plays.” Missouri Ruralist (August 5, 1916): 12-13. [IMAGE]
—. “A Dog’s a dog for a’ That.” Missouri Ruralist (August 20, 1916): 5. [IMAGE]
—. “Do Not Waste Your Strength.” Missouri Ruralist (September 5, 1916): 11. [IMAGE]
—. “All the World is Queer.” Missouri Ruralist (September 20, 1916): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “Just a Question of Tact.” Missouri Ruralist (October 5, 1916): 11. [IMAGE]
—. “An Autumn Day.” Missouri Ruralist (October 20, 1916): 9. [IMAGE]
—. “Our Fair and Other Things.” Missouri Ruralist (November 5, 1916): 12. [IMAGE]
—. “Thanksgiving Time.” Missouri Ruralist (November 20, 1916): 13. [IMAGE]
—. “Learning to Work Together.” Missouri Ruralist (December 5, 1916): 11. [IMAGE]
—. “Before Santa Claus Came.” Missouri Ruralist (December 20, 1916): 3. [IMAGE]

1917

Advertisement for “Life and Jack London” by Rose Wilder Lane, to be published in Sunset magazine. San Jose Mercury Herald (September 20, 1917): 10. [0231]
Black, Jack. “The Big Break at Folsom,” as told to Rose Wilder Lane. San Francisco Bulletin (January 4 – February 1, 1917).
“Book on Henry Ford is Very Interresting.” Review of Henry Ford’s Own Story by Rose Wilder Lane. San Jose Evening News (March 22, 1917): 3. [0230]
“By the Way.” Review of Henry Ford’s Own Story by Rose Wilder Lane. Outlook 251 (February 1917): 251.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Garden: The Giver of Life.” Oakland (California) Tribune (April 8, 1917): 57. [0209]
—. “Myself.” San Francisco Bulletin (May – June 1917).
—.”And Peter,” sequel to “Myself.” San Francisco Bulletin (August-October 1917).
—.”The City at Night.” San Francisco Bulletin (April 30 – May 16, 1917).
—.”Behind the Scenes in Movieland.” San Francisco Bulletin (October 27 -December 12, 1917).
—. “Out of Prison.” San Francisco Bulletin (February 2 – March 15, 1917).
—. “Life and Jack London.” Sunset 39 (October 1917, continuing into 1918) 17-20, 72-73.
—. Henry Ford’s Own Story. New York: Ellis O. Jones, 1917. [0136]
“Memories of East Retained by Syrians Here.” Letter from Rose Wilder Lane. Syracuse (New York) Herald (July 13, 1917): 24. [0202]
“The Latest Books.” Review of Henry Ford’s Own Story by Rose Wilder Lane. Life Magazine 69 (February 15, 1917): 272, 283.
Review of Henry Ford’s Own Story by Rose Wilder Lane. San Jose Mercury Herald (March 4, 1917): 6. [0229]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “What’s In a Word?” Missouri Ruralist (January 5, 1917): 9.
—. “Giving and Taking Advice.” Missouri Ruralist (January 20, 1917): 9
—. “According to Experts.” Missouri Ruralist (February 5, 1917): 9.
—. “Are You Going Ahead?” Missouri Ruralist (February 20, 1917): 13.
—. “Getting the Worst of It.” Missouri Ruralist (March 5, 1917): 9.
—. “Buy Goods Worth the Price.” Missouri Ruralist (April 5, 1917): 17.
—. “Does ‘Haste Make Waste’?” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1917): 16.
—. “Each in His Place.” Missouri Ruralist (May 5, 1917): 9.
—. “Just Neighbors.” Missouri Ruralist (May 20, 1917): 3.
—. “Doing Our Best.” Missouri Ruralist (June 5, 1917): 13.
—. “Chasing Thistledown.” Missouri Ruralist (June 20, 1917): 12.
—. “A Bouquet of Wildflowers.” Missouri Ruralist (July 20, 1917):13.
—. “Without Representation.” Missouri Ruralist (July 5, 1917): 8.
—. “And a Woman Did It.” Missouri Ruralist (July 20, 1917): 10, 15.
—. “Put Yourself in His Place.” Missouri Ruralist (August 5, 1917): 12.
—. “The War, the Terrible…” Missouri Ruralist (August 20, 1917).
—. “To Buy or Not to Buy.” Missouri Ruralist (September 20, 1917): 18.
—. “Let Us be Just.” Missouri Ruralist (September 5, 1917): 16.
—. “Are We Too Busy?” Missouri Ruralist (October 5, 1917): 12.
—. “Get the Habit of Being Ready.” Missouri Ruralist (October 20, 1917): 41.
—. “Thoughts are Things.” Missouri Ruralist (November 5, 1917): 23.
—. “Everyone Can Do Something.” Missouri Ruralist (November 20, 1917): 16.
—. “If We Only Understood.” Missouri Ruralist (December 1917): 14.

1918

“At the Theaters.” Rose Wilder Lane visits Fatty Arbuckle. Madison (Wisconsin) Capital Times (March 5, 1918): 5. [0192]
“Beating the Devil.” Mentions Henry Ford’s Own Story by Rose Wilder Lane. Life 71 (February 7, 1918): 216.
“Biography of Jack London.” Review of Life and Jack London by Rose Wilder Lane. Oakland (California) Tribune (January 6, 1918): 18. [0187]
Case, John F. “Let’s Visit Mrs. Wilder.” Missouri Ruralist (20 February 1918): 15.
“Home Campaign is Launched by Realty Men.” (and Rose Wilder Lane). San Jose Evening News (February 28, 1918): 8. [0232]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Mars in the Movies.” Sunset 40 (February 1918): 39-42.
—. “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars!” Sunset 40 (January 1918): 38-41.
—.”How I Became a Great Actress.” Sunset 39 (April, 1918): 35-38.
—. “The Embattled Farmers.” San Francisco Bulletin (1918).
—. “The Food Question.” San Francisco Bulletin (January 1918).
—. “Diverging Roads.” Sunset (serial 1918-1919).
—. “Magazine Writer Visits Arbuckle – Finds Him Serious.” Manitoba (Winnipeg) Free Press (February 16, 1918): 59. [0190]
—. “Santa Clara Farmers, Become Business Men, Tell Pilgrim How It Was Done.” San Jose Mercury Herald (May 18, 1918): 6. [0122]
—. “The Girls They Leave Behind Them.” Sunset 41 (November 1918): 36-8.
—. “Rose Wilder Lane, by Herself.” (portrait) Sunset 41 (November 1918): 26.
—. Sausalito Diary, July 12 – September 28, 1918. (unpublished) [0212]
“What Americans Must Do.” About Jack London and Rose Wilder Lane. Ogden (Utah) Standard (January 24, 1918): 4.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Make a New Beginning.” Missouri Ruralist (January 5, 1918): 12.
—. “Santa Claus at the Front.” Missouri Ruralist (January 20, 1918): 16.
—. “Victory May Depend on You.” Missouri Ruralist (February 20, 1918): 13.
—. “Make Your Dreams Come True!” Missouri Ruralist (February 5, 1918): 12-13.
—. “Keep Journeying On.” Missouri Ruralist (March 5, 1918): 10-11.
—. “Make Every Minute Count.” Missouri Ruralist (March 20, 1918): 13.
—. “Visit ‘Show You’ Farm.” Missouri Ruralist (March 20, 1918): 20-21.
—. “What Would You Do?” Missouri Ruralist (April 5, 1918): 12.
—. “We Must Not Be Small Now.” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1918): 11.
—. “What the War Means to Women.” Missouri Ruralist (May 5, 1918): 10-11.
—. “How About the Home Front?” Missouri Ruralist (May 20, 1918): 10.
—. “New Day for Women.” Missouri Ruralist (June 5, 1918): 12-13.
—. “Do the Right Thing Always.” Missouri Ruralist (June 20, 1918): 11.
—. “Are you Helping or Hindering?” Missouri Ruralist (July 20, 1918).
—. “Overcoming Our Difficulties.” Missouri Ruralist (August 20, 1918): 11.
—. “Swearing is a Foolish Habit.” Missouri Ruralist (August 5, 1918): 10.
—. “When Proverbs Get Together.” Missouri Ruralist (September 5, 1918): 11.
—. “What Days in Which to Live!” Missouri Ruralist (September 20, 1918): 15.
—. “Your Code of Honor.” Missouri Ruralist (October 5, 1918): 26.
—. “Early Training Counts Most.” Missouri Ruralist (October 20, 1918): 13.
—. “Opportunity.” Missouri Ruralist (November 5, 1918): 26.
—. “San Marino is Small But Mighty.” Missouri Ruralist (December 5, 1918): 22.
—. “The American Spirit.” Missouri Ruralist (December 20, 1918): 11.

1919

Advertisement for Diverging Roads by Rose Wilder Lane. The Dial LXVI (March 22, 1919): 275.
“Bay Cities’ Writers and Authors in New York.” Mention of Rose Wilder Lane. Oakland Tribune (April 6, 1919): 4. [0197]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Out of the East Christ Came.” Good Housekeeping 69 (November 1919): 38+.
—. “America Enters Jerusalem.” Ladies Home Journal 36 (April 1919): 7-8.
—. “A Bit of Gray in a Blue Sky.” Ladies Home Journal 36 (August 1919): 33. [0311]
—. Diverging Roads. New York: The Century Company, 1919. [0130]
—. “Strange as Foreign Places.” McCall’s (September 1919).
O’Brien, Frederick. “Flowing Kava Bowl.” Edited by Rose Wilder Lane. Asia 19 (July 1919): 638-44.
—. “My Darling Hope.” Edited by Rose Wilder Lane. Asia 19 (July 1919): 692-3.
—. White Shadows in the South Seas. Ghostwritten by Rose Wilder Lane. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1919. [0226]
—. “Atuona Goes to Church.” Edited by Rose Wilder Lane. Asia 19 (September 1919): 830-5.
—. “The Passing of the Men of Ahao.” Edited by Rose Wilder Lane. Asia (1919).
Review of Diverging Roads by Rose Wilder Lane. Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine LXXIII (May 1919): 463.
Review of Diverging Roads by Rose Wilder Lane. Galveston (Texas) Daily News (August 17, 1919): 11. [0178]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “A Few Minutes With a Poet.” Missouri Ruralist (January 5, 1919): 19.
—. “Let’s Revive the Old Amusements.” Missouri Ruralist (January 20, 1919): 24.
—. “Mrs. Jones Takes the Rest Cure.” Missouri Ruralist (February 5, 1919): 24.
—. “Work Makes Life Interesting.” Missouri Ruralist (February 20, 1919): 42.
—. “Friendship Must be Wooed.” Missouri Ruralist (March 5, 1919): 44.
—. “Here’s The Farm Loan Plan.” Missouri Ruralist (March 20, 1919): 11.
—. “Keep the Saving Habit.” Missouri Ruralist (March 20, 1919): 25.
—. “Who’ll Do the Women’s Work?” Missouri Ruralist (April 5, 1919): 25.
—. “Women’s Duty at the Polls.” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1919): 36.
—. “They Wrote to Mrs. Wilder.” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1919): 21.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (May 5, 1919): 26. 35.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (May 20, 1919): 21.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (June 5, 1919): 23.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (June 20, 1919): 19, 21.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (July 5, 1919): 19.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (July 20, 1919): 29.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (August 5, 1919): 20.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (September 5, 1919): 32.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (September 20, 1919): 44.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (October 5, 1919): 23.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (October 20, 1919): 22.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (November 5, 1919): 17.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (November 20, 1919): 34.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (December 5, 1919): 33.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (December 20, 1919): 27.
—. “Whom Will You Marry?” McCalls (June 1919).

1920

Bernhardt, Lysiane. “Ma Grandmere Sarah Bernhardt.” Translated by Rose Wilder Lane. McCall’s (November 1920): 5, 20.
Case, John. “Five Dollar Prize for Women.” Missouri Ruralist (October 20, 1920): 34.
“Hoover Boomed For President.” Visit by Rose Wilder Lane. Le Grand (Iowa) Reporter (January 30, 1920): 1. [0189]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Basil the Monk.” Junior Red Cross Bulletin (November 1920).
—. “The Bubble.” McCall’s (September 1920).
—. “The Children’s Crusade.” Good Housekeeping 71 (November 1920): 20-1, 175-183.
—. “Insidious Enemy.” Good Housekeeping 71 (December 1920): 30-1+.
—. “The Joys of a Journey Home.” Le Grand (Iowa) Reporter XI (March 12, 1920): 1. Article about Kansas City, reprinted from San Francisco Call. [0193]
—. “The Joys of a Journey Home.” Le Grand (Iowa) Reporter XI (March 19, 1920): 1. Article about Topeka, reprinted from San Francisco Call. [0195]
—. “O Lala the Gambler.” Century 98 (August 1919): 446-54.
—. The Making of Herbert Hoover. New York: The Century Co., 1920. [0134]
—. “Mother Number 22,999.” Good Housekeeping 70 (March 1920): 22-3.
—. “Stanyke’s Christmas Eve.” Junior Red Cross Bulletin (December 1920).
—. “To the Unknown.” McCall’s (October 1920). Reprinted in Lowell (Massachusetts) Sun (November 27, 1920): 6. [0108]
—. Translated for Sarah Bernhardt. “The Untold Story.” McCall’s (May 1920): 14-15, 44, 68.
— .Translated for Sarah Bernhardt. “Hearts Unreasoning.” McCall’s (December 1920): 8-9, 39-42, 49.
—, and Charles K. Field. “Making of Herbert Hoover.” Sunset 44 (1920): 24-8 April, 23-6 May, 39-42 June, Sunset 45 (1920) 43-46 July, 42-44 August, 40-42 September.
Review of The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane. Oakland (California) Tribune (November 14, 1920): 4-D.[0208]
“Rose Wilder Lane Takes Good Natured Poke at Marshalltown in ‘Frisco Paper.” Le Grand (Iowa) Reporter (April 30, 1920): 1, 4. [0198]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (January 5, 1920): 45.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (January 20, 1920): 41.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (February 5, 1920): 36.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (February 20, 1920): 40.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (March 5, 1920): 36.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (March 20, 1920): 39.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (April 5, 1920): 34.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (April 20, 1920: 27.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (May 5, 1920): 39.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (June 5, 1920): 27.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (July 20, 1920): 29.
—. “We Visit Arabia.” Missouri Ruralist (August 5, 1920):23+.
—. “Now We Visit Bohemia.” Missouri Ruralist (September 5, 1920): 32.
—. “Now We Visit Bohemia.” Missouri Ruralist (September 20, 1920): 30.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (October 5, 1920): 21.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (October 20, 1920): 34.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (November 5, 1920): 27.
—. “The Farm Home.” Missouri Ruralist (December 5, 1920): 25.

1921

“American Woman Invades Regions Little Known: Writer Tells of Red Cross Relief Work in Balkan Countries.” Portland (Oregon) Morning Oregonian XL (July 31, 1921): 6. [0123]
“An American Girl Who Saves the Skins and Souls of Little Albanians.” Literary Digest 10 (August 6, 1921): 48-49. [0098]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Balkan Peasant an Aristocrat.” Indianapolis Sunday Star (November 6, 1921): 1, 5.
—. “The Boy Cobbler of Albania.” Junior Red Cross Bulletin (November 1921).
—. “Come With Me to Europe.” San Francisco Call & Post (February–July 1921).
—, tr. “Daughter of Normandy.” McCall’s (March 1921): 9-10, 62-63.
—. “Desert Sands.” (manuscript).
—, tr. “Heart of the Rose.” McCall’s (February 1921): 10-11, 52-53.
—. “A Letter From Europe.” American Red Cross (1921). Reprinted in the Olean (New York) Evening Herald (May 25, 1921): 3. [0200]
—, tr. “My Uncle Ter-Barsegh.A.Ohanian.” Asia 21 (December 1921): 998-9.
—. “Polish Women Win Power and Promise to Organize Army.” Indianapolis Star (September 4, 1921): 46. [0203]
—. “Red Cross Worker Describes Unique Invasion of Europe.” San Jose Mercury Herald (November 4, 1921): 9. [0221]
—. “Red Cross Worker Writes of Picturesque Balkan Peasant.” San Jose Mercury Herald (November 3, 1921): 16.
—, tr. “Temptation.” McCall’s (January 1921): 9-10, 30, 40.
—. “The Untold Story.” McCall’s (May 1921): 14+.
—. “World’s Strangest People.” San Francisco Call & Post (1921).
—. Diary, 1921. (unpublished) [0214]
—. Reading Notes, 1921. (unpublished) [0215]
Review of The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane. Outlook (June 15, 1921): 296.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Dear Farm Women.” Missouri Ruralist (January 5, 1921): 7.
—. “We Visit Paris Now.” Missouri Ruralist (January 5, 1921): 23.
—. “The Roads Women Travel.” Missouri Ruralist (February 1, 1921): 17.
—. “We Visit Poland.” Missouri Ruralist (February 15, 1921).
—. “Women and Real Politics.” Missouri Ruralist (April 15, 1921): 29.
—. “Pioneering On an Ozark Farm.” Missouri Ruralist (June 1, 1921): 1.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (June 15, 1921): 17.
—. “From a Farm Woman to you.” Missouri Ruralist (July 1, 1921): 12.
—. “When Grandma Pioneered.” Missouri Ruralist (August 1, 1921): 20.
—. ” Mother, a Magic Word.” Missouri Ruralist (September 1, 1921): 20.
—. “A Homey Chat for Mothers: Are You Your Child’s Confidant?” Missouri Ruralist (September 15, 1921): 14.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (November 1, 1921): 24.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (November 15, 1921): 21.

1922

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Adventures of Rose Wilder Lane.” San Francisco Call & Post (June – September 1922).
—, tr. “Dancer of Shamakha.” Asia 22 (1922): 251-6 April, 339-44 May, 447-52 June, 534-9 July, 619-24 August.
—. “Day in Sarajevo.” World Traveler (ca. 1922). Manuscript from Herbert Hoover Library. [0314]
—. “Gray Sweaters Work Miracles: What American Garments are Doing for Albania.” Pinedale (Wyoming) Roundup (September 7, 1922): 5. [0185]
—. “Innocence.” Harper’s 144 (April 1922): 577-84. [0309]
—. “Ragusa the Sleeping Beauty.” World Traveler (October 1922): 8-10, 36-38.
—. “Sadik Hassen of the Mati.”
Junior Red Cross Bulletin (December 1922).
O’Brien, Frederick. “Some Famous Vagabonds.” The Mentor 10 (August, 1922): 3-12, 29-30.
“Progress Claims Famed Shacks on Telegraph Hill.” Oakland (California) Tribune (November 10, 1922): B-21. [0205]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (January 1, 1922): 20.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (February 1, 1922): 26.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (March 1, 1922): 28.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (March 15, 1922): 26.
—. “As in Days of Old.” Missouri Ruralist (April 15, 1922): 36.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (May 1, 1922): 14.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (June 15, 1922): 22.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (July 1, 1922): 29.
—. “How the Findleys Invest Their Money: These Missouri Parents Figure that Education of Their Boys and Girls Pay Bigger Dividends Than Pretty Clothes and Frivolous Pastimes.” Missouri Ruralist (August 1, 1922): 1
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (August 15, 1922): 27.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (September 1, 1922): 20, 22.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (October 15, 1922): 27.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (November 1, 1922): 20.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (November 15, 1922): 26.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (December 1, 1922): 22.

1923

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Budapest For a Bath.” World Traveler (May 1923): 20-22, 41-42, 44. Reprinted in Lauters’ The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane.
—. “Cling to Ancient Custom: Albanian Tribal Laws Govern Behavior as They Have Done Throughout the Centuries.” Le Grand (Iowa) Reporter (June 15, 1923): 7. [0125]
—. “Cling to Ancient Custom: Albanian Tribal Laws Govern Behavior as They Have Done Throughout the Centuries.” Kingston Daily Freeman (June 14, 1923): 17. [0124]
—. “Edelweiss on Chafa Shalit.” Harper’s 147 (November 1923): 762-8. [0316]
—. “No Land Great While Its Women Go Veiled.” Kansas City Star (May 13, 1923): 10-F. Reprinted from World Traveler Magazine. [0199]
—. “Unknown Albania.” World Traveler XV (March 1923): 20-22, 44-47.
—. “Padre Luigi of Kiri.” Harper’s 147 (June 1923): 17-27. [0317]
—. “Peasant and Priest in Soviet Armenia.” Asia 23 (July1923): 494-8.
—. Peaks of Shala. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1923. [0129]
—. “World Travelogues.” San Francisco Call & Post (April 10, 1923).
“No Wonder Mrs. Bonaparte Wouldn’t Be Albania’s Queen.” Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner (October 21, 1923): 1. Contains photograph of Rose Wilder Lane. [0181]
Saunders, Hortense. “You’ll Find World Champ Beauty Down in Albania, is Fond of Outdoor Life.” The Zanesville (Ohio) Signal (December 28, 1923): 11. [0120]
“Shieks and Such.” Review of Peaks of Shala by Rose Wilder Lane. The Bookman: A Review of Books and Life (July 1923): 546.
“Wanderings Among the Hill Tribes of Albania.” Kansas City Star (June 30, 1923): 5. [0139]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Hitching Up for Family Team Work.” Missouri Ruralist (January 15, 1923): 1.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (January 1, 1923): 20.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (April 1, 1923): 30.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (April 15, 1923): 32.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (May 15, 1923): 22.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (July 1, 1923): 16.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (August 1, 1923): 22.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (November 1, 1923): 22.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (November 15, 1923): 16.
—. “What Makes My County Great, And Why I’m proud to be a citizen.” Missouri Ruralist (December 1, 1923): 1, 12.

Note: Books and articles published in the United States during or prior to the year 1923 are in the Public Domain.

1924

“About Folks You Know.” Rose Wilder Lane And Mrs. A.J. Wilder mentioned in segment titled “An Ozark Writer,” about another area author. Missouri Ruralist (September 1, 1924): 11.
“Among Our Contributors.” The Independent (December 27, 1924): 585.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “An Adventure With Bandits.” World Traveler XVI (December 1924): 14-15, 38, 40-42.
—. “An Armenian Christmas.” Tyrone (Pennsylvania) Daily Herald (December 22, 1924): 7. [0140]
—. “Autumn.” Harper’s Monthly Magazine 149 (June 1924): 82-7. [0318]
—. “Baalbek: Built by Giants.” World Traveler XVI (March 1924): 19-21, 60, 62.
—. “The Business of Being a Bonne.” World Traveler XVI (April 1924): 30, 36, 38.
—. “Christmas in Erivan.” Good Housekeeping 79 (December 1924): 48+.
—. “Egypt Smiles.” World Traveler (January 1924): 9-11, 38, 40, 42. [0334]
—. “Of a Pilgrimage to Mecca.” Independent 113 (December 27, 1924): 567-8.
—. “Under the Spell of Brittany.” World Traveler (April 1924): 7-9, 48-49.
—. “Veal Cutlets.” Harper’s 149 (September 1924): 542-3. [0319]
“Literary Driftwood.”About Rose Wilder. The Atlanta Constitution (November 30, 1924): 51.
“Rose Lane Suing Frederick O’Brien.” San Antonio Light (November 12, 1924): 1.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “The Fairs That Build Men: Where Citizens of Tomorrow Are Trained.” Missouri Ruralist (January 15, 1924): 23.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (January 1, 1924): 34.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (January 15, 1924): 20.
—. “Turkeys Bring $1,000 a Year: Where Secret of Success Is ‘Love Them.” Missouri Ruralist (February 1, 1924): 26-27.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (February 1, 1924): 39.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (March 1, 1924): 31.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks. ” Missouri Ruralist (April 1, 1924): 31.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (May 15, 1924): 16.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (June 1, 1924): 16.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (June 15, 1924): 16.
—. “As a Farm Woman Thinks.” Missouri Ruralist (December 15, 1924): 16.

1925

“About Folks You Know.” Rose Wilder Lane mentioned. Missouri Ruralist (April 15, 1925).
“Announcement of Awards in the Fourth and Last Competition of the Harper Short Story Contest.” Honorable Mention received by Rose Wilder Lane for “Blue Bead.” Harpers (April 1925): 638. [0320]
Anderson, Sherwood. Dark Laughter. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1925, 170-186.
Carpenter, Martha Quiner. Unpublished letters to Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1925. Herbert Hoover Library.
“Famous Writer Speculates on Originator of Jazz.” Article about Rose Wilder Lane. Hamilton (Ohio) Daily News (March 14, 1925): 11. [0194]
“Greatest Blessings Are Wife, Motherhood, Noted Writer Contends.” Woodland (California) Daily Democrat (February 24, 1925): 2. [0191]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Across the Editor’s Desk.” Sunset 55 (August 1925): 53.
—. “The Blue Bead.” Harper’s 151 (June 1925): 34-46. [0321]
—. “Drought.” Country Gentleman (October 1925) 14-15, 151-153.
—. “The Five-Tine Fork.” Country Gentleman (1925).
—. “The Footprint.” Country Gentleman (March 21, 1925): 10-11, 44, 46, 48.
—. “That Foreigner at Lathrop’s.” Country Gentleman (June 27, 1925): 6-7, 43, 45.
—. “Handsome Is As Handsome Does.” Country Gentleman (April 25, 1925): 4-5, 40-41.
—. He Was a Man. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1925. [0291]
—. “The Hill Billy Comes to Town.” Country Gentlemen (January 17, 1925): 6-7, 37-38.
—. “Hill Billy Pride.” Country Gentleman (December, 1925): 15, 85-87.
—. “If I Could Live My Life Over Again.” Cosmopolitan 78 (March 1925): 32-33, 178-179. [0128]
—. “New Woman in Turkey.” Woman Citizen 9 (February 7, 1925): 15.
—. “A Place in the Country.” Country Gentleman (March 14, 1925): 3-4, 26.
—. “Portrait.” Woman Citizen 9 (April 18, 1925): 23.
—. “The Screen-Door.” Harper’s 151 (October 1925): 630-1. [0322]
—. “Snake in the Grass.” Country Gentleman (August 15, 1925): 4-5, 38-40.
—. “Thirty-Mile Neighbors.” Country Gentleman (May 16, 1925): 5, 32-33.
—. “What the American Woman Thinks: New Women in Turkey.” Woman Citizen (February 7, 1925). [0114]
“Missouri Author Writes a Novel on Jack London.” Kansas City Star (June 27, 1925): 4. [0186]
“Rose Wilder Lane Describes Her Novel.” Helena (Montana) Independent (June 14, 1925): 16.
“Rose Wilder Lane on her way to Albania.” Oakland Tribune (October 12, 1925): 21.
“Shows Talent as Writer. Miss Helen D. Boylston Studying with Rose Wilder Lane in Missouri.” Portsmouth (New Hampshire) Herald (August 17, 1925): 4. [0184]
Sinclair, Upton. “Memories of Jack London.” About Rose Wilder Lane’s biography of Jack London. San Antonio Express (March 29, 1925): A-15. [0196]
“The Heart and Home of Rose Wilder Lane.” Kansas City Star Magazine (June 28, 1925): 8, 19. [0180]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Unpublished letter to Martha Quiner Carpenter. Herbert Hoover Library, Laura Ingalls Wilder Papers (June 22, 1925).
—. “My Ozark Kitchen.” Country Gentleman XC (January, 1925): 21-22. [0329]
—. “The Farm Dining Room.” Country Gentleman XC (June 13, 1925): 21-22. [0328]

1926

“History of Badger Township.” South Dakota Historical Collections 13 (1926): 158-180.
Lane, Rose Wilder. A Man of the Hills. London: Thornton, Butterworth Limited, 1926.
—. “Frolic At Smilin’ Jim’s.” Country Gentleman (May, 1926): 10-11, 86, 88, 91.
—. Hill-Billy. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1926. [0135]
—. “In Zenobia’s City.” World Traveler (August 1926): 36-37, 48, 60.
—. “I, Rose Wilder Lane, Am the Only Truly Happy Person I Know, And I Discovered the Secret of Happiness the Day I Tried to Kill Myself…” Cosmopolitan 79 (June 1926): 42-43, 140.
—. “My Beauty Beliefs.” Frederick (Maryland) Daily News (May 8, 1926): 9. [0141]
—. “Prairie Hollow Singing.” Country Gentleman (February 1926): 15-16, 135-136, 139.
—. “Thanksgiving.” Country Gentleman (November 1926): 6-7, 136, 139-140.
—. “The Walnut Tree.” Country Gentleman (1926).
—. “My Albanian Garden.” November 1-15, 1926. (unpublished) [0213]
Review of Hill-Billy by Rose Wilder Lane. Waterloo (Iowa) Evening Courier (June 26, 1926): 16.
“Sailed On Saturday for Albania.” (Rose Wilder Lane) Portsmouth (New Hampshire) Herald (March 22, 1926): 6. [0207]

1927

“Crude War Methods Used in Albania.” Rose Wilder Lane writes. San Antonio (Texas) Light (January 2, 1927): 5-A. [0142]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “What the Albanians Think of America.” Travel 48 (February 1927): 21-5.
—. “Yarbwoman: Story.” Harper’s 155 (July 1927): 210-21. [0323]
—. “And on Earth, Peace, Good Will.” Country Gentleman (December 1927): 13-14, 34, 37-38. [0109]
Randolph, Vance. “The Ozark Dialect in Fiction.” American Speech 2 (March 1927): 283-289.
“Seeker After the Unusual- Rose Wilder Lane.” Contains excerpt from “Yarbwoman.” Current Literature 3 (September 26-30, 1927): 1.

1928

“‘Annoyed’: Rose Wilder Lane in Forum. Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail (March 4, 1928): 6. [0143]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “How Can You Hold the Man You Love?” Pictorial Review 29 (May 1928): 18.
—. “One Thing in Common.” Ladies Home Journal 45 (September 1928): 5.
—. “Easy Idealism.” Letter to the editor, Forum (1928).
—. “Good Roads.” Country Gentleman (October, 1928): 6-7, 42, 45-46.
—. “How I Wrote Yarbwoman.” The Writer (1928).
—. Cindy. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1928. [0133]
—. “Gold Digger.” (manuscript) Herbert Hoover Library, 1928.
Review of Cindy by Rose Wilder Lane. Salt Lake Tribune (November 25, 1928): 10. [0144]

1929

“Dismissed from hospital.” (Nate Dow) Evening Huronite, Huron, South Dakota. (June 20, 1929): page 2, column 2. [0062]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “The Ruction In Eden.”
Country Gentleman (1929).
—. “Gypsy Trail.” Ladies Home Journal 46 (February 1929): 14-15.
—. “Harvest.” Harper’s 158 (January 1929): 226-38. [0324]
—. “Innocence.” Fitchburg (Massachusetts) Sentinel (August 6, 1929): 11. [0145]
—. “Winding Road: Story.” Ladies Home Journal 46 (November 1929): 16-17.
—. “Portrait.” Woman’s Journal 14 (January 1929): 34.
—. “Village Maiden.” Unpublished manuscript. Herbert Hoover Library, Lane Papers, Box 44.
“Manchester Man (Nate Dow) in Minneapolis Hospital.” The Evening Huronite, Huron, South Dakota (May 22, 1929): page 2, column 1. [0063]
“Wilder Memorial in India.” (about Wilder ancestors) Missionary Review of the World 52 (October 1929): 777-8.

1930

“By Way of Introduction.” The North American Review 230 (September 1930): 5.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “I Live in a Small Town.” Pictorial Review 31 (February 1930): 4, 96, 98, 100, 124.
—. “Reynard Runs.” North American Review 230 (September 1930): 354-60. [0003]
—. “A Methodist Lady.” Unpublished Manuscript, HH Library, Lane Papers, Box 36.
“O. Henry Prize Story: ‘Innocence’ by Rose Wilder Lane.” (Chicago, Illinois) Southtown Economist (August 15, 1930): 4. [0146]
“On Trip Abroad.” (Boylston) Portsmouth (New Hampshire) Herald & Times (January 21, 1930): 1. [0147]
“Ozark Writers Elect.” San Antonio Express (June 8, 1930): 15.
“Magazine Writer Was Born Near Manchester (South Dakota).” Evening Huronite (February 12, 1931): page 2, column 1. [0099]
“Mrs. Joseph Boylston Gives Entertaining Travel Talk.” Portsmouth (New Jersey) Herald (May 24, 1930): 8.
Rose Wilder Lane quoted from Pictorial Review in “The Critical Circus” by George Jean Nathan. Forum and Century LXXXIV (July 1930): 58
Wilder, Laura Ingalls and Rose Wilder Lane. “When Grandma Was a Little Girl.” Unpublished manuscript. Herbert Hoover Library, Lane Papers. [0308]

1931

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Autobiographical Sketch.” Good Housekeeping 92 (February 1931): 82.
—. “A Man in the House: Story.” Good Housekeeping 92 (March 1931): 64-7.
—. “Paid In Full.” Country Gentleman (May 1931).
—. “A Spool of Thread.” Unpublished manuscript (1931). HH Library, Lane Papers.
“Magazine Writer Was Born Near Manchester.” Evening Huronite (February 12, 1931): 2.
Randolph, Vance. “Recent Fiction and the Ozark Dialect.” American Speech 6 (August 1931): 425-428.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Spic, Span—and Beauty: How a Home Responds to Springtime Touches.” Missouri Ruralist (April 1, 1931): 5, 12.

1932

“Book For Children Is Written By Former South Dakota Woman.” Review of Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder, personal info on Carrie and Grace. The Evening Huronite (May 7, 1932): 7. [0179]
Evans, Nancy. Review of Little House in the Big Woods. Booklist 28 (June 1932): 439.
Hirschl, Jessie. “Recapturing Rapture,” review of Little House in the Big Woods. New York Herald Tribune Books (June 12, 1932): IX, 5.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “The Dog Wolf.” Good Housekeeping 94 (March 1932): 50-3, 199-204.
—. “Immoral Woman” Ladies Home Journal 49 (September 1932):14-15.
—. “Let the Hurricane Roar.” Saturday Evening Post 205 (October 22, 1932): 3-5, 14-15 / (October 29, 1932): 14-15, 24-27, 30, 32, 34.
—. “Old Maid.” Saturday Evening Post 205 (July 23, 1932): 10-11.
Moore, Anne Carroll. Review of Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Atlantic Monthly 150 (November 1932): 26.
Review of Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Wilson Library Bulletin 28 (July 1932): 233.
Review of Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Atlantic Bookshelf (November 1932).
Review of Little House in the [Big] Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Bookman 75 (December, 1932): 847.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little House in the Big Woods. Harper & Row, 1932.

1933

Eaton, Anne T. Review of Farmer Boy. New York Times Book Review (November 26, 1933): 15.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Country Jake.” Saturday Evening Post 208 (August 26, 1933): 8-9. [0111]
—. “Hired Girl.” Saturday Evening Post 206 (November 11, 1933): 10-11.
—. “It’s the Sentiment.” Ladies Home Journal 50 (December 1933): 6-7.
—. “Letter to the editor.” Printed following review of Let the Hurricane Roar. Better Homes and Gardens (December, 1933): 19.
—. “A Little Flyer in Inflation.” Harper’s 167 (September 1933): 484-490. [0325]
—. “Portrait.” Better Homes and Gardens 12 (December 1933): 19.
—. Let the Hurricane Roar. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1933.
—. “State’s Evidence.” Country Gentleman (November 1933): 15-16, 57-61.
—. “Wheat and the Great American Desert.” Saturday Evening Post (September 23, 1933): 10-11, 81-82.
—. Young Pioneers. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1933.
Maslin, Marshall. “All of Us.” Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette (March 27, 1933): 4. [0119]
Review of “Let the Hurricane Roar” by Rose Wilder Lane. Kansas City Star (February 25, 1933): 12.
“Rose Wilder Lane.” Kansas City Star (January 21, 1933): 12. Includes photo.
“Rose Wilder Lane warns against returning to nature…” Oakland (California) Tribune (May 28, 1933): 61.
Wallace, Margaret. Review of Let the Hurricane Roar by Rose Wilder Lane. New York Times Book Review (February 26, 1933): 7.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Farmer Boy. New York: Harper & Row, 1933.
—. “Keeping House.” St. Nicholas 60 (August 1933): 473-475.

1934

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Old Fashioned Christmas.” (ca 1934, manuscript). Herbert Hoover Library.
—. “Object Matrimony.” Saturday Evening Post (September 1, 1934): 5-7, 57-58. [342]
—. “Long Skirts.” Saturday Evening Post 207 (September 1, 1934): 5-7.
—. “Pie Supper.” American Magazine 118 (October 1934): 36-38.
—. “Vengeance.” Liberty (February 1934): 28-33.

1935

Article about Rose Wilder Lane. Chillicothe (Missouri)Constitution (May 14, 1935): 3.
“Bound to be Read.” Review of Old Home Town by Rose Wilder Lane. Piqua (Ohio) Daily Call (October 17, 1935): 5.
Display Ad for Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York Times Book Review (December 1, 1935): 22.
Eaton, Anne T. Review of Little House on the Prairie. New York Times Book Review (November 3, 1935): 10.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Dear Little Sister.” Unpublished manuscript, Herbert Hoover Library. [0313]
—. “Thankless Child.” Saturday Evening Post 297 (February 2, 1935): 8-9.
—. “Good Fences.” Country Gentleman (1935).
—. “Nice Old Lady.” Saturday Evening Post 208 (July 6, 1935): 12-13.
—. “Who’s Who and Why.” Saturday Evening Post 6 (July 1935): 30.
—. Old Home Town. Longmans, Green and Company, 1935. Reprint 1963.
—. Review of The Folks by Ruth Suckow. Oakland (California) Tribune (April 28, 1935): 8.
—. “Value of Hard Work.” (manuscript) Herbert Hoover Library.
Review of Little House on the Prairie. Booklist 5 (October 1935): 47.
Review of Old Home Town by Rose Wilder Lane. Forum and Century XCIV (December 1935): 6.
Review of Old Home Town by Rose Wilder Lane. San Antonio Light (October 23, 1935): 2. [0210]
Review of Old Home Town by Rose Wilder Lane. Oakland (California) Tribune (August 4, 1935): 10.
“Turns with the Bookworm.” Rose Wilder Lane writes to provide information about the Bender family. Oakland (California) Tribune (January 6, 1935): 20.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little House on the Prairie. New York: Harper & Row, 1935.
“Writer Visits Paris (Missouri).” Moberly (Missouri) Monitor (September 12, 1935): 7.

1936

“Interesting Address About Economics of Government Is Delivered Here on Tuesday.” Sheboygan Press (March 25, 1936): 17. [0148]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Happy Ending.” Harper’s Bazaar (January 1936): 44, 120-124, 128. (Also draft from HH.)
—. “Christmas Reunion.” Good Housekeeping 103 (December 1936): 44-47+.
—. “Credo.” Saturday Evening Post 208 (March 7, 1936): 5-7+, same in abridged version, Reader’s Digest 28 (May 1936): 1-6. Published in 1936, 1954, and 1977 as Give Me Liberty. [0110]
—. “Horse-and-Buggy Days.” Saturday Evening Post 209 (November 21, 1936): 27, 101-102, 104-107.
—. “Journey’s Beginning.” Saturday Evening Post 209 (September 12, 1936): 12-13.
—. “The Dreadful House.” Country Gentleman (1936): 14-15, 77-81.
—. “A Woman’s Place is in the Home.” (portrait p. 3) Ladies Home Journal 53 (Oct 1936): 3, 18+.
“The Presidency.” Includes Rose Wilder Lane comments about communism. Wisconsin State Journal (October 21, 1936): 4.
Interview with Rose Wilder Lane. Columbia Missourian (May 2, 1936).
Randolph, Vance and Nancy Clemens. “A Fifth Ozark Word List.” American Speech 11 (December 1936): 314-318.

1937

Bianco, Margery. “The Book Corner,” Review of On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder. St. Nicholas (December 1937).
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Home Over Saturday.” Saturday Evening Post 210 (September 11, 1937): 5-7. Reprinted in 1974 by William Anderson.
—. “Silk Dress.” Ladies Home Journal 54 (August 1937): 11-13.
—. “Portrait.” Saturday Evening Post 210 (September 4, 1937): 88.
—. “The Song Without Words.” Ladies Home Journal 54 (March 1937): 11-13.
—. “What Has Happened to Education?” Unpublished manuscript, Herbert Hoover Library. [0312]
Ross, George. “Broadway Warms Up to Summer Visitors.” Ada (Oklahoma) Evening News (July 9, 1937): 8. [0121]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. On the Banks of Plum Creek. New York: Harper & Row, 1937.

1938

Betts, Fred. “Rose Wilder Lane’s Reason for Returning Home.” Syracuse (New York) Herald (June 10, 1938): page 19, columns 1-2. [0106]
“Iron Sod, Iron Men.” Interview with Rose Wilder Lane. The Saturday Evening Post (March 5, 1938): 104. [0118]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “American Jews.” American Mercury 45 (December 1938): 501-502.
—. “(Fathers Make the best Mothers)… And So Do Mothers.” Woman’s Day (April 1938): 6-7, 25.
—. “Don’t Send Your Sons to College.” Woman’s Day (August 1938): 4-5, 44.
—. “Free Land” (serial). The Saturday Evening Post (beginning March 5, 1938).
—. Free Land. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1938.
—. “Don’t Be Afraid to Upholster.” Woman’s Day (October 1938).
—. “Should We Help Our Children Marry?” Woman’s Day (March 1938).
—. “West of Danbury.” Connecticut Nutmeg (June 23, 1938): 1.
—. Letter to the editor. The New York Times (June 5, 1938): 112.
—. Letter to the editor. The New York Times (December 15, 1938).
“Postman’s Holiday.” Appointment of Rose Wilder Lane to editorial staff of the Connecticut Nutmeg. Logansport (Indiana) Press (March 24, 1938): 4.
Rascoe, Burton. “We, the People.” Newsweek (May 9, 1938). Mentions Rose Wilder Lane.
Review of Free Land by Rose Wilder Lane. Newsweek (May 9, 1938).
Review of Free Land by Rose Wilder Lane. Montana Standard (June 4, 1938): 4.
Sokolsky, George E. “Sokolsky Yearns for Days When Men Were Free.” Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner (June 5, 1938): 6-B. [0182]
Thompson, Ralph. Review of Free Land by Rose Wilder Lane. New York Times (May 4, 1938): 21.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Surprise.” Child Life XVII (December 1938): 546-547, 566-567. [0024]
“Writer Hits Government.” Rose Wilder Lane on planned economy. The Nebraska State Journal (December 8, 1938): 2.

1939

Lane, Rose Wilder. “American Revolution, 1939.” Saturday Evening Post 311 (January 7, 1939): 23, 50, 52. [0004]
—. “Drive Like a Woman!” Good Housekeeping 108 (January 1939): 30-1+.
—. “Free Land.” (novel) Saturday Evening Post 210 (1938): portrait 104 March 5; 55-7 March 5; 18-19 March 12; 20-1 March 19; 16-17 March 26; 20-1 April 2; 24-5 April 9; 26 April 16; 27 April 23; excerpt, Scholastic 34 (February 11, 1939): 11-12.
—. “Who Shall Say When We Shall Go to War?” Good Housekeeping 108 (March 1939): 169+.
—. “Biographical note, portrait.” Scholastic 34 (February 11, 1939): 12.
—. “We Women Are Not Good Citizens.” Woman’s Day (March 1939).
—. “Come Into My Kitchen.” Woman’s Day (June 1939).
—. “Country Life.” Cosmopolitan (June 1939).
—. “Don’t Tell Me How to Live My Life.” Woman’s Day (September 1939): 6-8. Typed manuscript “Let’s Be Ourselves Again” from Herbert Hoover Library, Box 31.
—. “Byrd Story.” Woman’s Day (1939). [note: Not found in Woman’s Day archive]
—. “Long May Our Land Be Bright.” Cosmopolitan (August 1939): 25, 115-116.
—. “Own Your Own Home” Woman’s Day (January 1939): 7, 44.
—. “Christmas Customs.” Woman’s Day (December 1939).
—. “The American Home.” Manuscript, Herbert Hoover Library.
—. “Shall We Save It Again”? Letter to the Editor. Forum and Century CI (May 1939): VII.
—. “War: What Women of American Can Do to Prevent It.” Woman’s Day (April 1, 1939): 4-5.
—. “We Who Have Sons.” Woman’s Day (December 1939): 4-5, 41, 44.
—. “Why I am For the People’s Vote on War.” Liberty 16:13 (April 1, 1939): 11-12. [0126]
Rose Wilder Lane mentioned as visiting LaCrosse and the Twin Cities. LaCrosse Tribune and Leader-Press (August 27, 1939): 2.
Rose Wilder Lane mentioned as visiting Pinedale, Wyoming. Pinedale (Wyoming) Roundup (June 27, 1939): 2.
Shawell, Julia. “Fireside Chat With Rose Wilder Lane.” Woman’s World. (September 1939): 16, 22-23. [0100]
“Three Killed on Highway.” Death of Harold David Swanzey. Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, Nebraska (April 17, 1939): page 1, column 5. [0064]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. By the Shores of Silver Lake. New York: Harper & Row, 1939.

1940

Eaton, Anne Thaxter. Review of Little House in the Big Woods, Little House on the Prairie, Farmer Boy, On the Banks of Plum Creek, and By the Shores of Silver Lake in Reading With Children. Viking Press, 1940, p. 176.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “All Men Are Liars.” Woman’s Day (1940). Typed Manuscript, HH Library, Lane Papers, Box 26.
—. “Minnesota Farm Boy.” Woman’s Day (July 1940).
—. “Don’t Marry for Love.” (manuscript) Herbert Hoover Library, 1940.
—. “America Tells Her Story in Needlework, Patchwork.” Woman’s Day, (August 1940).
—. “Everybody’s Making Hooked Rugs.” Woman’s Day (September 1940).
—. “Holiday Tablecloth, Cross Stitch.” Woman’s Day (October 1940).
—. “We Go to a Wedding.” Woman’s Day (June 1940). Typed manuscript in HH Library, Lane Papers, Box 44. [0315]
—. “Wishing You a Merry Christmas.” Woman’s Day (July 1940).
—. “Crochet an Heirloom Coverlet.” Woman’s Day (June 1940).
“Ozarks Live in Anthology.” Review of An Ozark Anthology by Vance Randolph. Oakland Tribune (June 2, 1940): 35.
Review of The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Nation 151 (November 9, 1940): 456.
Review of The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Saturday Review of Literature 23 (November 16, 1940): 22.
Selby, John. “The Literary Guidepost.” Review of An Ozark Anthology, which contains material submitted by Rose Wilder Lane. Gettysburg (Pennsylvania) Times (May 31, 1940): 4. [0183]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. The Long Winter. New York: Harper & Row, 1940.
—. “The Land of Used to Be.” Christian Science Monitor (April 4, 1940): 9. Reprinted by LIW Memorial Society, De Smet.

1941

Eaton, Anne T. Review of Little Town on the Prairie, New York Times Book Review (December 28, 1941): 9.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Knitted Bedspreads that are News.”
Woman’s Day (March 1941): 34-35.
—. “Your Handwriting Never Lies.” Woman’s Day (February 1941): 24, 52+. [My copy incomplete.]
—. “A Question for Americans.” Christian Century 58 (April 23, 1941): 558-9.
—. “This is Crewel Work.” Woman’s Day (April 1941): 25-29.
—. “This is Patch-Work.” Woman’s Day (May 1941): 26-31, 66.
—. “This is Hooking.” Woman’s Day (June 1941).
—. “This is Cross-Stitch.” Woman’s Day (July 1941).
—. “County Fair.” Woman’s Day (August 1941).
—. “This is Knitting.” Woman’s Day (August 1941).
—. “This is Appliqué.” Woman’s Day (September 1941).
—. “This is Quilting.” Woman’s Day (October 1941).
—. “This is Crochet.” Woman’s Day (November 1941).
—. “This is Weaving.” Woman’s Day (December 1941).
Review of The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York Times Book Review (January 26, 1941): 10.
Review of
Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Saturday Review of Literature 24 (December 6, 1941): 15.
Review of Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New Republic 105 (December 15, 1941): 837.
Visit by Carrie Swanzey. Evening Huronite (November 22, 1941): page 3, column 4. [0065]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Little Town on the Prairie. Harper & Row, 1941.

1942

Lane, Rose Wilder. Letter to the editor. “Stop the Mad Dog.” Publication? (July 21, 1942).
—. “The Story of American Needlework.” Woman’s Day (March 1942).
—. “My House In The Country.” Woman’s Day (May 1942): 12-13.
—. “This is Needlepoint.” Woman’s Day (January 1942).
—. “This is Outline.” Woman’s Day (February 1942).
—. “Today’s Crewel.” Woman’s Day (May 1942).
—. “Today’s Appliqué.” Woman’s Day (1942).
—. “Today’s Quilting.” Woman’s Day (July 1942).
—. “Rose Lane Says: Freedom Has Many Meanings but only the Individual Has the Power to Generate It.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 21, 1942): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Facism Can Be Licked Only When Each Person Accepts His Responsibility.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 28, 1942): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Miss Lane Finds Hero in Elevator Operator Who Goes Forth to Die for Freedom.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 5, 1942): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The South Should Find Another Subterfuge to Deny the Vote if the Poll Tax Bill Passed.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 12, 1942): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: By an Ingenious Method of Reasoning, Christians Say Men are Equal in Heaven but Not on Earth.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 19, 1942): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Professional Thinkers Have Divided Equality Into Many Categories, but They Omit Human Equality.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 26, 1942): 12.
Nate Dow in Manchester. Evening Huronite (April 16, 1942): page 6, column 3. [0066]
Nate Dow visiting Huron. Evening Huronite (August 13, 1942): page 8, column 7. [0067]
Review of Little Town on the Prairie. The Horn Book 18 (January 1942): 39.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “The Sugar Snow” from Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder in Childcraft, Volume 5. Chicago: The Quarrie Corporation, 1942, 9-14.

1943

Davis, Mary Gould. “Books for Young People” (includes These Happy Golden Years). Saturday Review of Literature 26 (September 25, 1943): 19-20.
Driscoll, Charles B. “New York Day By Day.” (RWL’s canning shed) The Evening Standard (March 17, 1943): 4.
Eaton, Anne T. Review of These Happy Golden Years. New York Times Book Review (April 4, 1943): 11.
“Herald Tribune Awards Children’s Spring Festival Prizes.” Portrait of Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Publisher’s Weekly 143 (May 22, 1943): 1964-1965. [0025]
Jordan, Alice M. “Scanning the Children’s Books: A Running Survey of New Titles” (mentions These Happy Golden Years). Saturday Review of Literature 26 (May 15, 1943): 28.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Let the Hurricane Roar” (condensation). Reader’s Digest 43 (December 1943): 117-33.
—. The Discovery of Freedom. 1943. Reprint by Fox and Wilkes, 1993.
—. “Rose Lane Says.” Pittsburgh Courier (1943).
—. “Wake Up America! Is Social Security Possible Without Regimentation?” The Evening Standard (June 26, 1943): 2.
—. “What is This – The Gestapo?” National Economic Council (1943).
—. “Rose Lane Says: Human Energy and Individual Freedom Have Made America Great.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 2, 1943): 7.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Now is the Time to Think About ‘Planned Economy; for Post-War World.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 9, 1943): 7.
—. “Rose Lane Says: History of France Shows Little Support for a Real Democracy.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 16, 1943): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The Little Man’s Delusion Creates Tyrants and Makes Possible the ‘Enemy of Mankind.'” Pittsburgh Courier (January 23, 1943): 12.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Labor’s ‘Social Gains’ Make Them Slaves and They Demand Recognition of their Human Rights.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 30, 1943): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Copies of the Courier Could be Used to Educate Whites Along the Lines Suggested by Schuyler.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 6, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The Term ‘Negro’ Presents a Dilemma in the Fight for Human Equality.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 13, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: ‘Race’ and ‘Class’ are Delusions Based on Old World Beliefs.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 20, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: There are No Fantasies About Human Equality: God Made All Equal.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 27, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Every American Should Help to Destroy the Old Superstition That All Men Are Not Created Equal.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 6, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Post-War Planners of 1782 Created Nothing but a ‘Dream World.'” Pittsburgh Courier (March 13, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Man Has Always Believed Some Power Controlled His Destiny and That He is Not Responsible for Fate.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 20, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Americans Need to Discard Their Insane Notion of ‘Race.'” Pittsburgh Courier (March 27, 1943): 15.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Americans Must Once Again Learn that Freedom is Self-Control, Responsibility.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 3, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: American System Points The Way to a Better World in the Future.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 10, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Every Colored American’s Insistence on Equality Has Historic Importance.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 17, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: In Order to Produce A Better World, We Must Understand Human Energy.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 24, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The Answer to Any Problem Is Within the Individual Himself.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 1, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: World Future Depends On Complete Acceptance Of Man’s Equality Creed.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 8, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Freedom Is a God-Given Right for Each Person to Control His Own Energy.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 15, 1943): 6.
—. “There Can Be No Compromise: Man Is Either Free or Not Free.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 22, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: History Proves That Controlled Mankind Dissipates Energy.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 29, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: America Has Proved that Effective Use of Human Energy Leads to a Better World.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 5, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: When Man Discovered His Real Nature, He Created Modern World.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 12, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: America Demonstrates Practical Workings of Living Human Energy.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 19, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Idioc Demands Show Americans Do Not Yet Believe Man Is Free.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 26, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Will Americans Keep the Way to Freedom Open to All Mankind?” Pittsburgh Courier (July 3, 1943); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Pantelleria, An Island in the Mediterranean, Was First of all Race Prejudice.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 10, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Fight for Freedom and Equality Plunged America Into War.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 17, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Europeans Believe the Little People Have No Rights That Deserve Respect.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 24, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Pegler Fights Courageously, But He Does Not Understand What He Is Fighting For.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 31, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Ignore Your Responsibility and You Will Have a Tyrant in the Form of a ‘Mussolini.'” Pittsburgh Courier (August 7, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Modern Education Ignores Fact That Man Is Own Master.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 14, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: America Will Be Saved When the Masses Critically Examine the Spoken Words.” Pittsburgh Courier (Auguts 21, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Humanity’s Problems Can Only Be Solved By Individuals of Moral Worth.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 28, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Americans Ignore Reality In Blinding Attempts to Solve Racial Problem.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 4, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Labor Asked For Security and Now Finds Itself In Slavery Under New Laws.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 18, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Subsidy Payments Will Not Lower the Cost of Living.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 25, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Social Security: A False Principle to Make the Masses of People Docile.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 2, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: These United States Have Proven That All Men Can Live Without War.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 9, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Americans Have Devised Only World-Peace Plan That Will Stop Wars.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 16, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The Worker Who Produces All of America’s Wealth Pays All of the Taxes.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 23, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: A Poor, Penniless Negro Orphan Boy, Robert L. Vann Rose to Great Heights Here.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 30, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Schuyler Is Wrong: Our Society Is Not Based on Moral Corruption.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 6, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Immorality Is a Matter of Individual Choice in Answer to Schuyler.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 13, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalism is Not the Only Realistic Economy That Has Ever Worked.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 27, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalism Has Led the Economic Advance of These United States.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 4, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: In Capitalism the Poor Get Richer and the Rich Get Poorer; Here is Proof.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 11, 1943): 7.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The Results of Using Individual Self-Control Is Called Capitalism.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 18, 1943): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Socialism Does Not Represent the Highest Form of Capitalism.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 25, 1943): 6.
“Let’s Have No Gestapo.” Huntingdon (Pennsylvania) Daily News (August 28, 1943): 4.
“New Deal Gestapo.” Chicago Daily Tribune (August 11, 1943): 16.
“Novelist on Lookout for U.S. Gestapo.” San Antonio Light (August 10, 1943): 12.
“Novelist Accused by FBI Check-UP.” Zanesville (Ohio) Signal (August 11, 1943).
“Post Card Gestapo.” Lima (Ohio) News (August 14, 1943):
Review of These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Horn Book 19 (May 1943): 166, 174.
“Rose Wilder Lane Patriotic: Connecticut Police Report at Request of F.B.I.” Lowell (Massachusetts) Sun (August 9, 1943): 39.
Smith, Irene. “Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Little House Books.” Horn Book 19 (September 1943): 293-306.
“Social Security Is Panned By Author: FBI Investigates Novelists Card.” (Uniontown, Pennsylvania) Morning Herald (August 10, 1943): 5.
“Woman Author Wants to Know If There Is a Gestapo In America.” Port Arthur (Texas) News (August 11, 1943): 19.
“‘What’s This? Gestapo?’ Asks Novelist in Security Quiz.”
Oakland Tribune (August 10, 1943): 15.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. These Happy Golden Years. New York: Harper & Row, 1943.

1944

Duff, Annis. Review of These Happy Golden Years in Bequest of Wings: A Family’s Pleasure with Books. New York: Viking Press, 1944, pp. 126-129.
“Essence of Futility.” Troy (New York) Record (April 10, 1944): 14.
“Gives Up Writing to Become a Farmer.” Council Bluffs (Iowa) Nonpareil (April 5, 1944): 4.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Escape From Regimentation.” Reno Evening Gazette (April 6, 1944): 1.
—. “Thieves of Bari,” Letter to the editor. Newsweek 22 (March 20, 1944): 4+.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Wrong Concept of Government is as Old as Time Itself.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 1, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Proper Function of State is to Use Force to Protect Individual in His Freedom.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 8, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Selfishness is the Very Basis of Human Worth and Human Dignity.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 15, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Our Capitalist Economy is Supplying Food, Arms to Win the Present War.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 22, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Good Writers Needed, But Don’t Write a Novel for a Prize.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 29, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: A Writer’s Sole Job is to Tell the Truth as He Sees It in the Whole Human Life.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 5, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Young Writers Should Study Hard, Develop Strong Self-Reliance.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 12, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: It’s Strange, But True, That Colored Americans Cherish Color Prejudice.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 19, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: A National Service Act Will Not Represent Gain, But Would Mean Slavery.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 26, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Soldier Vote Bill Proves it is Our Weaknesses That Make Our Country Great.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 4, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: I’m Being Practical and See the Negro Only as Another Human Being.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 11, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: A Better World Can Be Made by Ordinary People; Trust Their Common Sense.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 18, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Race Should Be Forgotten in the Writing of Fiction.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 25, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Color Discrimination Does Not Exist on the Fiction Markets.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 1, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalism Does Not Cause Economic Cruelties or Injustices.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 8, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Power of Christianity Can Increase Only by Individual Free Will.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 15, 1944): 9.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Historical Role of Church Was Opposition to Police Power of Pagan State.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 22, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Using Political Power to do Good Has Always Resulted in Disaster.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 29, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says Patience Can Cause Handicap.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 24, 1944): 2.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Time Coming when Confusion of Thinking About Capitalism Will be Seen as Fantastic.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 6, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Controlled Society or Planned Economy Leads to Slavery.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 13, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Nothing but Ghastly Cruelties Can Enforce a Controlled Economy.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 20, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalism is Nearest to Free Economy Than Man Has Ever Created.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 27, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Co-Operatives Another Form of Capitalistic Enterprise of Free Man.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 3, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Do Americans Intend to Go on Acting as Free Persons?” Pittsburgh Courier (June 10, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Money is Not Capital but the Means of Value in Every-Day Wealth.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 17, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Man Must Continually Produce to Get Capital and Economic Freedom.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 24, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Tools of Production Equal to All, But Not capital for Economic Freedom.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 1, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Communism Conceals Fallacy in Philosophy of ‘Economic Equality.'” Pittsburgh Courier (July 8, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Christian Socialism is Static Economy that Destroys Human Energy.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 15, 1944); 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalism Provides Manufacturing Tolls and Economic Equality.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 22, 1944): 6
—. “Rose Lane Says: An Island Incident Proves the Merits of Individual Freedom.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 29, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capital Wealth and Human Brotherhood, Benefits to Mankind.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 5, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capital Welath Must Be Shared and Divided Among Others or Lost.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 12, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Power of Capital Wealth is Not Economic – It is Moral.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 19, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Granting Franchise Raises Production Cost to Consumers.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 26, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalism Does Not Cause Wars, But States’ Economic Monopolies Do.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 2, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Political Power Controls and Protects Human Beings From Atrocious Tyranny.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 9, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: No Living Man (Representing the State) Should Control Actions of Other Men.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 16, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Men Delegate Their Rights to the State for Self-Protection and Hope of Security.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 23, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Man Can Use Knowledge of Nature to Change World of Human Relationships.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 7, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Our Public Officials are not Overseers; They are Servents.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 14, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: We are Prey to Any Demagogue Unless We Know Legal Lines to State’s Lawful Powers.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 21, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Americans Must Not Become Confused Between the State and the Law.” Pittsburgh Courier (October 28, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: We, Average Citizens, Create the Tyranny, and Destroy Ourselves.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 4, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Our Officeholders Must Recognize the Fact that They are Not Rulers of Men.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 11, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Law: the Organization of Man’s Natural Rights of Self-Defense.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 18, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Freedom, or Prosperity or Security are Not Rights Obtained from Man.” Pittsburgh Courier (November 25, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: All ‘Ghastly Cruelties’ Against Human Beings Not Product of Capitalism.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 2, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Laissez-Faire Means Unrestricted Rights to Full Production.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 9, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: The American Way is the Only Way for a Capitalistic Country.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 16, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Protective Tariff is Use of Police Force to Rob All the People.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 23, 1944): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Intellectuals Have Never Given World the Theory of Capitalism.” Pittsburgh Courier (December 30, 1944): 6.
“Mrs. Lane’s Sitdown Strike; Her Charges Challenged.” New Republic 110 (April 24, 1944): 553.
“New Deal Gestapo.” Chicago Daily Tribune (August 11, 1943): 16.
“Rose Wilder Lane Protests Regulations.” Sheboygan Journal (April 4, 1944): 6.
“Rose Wilder Lane Stocks Her Cellar, Walks Out on New Deal.” Berkshire (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Evening Eagle (April 4, 1944): 4.
“Screen News Here and in Hollywood.” The New York Times (March 8, 1944): 16.
“She’s Through: Courier Columnist Retires to New England Farm to Get Away from ‘New Deal’ Nonsense.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 15, 1944): 2.

1945

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Compulsory Military Training: Rose Wilder Lane says Force Won’t Keep the Peace.” Woman’s Day (1945): 29, 86-88.
—. “Rose Lane Says: We Take our Ideas of Capitalism from European Nations.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 6, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: People Attack Capitalism Through Misunderstanding.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 13, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Nations of Freedom of Most Modern ‘Thinkers’ a Delusion.” Pittsburgh Courier (January 20, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: American School System Copy of German – What Can We Expect?” Pittsburgh Courier (January 27, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Rationing is a Form of Tyranny: Governmental Control of Peoples.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 3, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Collier’s Argument for Military Conscription Described as Idiocy.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 10, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Authority as Submitted to in Catholic Church is True Individualism.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 17, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Pressure Groups Uphold the State – are Foes of Capitalism.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 24, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: State is Nothing but Physical Force Used Upon Person.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 3, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Guns Cannot Produce Wealth nor Morality nor Freedom nor Happiness.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 10, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Policy of All Statesmen is to Extend Police Power of the State.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 10, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Stalin’s Views on Capitalism Restricted to Asiatic and European Experience.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 24, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Communists and Fascists Have Same Aims, Differ Only as to Methods.” Pittsburgh Courier (March 31, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Production of Free Men Played Vital Pert in Stopping the Germans at Stalingrad.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 7, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Belief in Dictators is Same as Belief in Power of Fairies.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 14, 1945): 6
—. “Rose Lane Says: Initiation of Stalin’s Police in United States Cause of Current Meat Shortage.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 21, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Communists’ Methods Make Them Tyrants and Soviet Workers Slaves.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 5, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: How Will Men Live, When they Do, in a World of Liberty and Law?” Pittsburgh Courier (May 19, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: In Time Nearly Everyone Will Know that All Men are Born Free and Equal.” Pittsburgh Courier (May 26, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: A Laissez Faire World Will Limit Police Power to Equal Justice Via Law.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 2, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Politicians Run Our Postal Monopoly for Benefit to Their Party.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 9, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: In All the World There is No Book With an Idea on World of Free Persons.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 16, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: To Build Peaceful Human World Big Men Must Have an Idea What they Want.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 23, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Increase in Amount of Freedom Causes Increase in Number of Human Lives.” Pittsburgh Courier (June 30, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: How Seven Million Human Beings Live on a Small Island Covered in Cement.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 7, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Interdependence of All Workers in Capitalistic System is Described.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 14, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Motives of Free Enterprise, Whatever They Are, Create Jobs for Others.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 21, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Observations on the Function of Greed in the Capitalistic System.” Pittsburgh Courier (July 28, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Mrs. Lane Curious as to How Capitalist Turns Labor Into Cash.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 4, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Capitalist Can’t Rob Workers in an Economy Where the Worker is Free.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 11, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Difficult to Convince Socialists that Capitalism, Through Competition, Serves Him.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 18, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Thrilled by Chance to Spend a Dollar Without Having to Get Permission to Do So.” Pittsburgh Courier (August 25, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Danbury’s New Building Regulations Handicap Citizens of Modest Means.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 1, 1945): 6.
—. “Rose Lane Says: Danbury’s New Zoing Rule Indicates How Difficult It Is to Fight for Freedom.” Pittsburgh Courier (September 8, 1945): 6.

1946

     

1947

“Communist Plans.” Mentions Communist Blueprint for World Conquest, edited by Rose Wilder Lane. Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette (July 13, 1947): 6. [0238]
also in Kokomo (Indiana) Tribune (June 9, 1947): 4. [0244]
also in Kingston (New York) Daily Freeman (June 10, 1947): 3. [0245]
also in Bradford (Pennsylvania) Era (June 16, 1947): 6. [0246]
Goodwin, Polly. “Children Pick Authors for Radio Program.” Chicago Daily Tribune (January 5, 1947): G-12.
—. “Tribute Paid Laura Wilder by Children.” Chicago Daily Tribune (February 2, 1947): C-10.
Hoiles, R.C. “A Bomb in Your Home.” Pampa (Texas) Daily News (September 17, 1947): 14. [0247]
—. “Compulsory Education Is Taking Up the Sword.” Pampa (Texas) Daily News (October 7, 1947): 4. [0248]
—. “How Long Is It Since You Read a Textbook?” Pampa (Texas) Daily News (September 17, 1947): 14. [0249]
—. “Why Is It No Public Educator Wants to Defend His Position” in “Common Ground.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (April 10, 1947): 20. [0235]
“Remember 20 Years Ago?” Miami (Oklahoma) Daily News-Record (April 30, 1947): 10. [0236]
“Rose Wilder Lane Answers D. Willferd L. King.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (June 18, 1947): 10. [0240]
“Rose Wilder Lane on Government Price Control.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (July 17, 1947): 4, 8. [0239]
“So They Say.” Contains quotation by Rose Wilder Lane. Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (August 13, 1947): 4. [0237]
also in Helena (Montana) Independent Record (July 28, 1947): 4. [0241]
also in Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner (July 29, 1947): 4. [0242]
also in Ada (Oklahoma) Evening News (July 31, 1947): 3. [0243]
“Woman Industrialist Plans Test of Connecticut’s Curfew Law.” Amarillo (Texas) Daily News (April 8, 1947): 8. [0216]

1948

Camino, Maria. “Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Wilson Library Bulletin 22 (April 1948): 582.
“Harlan (Iowa) Students Receive Letter from Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Oelwein (Iowa) School Register (December 11, 1948): 4. [0250]
Hoiles, R.C. “The Exception.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (February 13, 1948): 6. [0251]
—. “Letter from Robert G. Sproul about debating Rose Wilder Lane.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (March 21, 1948): 14. [0253]
—. “Our Little Conscripts.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (March 23, 1948): 4. [0254]
—. “Our Little Conscripts.” Pampa (Texas) Daily News (March 31, 1948): 8. [0255]
—. “Some Startling Statements by an Educator.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (October 14, 1948): 5. [0256]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Hopes Brightened by Three Letters to the Editor.” Pittsburgh Courier (February 28, 1948): 7.
“Laura Wilder.” Short biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Fresno Bee (June 19, 1948).
“Questions and Answers. Bio of Laura Wilder.” Fresno Bee Republican (June 19, 1948): 14. [0252]

1949

“Death of Almanzo Wilder.” Horn Book 25 (November 1949): 579.
Hoiles, R.C. “Answering the Questions of a Pastor.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (April 26, 1949): 8. [0257]
—. “French Students Predictions On American Education Coming True.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (January 28, 1949): 4. [0258]
—. “‘Human Action’, Strongest Stimulant to Thinking That I Have Got From Print – Rose Wilder Lane.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (October 18, 1949): 4. [0263]
—. “Necessary to Know What Higher Law Is.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (June 24, 1949): 6. [0259]
—. “Rose Wilder Lane Comments on Wealth and Education.” Pampa (Texas) News (May 28, 1949): 8. [0262]
“Laura Ingalls Wilder.” In Current Biography, 1948. New York: H.W. Wilson Company, 1949, 676-677.
Montgomery, Elizabeth Rider. “Never Too Late: Little House in the Big Woods – Wilder, 1932.” In The Story Behind Modern Books. New York: Dodd, Mead, & Company, 1949, 177-181.
“Mrs. Lane Defines Our Intellectuals.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (May 4, 1949): 10. [0261]
“Mrs. Royhl Hostess to Pioneer Daughters.” Huronite and The Daily Plainsman (October 20, 1949): 8. [0260]
“Never Too Late: Little House in the Big Woods – Wilder, 1932″ in The Story Behind Modern Books by Elizabeth Rider Montgomery. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1949, 177-181.
“Obituary, Almanzo J. Wilder.” New York Times (October 29, 1949): 15.
Radio Highlights Announcement of Let the Hurricane Roar by Rose Wilder Lane. Wisconsin State Journal, Madison (October 20, 1949): 15. [0264]
Review of By the Shores of Silver Lake by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Mansfield (Ohio) News-Journal (January 12, 1949): 5.

1950

Hoiles, R.C. “Better Jobs: Good Jobs and Freedom.” (mentions Rose Wilder Lane) Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (December 29, 1950): 7. [0266]
“Know Books by Their Authors.” Sikeston (Missouri) Herald (April 6, 1950): 3.
Lane, Rose Wilder. Untitled article about remodeling Danbury house. For Woman’s Day? Typed manuscript from HH Library, Lane Papers, Box 44. Undated, circa 1949-1950.
—. “Who’s Rude?” Letter to the editors. Saturday Evening Post 223 ( December 16, 1950): 4, 6. [0113]
Laura Ingalls Wilder, brochure published by Pomona Public Library at Pomona, California, 1950.
Letters to the editors, by A.L. Carrad, Wilbur M. Paul, Joseph R. Hirt… Rose Wilder Lane. Saturday Evening Post 223 (December 16, 1950): 4, 6.

1951

“Benefit Events Planned by Citizens-Taxpayers.” (Rose Wilder Lane on committee) Bridgeport (Connecticut) Post (August 30, 1951): 6. [0265]
“Danbury Plans Protest Caravan.” Bridgeport (Connecticut) Post (April 13, 1951): 60. [0269]
“Laura Ingalls Wilder.” in The Junior Book of Authors. 2nd edition, revised. New York: H.W. Wilson Company, 1951, 299-300.
“Noted Novelist Coming.” Traverse City (Michigan) Record Eagle. (July 1, 1950): 3. [0268]
Rose Wilder Lane quoted in “Better Jobs: Good Jobs and Freedom” by R.C. Hoiles. Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (October 19, 1951): 4. [0149]
Rose Wilder Lane quoted in “These Days” by George Sokolsky. Aimes (Iowa) Daily Tribune (February 8, 1951): 5. [0270]
Sokolsky, George E. “Anti-Red List Stirs Comment.” Lubbock (Texas) orning Avalanche (February 12, 1951): 12. [0267]

1952

Rose Wilder Lane quoted in “Better Jobs: Read School Civics Textbooks to Know What the youth Will Believe In” by R.C. Hoiles. Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (April 21, 1952): 6. [0150]
Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: Am I a Product of Public School?” by R.C. Hoiles. Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (September 27, 1952): 2. [0151]
Wenzel, Evelyn, “‘Little House’ Books of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Elementary English 29 (February 1952): 65-74.

1953

Cooper, Bernice. “The Contribution of Laura Ingalls Wilder to Children’s Literature.” Master’s thesis, University of Georgia, 1953.
Dalphin, Marcia. “Christmas in the Little House Books.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 431-5.
Hoiles, R.C. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: PTA Leadership.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (January 5, 1953): page 4, column 3. [0154]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (January 23, 1953): page 4, column 3. [0107]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Job: Are You Afraid of Freedom?” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (May 6, 1953): page 6 column 3.
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: A Politician Tries to Defend Tax Supported Schools.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (May 14, 1953): page 6, column 3. [0157]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: Ostrich ‘Educators.'” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (July 7, 1953): page 4, column 3. [0155]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: An Unlimited Government Slave State Decision in The Turner School Case.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (December 8, 1953): page 4, column 3. [0152]
—. Rose Wilder Lane’s letter to the editor quoted in “Better Jobs: National Education Association Checking Up on Our Statements.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (December 24, 1953): page 4, column 3. [0153]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: The State’s ‘Index’.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (January 23, 1953): 6. [0273]
Kirkus, Virginia. “The Discovery of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 423-30, portrait 426.
“Letters to Laura Ingalls Wilder from all over the World.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 390+.
Lindquist, J.D. “Tribute to Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 411-12.
Moore, Anne Carroll. “Three Owls’ Notebook.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 423-4.
Spindler, Elizabeth. “Librarians Call on Laura Ingalls Wilder.” The Ozarks Mountaineer 2 (July 1953): 7.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Letter to C.E. Kilburn.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 437-8.
Williams, Garth. “Artist’s 6,000 Mile Research to Illustrate ‘Little House’ Books.” Chicago Tribune (November 15, 1953): D-6.
—. “Illustrating the Little House books; trip through the region that formed their background.” Horn Book 29 (December 1953): 413-22.

1954

“Dodging the Answer.” Brownsville (Texas) Herald (August 25, 1954): 4. (Rose Wilder Lane comments about public schools) [0274]
“Gift for Laura Ingalls Wilder; set of dolls representing characters in her Little House stories.” Horn Book 30 (February 1954): 8.
Hoiles, R.C. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: NEA Defense Bulleting Not for Parents.” Brownsville (Texas) Herald (March 30, 1954): 4. [0275]
Johnson, Elizabeth Shepherd. “‘Little Half-Pint’: A Play in Two Acts Based on the Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the ‘Little House’ Books.” Master’s thesis, Texas State College for Women, 1954.
Lane, Rose Wilder. Give Me Liberty. Caldwell, Idaho: The Claxton Printers, 1954.
Lindquist, J.D. “Laura Ingalls Wilder Award.” Horn Book 30 (August, 1954): 210, 423.
“Your Best Book-Friends.” Country Gentleman 124 (March 23, 1954): 144-145.

1955

Hoiles, R.C. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: Christian Values and Economic Life.” Clovis (New Mexico) News Journal (February 2, 1955): 8. [0163]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: ADL’s Attempt to Intimidate Publishers.” Brownsville (Texas) Herald (May 6, 1955): 4. [0164]
—. Rose Wilder Lane recommends book as quoted in “Better Jobs: How Can We Survive?” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (August 15, 1955): page 2, column 3.[0158]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs: Pity The Poor High School Graduates.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (June 14, 1955): 12. [0162]
—. Rose Wilder Lane and Roger Lea MacBride mentioned in “Better Jobs: Treaties Versus The Constitution.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (July 21, 1955): 4A. [0160]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better jobs: The Primary Tyranny.” Clovis (New Mexico) News-Journal (November 8, 1955): 8. [0165]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better jobs: The Primary Tyranny.” Brownsville (Texas) Herald (November 14, 1955): 4. [0166]
—. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Better Jobs:Why Not Federal School Aid?” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (December 22, 1955): 3B. [0159]
Owen, Vid S.L. (Laura & Almanzo Wilder mentioned.) “‘How Sour Were My Grapes’: Picnics Remembered at Lake Thompson.” Kingsbury County Independent (April 1, 1955): page 8, column 4.
Rose Wilder Lane and The Discovery of Freedom mentioned in “Early Days.” Osessa (Texas) American (October 19, 1955): editorial, page 1, columns 1-2. [0068]

1956

“Activities of State’s Famous Native, Adopted People Would Fill Books.” Jefferson City (Missouri) Daily Capital News (November 3, 1956): page 5, columns 6-8. [0072]
Hoiles, R. C. “Better Jobs.” Recommends the “Little House” books. Lima News (March 8, 1956): page 8, columns 1-3. [0071]
—. “Better Jobs.” Rose Wilder Lane recommends book. Clovis News-Journal (July 17, 1956): page 8, columns 1-2. [0070]
—. Rose Wilder Lane recommends book. Lima News (August 27, 1956): page 18, columns 1-2. [0069]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Dramatic Story Tells of Town’s Fight for Liberty, part II.” Lima News (October 1, 1956): page 18, columns 4-5. [0075]
—. “Dramatic Story Tells of Town’s Fight for Liberty, part III.” Lima News (October 3, 1956): page 26, columns 5-6. [0076]
—. “Dramatic Story Tells of Town’s Fight for Liberty, part IV.” Lima News (October 3, 1956): page 34, columns 1-2. [0127]
—. “Dramatic Story Tells of Town’s Fight for Liberty, part V.” Lima News (October 5, 1956): page 51, columns 7-8. [0077]
Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Freedom In Early U.S. Responsible For English.” Brownsville (Texas) Herald (October 17, 1956): page 2, columns 1-2. [0073]
Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Test of Trustworthiness,” in “Better Jobs” by R. C. Hoiles. News (September 10, 1956): page 16, columns 1-2. [0074]
Review of Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Junior Bookshelf (October 1956): 221.
Review of Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York Times Literary Supplement (May 11, 1956): x.

1957

“Author Dies at Home Near Mansfield, Mo.” Jefferson City (Missouri) Post Tribune (February 11, 1957): page 3, column 6. [0080]
Flanagan, Frances. “A Tribute to Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Elementary English 34 (April 1957): 203-13.
Hausner, Les. “Rose Wilder Lane, Noted Author, Former De Smet Area Resident, To Be Honored WIth Memorial.” Huronite and the Daily Plainsman (May 19, 1957): 7, columns 1-3. [0085]
Hoiles, R. C. “Better Jobs.” Mentions a book recommended by Rose Wilder Lane. Brownsville Herald (July 15, 1957): page 4, column 3. [0081]
—. “Better Jobs.” Mentions a book recommended by Rose Wilder Lane. Lima News (July 15, 1957): page 14, column 6. [0082]
—. “Better Jobs.” Mentions a book recommended by Rose Wilder Lane. Odessa American (July 15, 1957): editorial page, column 3. [0083]
—. “Better Jobs.” Mentions a book recommended by Rose Wilder Lane. Pampa Daily News (July 15, 1957): page 6, column 3. [0084]
“Laura I. Wilder, Author, Dies at 90.” New York Times 12 (February 1957): 27.
“Obituary, Helen Sewell.” New York Times (February 26, 1957): 29.
“Obituary, Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Bridgeport Post (February 11, 1957): page 30, column 8. [0078]
“Obituary, Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Bridgeport Post (February 11, 1957): page 30, column 8 (different edition). [0079]
“Obituary, Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Wilson Library Bulletin 31 (April 1957): 592.
“Plans Being Made For Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial At De Smet.” The Huronite and The Daily Plainsman (May 12, 1957): 7.
Review of Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York Times Literary Supplement (November 15, 1957): xvi.

1958

Hector, Mary Louise. “Little House History.” The Critic (April-May 1958): 53-54.
Hoiles, R. C. “Better Jobs.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane and income tax. Lima News (February 25, 1958): page 14, column 6. [0086]
—. “Better Jobs.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane and articles about education. Lima News (March 28, 1958): page 16, column 6. [0088]
Lane, Rose Wilder. Letter to the Editor about governmental controls. Lima News (May 19, 1958): page 11, columns 4-5. [0089]
“‘Property Rights’ Really Don’t Exist.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane. Lima News (July 9, 1958): page 16, column 1. [0087]

1959

“Declamations Announced.” Dramatic reading of a selection from Let the Hurricane Roar by Rose Wilder Lane. Appleton (Wisconsin) Post-Crescent (November 11, 1959): page 11, column 4. [0092]
“Christmas in the Big Woods” from Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder, in Best in Children’s Books, pages 1-23. Garden City, New York: Nelson Doubleday, 1959.
“Freedom and Federalism.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane.
Marysville (California) Appeal-Democrat (December 23, 1959): page 6, column 1. [0091]
Lane, Rose Wilder. Introduction to The Nature of Man and His Government by Robert LeFevre. Mentioned in Clovis News-Journal (August 31, 1959): page 6, columns 5-6. [0090]
LeFevre, Robert. The Nature of Man and his Government. Introduction by Rose Wilder Lane. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1959.
Muir, Jane. “Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1957.” in Famous Modern American Writers. New York: Dodd, Mead, and Co., 1959, 29-38.

1960

“The Cost of Education.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane. Lima (Ohio) News (November 12, 1960): page 6, columns 1-2. [0096]
“The Cost of Education.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane. Colorado Springs Gazette Tribune (September 24, 1960): page 4, columns 1-2. [0097]
Hoiles, R. C. “Better Jobs.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane and socialism. Odessa (Texas) American (March 23, 1960): page 17, column 3. [0094]
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Come Into My Kitchen.” Woman’s Day (October 1960): 60-61, 98-99.
—. Letter to the Editor (about communism). Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (January 2, 1960): page 5, columns 4-6. [0093]
—. “The Story of American Needlework.” Woman’s Day (February 1961): 40-41, 89-90.
Nesbitt, Elizabeth. Review in The Contents of the Basket: And Other Papers on Children’s Books and Reading, edited by Frances Lander Spain. Published by the New York Public Library, 1960, p. 79.
“The Non-Voter.” References letter from Rose Wilder Lane. Lima (Ohio) News (May 19, 1960): page 24, column 1. [0095]

1961

Lane, Rose Wilder. “The Story of American Needlework, #1: Crewel.” Woman’s Day (March 1961): 57-61, 98-99.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #2: Patchwork.” Woman’s Day (April 1961): 36-41, 78, 82-83.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #3: Cross-Stitch.” Woman’s Day (May 1961): 34-37, 78-80.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #4: Hooking.” Woman’s Day (September 1961): 15-20, 60, 65-66.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #5: Knitting.” Woman’s Day (October 1961): 76-79, 104C-D, 104F, 106.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #6: Appliqué.” Woman’s Day (November 1961): 56-61, 84, 86.
–. “The Story of American Needlework, #7: Crochet.” Woman’s Day (December 1961): 60-66, 77-78.
“Missouri Authors.” Jefferson City (Missouri) Daily Capital News (October 4, 1961): 8. [0279]
“Osage teacher is hostess in historic Wilder home.” (about Rocky Ridge Farm) Mason City (Iowa) Globe-Gazette (June 8, 1961): 19. [0277]
“Pepin Birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Winona (Minnesota) Daily News (August 21, 1961).
Review of By the Shores of Silver Lake. The Junior Bookshelf (June 1961): 158.
“Rose Wilder Lane Sets Up Freedom Scholarship.” Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (March 12, 1961): B-16. [0278]
“A Saga of Enterprise.” (mentions Rose Wilder Lane) Lima (Ohio) News (February 11, 1961): 10. [0276]
Watson, Dorothy. “A Rose in June.” Seattle Star (July 26, 1961): B45+.
“Wedding announcement, Roger MacBride / Susan Ford.” New York Times (November 20, 1961): 91.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “School Surprise,” a chapter from Farmer Boy, reprinted in The Grandma Moses Storybook, edited by Nora Kramer. New York: Random House, 1961.

1962

“Child of the West: The Enduring Vision of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” London Times, Literary Supplement, Children’s Book Section (June 1, 1962): 412.
Colwell, Eileen H. “Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Junior Bookshelf 26 (November 1962): 237-43.
Dudley, Charles S. “I Remember.” (RWL and Freedom School) Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (October 10, 1962): 7. [0284]
“Freedom School Dedicates Rose Wilder Lane Hall.” (contains photographs) Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (August 4, 1962): 1. [0281]
“Freedom School Dedication.” (photo of RWL) Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (August 5, 1962): 44. [0282]
Haviland, Virginia. Review of On the Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Horn Book Magazine (December 1962): 614.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “The Story of American Needlework, #8: Quilting.” Woman’s Day (January 1962): 29-32, 61-62.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #9: Embroidery.” Woman’s Day (February 1962): 44-47, 78, 83.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #10: Weaving.” Woman’s Day (March 1962): 52-57, 108.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #11: Needlepoint.” Woman’s Day (April 1962): 29-33, 78-82.
—. “The Story of American Needlework, #12: Candlewicking.” Woman’s Day (May 1962): 36-39, 73, 83, 85.
Review of On the Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Lima (Ohio) News (December 19, 1962): 25. [0283]
Review of The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Junior Bookshelf (October 1962): 207-208.
Review of The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Times Literary Supplement (November 23, 1962): 901.
“Rose Wilder Lane Guest Of Honor at Dedication.” (Rose Wilder Lane Hall at the Freedom School) Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (August 2, 1962): 44. [0280]
“Rose Wilder Lane Hall Named For Human Freedom Field Writer.” (photographs) Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (September 30, 1962): B-1, B-7. [0285]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. On the Way Home. Setting by Rose Wilder Lane. New York: Harper & Row, 1962.

1963

Buell, Ellen Lewis. Review of On the Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The New York Times Book Review (April 14, 1963): 56.
Cooper, Bernice. “The Authenticity of the Historical Background of the ‘Little House’ Books.” Elementary English 40 (November 1963): 696-702.
Johnson, Toki Schalk, women’s editor. Rose Wilder Lane mentioned in “Toki Types About Women Around the World.” Pittsburgh Courier (April 13, 1963): 7.
Kitzmiller, Jacquelyn A. “Laura Ingalls Wilder: Her Life and Work.” Graduate paper, University of Minnesota, 1963.
“How Sweet Our Protection.” (Rose Wilder Lane on winter survival) Lima (Ohio) News (March 21, 1963): 20. [0286]
Lane, Rose Wilder. Woman’s Day Book of American Needlework. 1963.
Mortensen, Louise H. “Idea Inventory.” Elementary English 40 (March 1963): 332-334.
—. “Idea Inventory: The Ingalls of Kansas.” Elementary English 40 (December 1963): 859-861. [0343]
Muller, Charles. “Wagon Trip Puts Another Era in Focus.” Review of On the Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Winona (Minnesota) Daily News (June 2, 1963): 33. [0287]
Review of Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Junior Bookshelf (July 1963): 163.
Review of On the Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Chillocothe (Missouri) Tribune (July 15, 1963): 3.
Review of On the Way Home by Laura Ingalls Wilder. School Library Journal (March 1963): 189.

1964

Anderson, Donald N. “Idea Inventory: Laura’s Wisconsin Relatives – the Quiner Family.” Elementary English 41 (May 1964): 551-53, 557.
—. “Idea Inventory: A Little More About Laura: Her Relatives in Wisconsin.” Elementary English 41 (March 1964): 297-99, 315.
“Kansas Claims Site of “Little House”; Children Honor Laura Ingalls Wilder. Kansas Library Bulletin 33 (March 1964): 13-14. [0345]
Mortensen, Louise H. “Idea Inventory.” Elementary English 41 (February 1964): 171-173. [note: Iowa story]
—. “Idea Inventory.” Elementary English 41 (April 1964): 428-429. [note: RWL letter about age changes in LHP] [0344]
“Question Box.” Rose Wilder Lane on the word “we.” Pampa (Texas) Daily News (May 26, 1964): 14. [0288]
Review of These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Junior Bookshelf (July 1964): 183.
Review of These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Times Literary Supplement (July 9, 1964): 602.
Smith, Dorothy. “Farmer Boy.” Franklin Historical Review 1 (August 1964): 1-10.
Smith, Frances Everett. “Idea Inventory: The Wilders of Malone, New York.” Elementary English 41 (December 1964): 929-932.

1965

Cooper, Bernice. “The Appeal of the ‘Little House’ Books to Children.” Elementary English 42 (1965): 636-638, 643.
Jacobs, William Jay. “Frontier Faith Revisited.” Horn Book 41 (October 1965): 464-73.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “August in Viet Nam.” Woman’s Day (December 1965): 33-35, 89-90, 92-94.
“Profile of Rose Wilder Lane.” Woman’s Day (December 1965): 3.
Smith, Frances Everett, and Dorothy B. Smith. “Idea Inventory: Malone, New York, the Site of Farmer Boy.” Elementary English 42 (January 1965): 69-71, 79.
“Social Security To Destroy Our Government, Says Noted Author.” (RWL photo) Brownsville (Texas) Herald (January 18, 1965): 8. [0289]
Stromdahl, Judith E. “A Lasting Contribution.” Top of the News 21 (January 1965): 111-121.
Viguers, Ruth H. “From Deep Springs.” Horn Book 41 (October 1965): 463-464.

1966

Badeau, John S. and Georgianna G. Stevens, eds. Bread from Stones. Prentice Hall, Inc., 1966.
Hollowell, Lillian, ed. “Laura Ingalls Wilder” in Book of Children’s Literature. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1966, 321, 564. The story “Two Big Bears” is on pages 376-379.
Kies, Carolyn. “Laura and Mary and the 3 R’s.” Peabody Journal of Education 44 (September 1966): 110-113.
“Writers Paid Tribute at Guild Banquet.” (Laura Ingalls Wilder) Jefferson City (Missouri) Post-Tribune (March 30, 1966): 5. [0290]

1967

Anderson, William T. “Researching Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 271-273.
—. The Story of the Ingalls. Davison, Michigan: Anderson Publications, 1967.
Eddins, Doris Kerns. A Teacher’s Tribute to Laura Ingalls Wilder. Washington, D.C.: National Education Association, 1967.
Fried, Margaret. “Detroit Honors Laura.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 278-79.
—. “Pomona Honors Laura.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 280-287.
Gillespie, John and Diana Lembo. Review of These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder in Juniorplots: A Book Talk Manual for Teachers and Librarians. R.R. Bowker Co., 1967, pp. 123-124.
Kirkus, Virginia. “Discovering Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 266-267.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Declaration for All Times.” Rally (1967).
“Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1967.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 265-82. [note: see entries for separate articles]
Laura Ingalls Wilder Centenary Celebration. Pomona, California: Pomona Public Library, 1967.
Lichty, Irene V. “The Laura Ingalls Wilder Home and Museum.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 274-277.
Nordstrom, Ursula. “Re-Issuing the Wilder Books.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 267-268.
Viguers, Ruth H. “Books, Children and Women.” Horn Book 43 (April 1967): 152-153.
Williams, Garth. “Illustrating the Little House Books.” Top of the News 23 (April 1967): 269-270.
Wilner, Isabel. “Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Bookbird 5 (September 1967): 34-36.

1968

Anderson, William T. Laura Wilder of Mansfield. Davison, Michigan: Anderson Publications, 1968.
Brian Doyle, ed. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Who’s Who of Children’s Literature. New York: Schocken books, 1968, 292-93.
“Noted Journalist Mrs. Lane Dies.” Obituary for Rose Wilder Lane. Brownsville (Texas) Herald (October 31, 1968): Section MK.
Obituary for Rose Wilder Lane. The New York Times (November 1, 1968): 47.
St. John, Katherine E. “Bio-bibliography of Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957),” Master’s thesis, Catholic University of America, 1968.
“Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Her Little House Books.” Much Majesty (1968).

1969

Arbuthnot, May Hill. In Children’s Reading in the Home. New York: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1969, pp. 132-133.
Cameron, Eleanor. In The Green and Burning Tree: On the Writing and Enjoyment of Children’s Books. Little, Brown, and Co., 1969, p. 171.
Georgiou, Constantine. In Children and Their Literature. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1969, pp. 312-313.
Ossanna, Mrs. Joseph. “Letter to the Editor.” The New York Times (October 5, 1969): XX3.
Schaack, Kenneth E. “George W. Hopp: Brookings County Press 1879-1890.” Master’s thesis, South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota, 1969.
Smaridge, Norah. “Laura Ingalls Wilder.” In Famous Modern Storytellers for Young People, 15-20. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1969.
Viguers, Ruth Hill. In A Critical History of Chidren’s Literature, edited by Cornelia Meigs. Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., 1969, pp. 526-528.
Walker, Barbara Muhs, “A Trail of History Refreshingly Free of Violence.” The New York Times, Section XX, Travel Section (September 21, 1969): 15. [0026]

1970

Lane, Rose Wilder. “Revolt in a Teaspoon.” (Letter written 1951, published here by Roger Lea MacBride) Pine Tree (Spring 1970): 20-28.
Lichty, Irene V. The Ingalls Family From Plum Creek to Walnut Grove Via Burr Oak, Iowa. Mansfield, Missouri: Laura Ingalls Wilder – Rose Wilder Lane Home and Museum, 1970. [0332]
“Rose Wilder Lane Event: Essay Winners to be Announced.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (March 24, 1970): 8. [0167]
White, E. B. In The Horn Book Magazine (August 1970): 349-351.

1971

Anderson, William T. A Wilder in the West. DeSmet, SD: Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, 1971.
Cameron, Eleanor. Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The New York Times Book Review (March 28, 1971): 28. [0027]
“Ceremonies Scheduled (at Freedom School).” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (May 6, 1971): A-9. [0172]
Erisman, Fred. “The Regional Vision of Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Studies in Medieval, Renaissance, American Literature: A Festchrift, edited by Betsy Feagan Colquitt, 165-71. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1971.
“Lane Contest Books On Way From Coast.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (January 10, 1971): 4. [0168]
McGovern, George. “A Fine Way Back to Our Prairie Past.” Life 71 (July 2, 1971): 12.
Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Booklist (April 15, 1971): 53.
Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Horn Book 47 (June 1971): 289-290.
Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Kirkus Reviews (January 15, 1971): 58.
Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Publishers’ Weekly (March 22, 1971): 53.
“Rose Wilder Lane Contest Draws 200 Seniors.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (January 28, 1971): A-3. [0169]
“Rose Wilder Lane Essay Contest Preliminary Judging Completed.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (March 10, 1971): 6. [0171]
“Rose Wilder Lane Essay Deadline Today.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (March 6, 1971): 1. [0170]
Sutherland, Zena. Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (May 1971): 147.
—. Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Saturday Review (March 20, 1971): 31.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. The First Four Years. Edited by Roger Lea MacBride. New York: Harper & Row, 1971.

1972

Harding, Neva Whaley. Child of the Prairie. Brookings, South Dakota: Printed by the Woman’s Club and The Saturday Literary Club of Brookings, South Dakota, 1972.
Lane, Rose Wilder. “Faces at the Window.” Privately published by Roger L. MacBride, April 1972.
“Rose Wilder Lane Contest Announced.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (March 31, 1972): 1. [0173]
Runnion, Marge. “Famous Chicken Pie.” The Berkshire (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Eagle (October 18, 1972): 18.
Smith, Dorothy. The Wilder Family Story. Malone, N.Y.: Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder Association, 1972.

1973

Anderson, William T. The Story of the Wilders. Davison, Michigan: Anderson Publications, 1973.
Jan, Isabelle. In On Children’s Literature, edited by Catherine Storr. Originally published in French by Les Editions ouvieres; 1969. Translation, Allen Lane, 1973., p. 119.
MacBride, Roger Lea, editor. The Lady and the Tycoon: Letters of Rose Wilder Lane and Jasper Crane. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1973.
Nix, Jane. “Looking Back at ‘As a Farm Woman Thinks,’ the golden years of the Missouri Ruralist.” Missouri Ruralist (November 3, 1973): 5-6, 16.
Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Junior Bookshelf (October 1973): 341-342.
Smith, C.E.J. Review of The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Children’s Book Review (September 1973): 121-122.
Steinberg, S.H., ed. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Cassell’s Encyclopaedia of World Literature, Volume Three, Biographies L-Z. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1973, 743.
Ward, Nancy. “Laura Ingalls Wilder — An Appreciation.” Elementary English 50 (October 1973): 1024-1027, 1038.

1974

Buttenschon, Ellen. “A Danish Book About Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Bookbird 12 (1974): 20-28.
“De Smet Summer Begins With Old Settler’s Days.” Huron Daily Plainsman (June 9, 1974): 13.
Griswold, Burr F. “Work resumes again on restoration of author’s home.” Winona (Minnesota) Daily News (April 28, 1974).
Kingston, Carolyn T. The Tragic Mode in Children’s Literature. New York: Teachers College Press, Columbia University, 1974, 163-167.
Kirkpatrick, Patricia. “‘It is better Farther On’: A Journey Into the Landscape of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Preview 8 (September 1974): 9-13.
Lipson, Eden Ross. “Laura / Flora of Lark Rise.” The New York Times (July 21, 1974): 276. [0028]
O’Connor, John J. “TV: 1870, 1950, or 1974? New Shows Up on the Times” The New York Times (September 11, 1974): 90. [0029]
Townsend, John Rowe. Review of The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder in Written for Children: An Outline of English-Language Children’s Literature. J. B. Lippincott Company, 1974, pp. 180-181.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. West From Home. Edited by Roger Lea MacBride. New York: Harper & Row, 1974.

1975

Bagg, Susan. “Children’s Books: Now is Now.” Atlantic 235 (February 1975): 117-20.
Baker, Kent. “‘Little House’ has Iowa Ties.” Waterloo (Iowa) Courier (July 6, 1975): 21-22.
Carroll, Ann. “‘Nixonite Purge’ Article Praised.” (mentions Rose Wilder Lane) El Paso (Texas) Herald-Post (February 24, 1975): B-7. [0028]
Chamberlain, John. “Libertarian Bid.” (about Roger Lea MacBride) Columbus (Nebraska) Telegram (October 8, 1975): 20. [0029]
Fisher, Margery. In Who’s Who in Children’s Books: A Treasury of the Familiar Characters of Childhood. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1975, 170-172.
“Freedom Reflected in Needlework, Women Told.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (October 9, 1975): 14. [0174]
Irwin, Jo. “Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Antique Trader Weekly 19 (January 21, 1975): 50.
Moore, Rosa Ann. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Orange Notebooks and the Art of the Little House Books.” Children’s Literature 4 (1975): 105-119. [0027]
“More Pioneers A’Coming.” (Young Pioneers) Titusville (Pennsylvania) Herald (December 6, 1975): page 14, column 1. [0102]
“The News’ Christmas Wish.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane and freedom. Pampa (Texas) Daily News (December 24, 1975): page 2, column 5. [0103]
Porter, Rufus L. “Rhyme and Reason: Where Freedom Ends.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane. Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (April 19, 1975): page 19, columns 3-5. [0101]
Stoeltje, Beverly J. “‘A Helpmate for Man Indeed: The Image of the Frontier Woman.” Women and Folklore 88 (January-March 1975), 25-41.
Thurman, Evelyn. “On the Trail of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Instructor (February 1975): 78-82.
Woolf, Nadene Meyer. “Images of Prairie Life in the Paintings of Harvey Dunn and the Works of Three Novelists,” Master’s thesis, Indiana State University, 1975.
“Young Pioneers.” Syracuse (New York) Herald-Journal (December 30, 1975): page 14, column 8. [0104]

1976

Alexander, Holmes. “Policy of Libertarians is Let Others Alone.” Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (August 9, 1976): A-4. [0175]
Anderson, William T. Laura’s Rose: The Story of Rose Wilder Lane. De Smet, South Dakota: Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, 1976.
Dumont, Diane Selkirk. Reflections: A Brief History of Burke from 1797-1976. Burke, New York, 1976.
Greaves, Bettina Bien. Review of Laura: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Donald Zochert. The Freeman 26 (September 1976): 575-576.
Kulkin, Mary-Ellen. “Laura Ingalls Wilder” in Her Way: Biographies of Women for Young People. Chicago: American Library Association, 1976, 306-307.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder 1967-1957.” In Children’s Literature Review 2 . Detroit: Gale Research, 1976, 202-207.
Marcks, Fern. “Laura Ingalls Wilder: Pepin her first home.” Winona (Minnesota) Sunday News (October 1976): 22C, 31C.
Mann, Jack. “The Presidency & Political Poetry.” The Washington Post. 25 January 1976, p. 180+
Missouri Library Association. Children’s Services Round Table. Getting to Know Laura. Columbia, Missouri: Children’s Services Roundtable, Missouri Library Association, 1976.
“Philosophy of Libertarianism is Catching on in America.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane and Roger Lea MacBride. Harlingen (Texas) Valley Morning Star (February 29, 1976): C-2. [0176]
Poppen, Carol L. De Smet Yesterday and Today. De Smet, South Dakota: DeSmet Bicentennial Committee, 1976.
Schmidt, Patricia. “Husky Little Girl of the South Dakota Prairie.” Lincoln (Nebraska) Sunday Journal and Star (June 6, 1976): 11F.
Snyder, Thomas. “Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Years in Pepin, Wisconsin.” Master’s Paper, St. Cloud State University, 1976.
“Third Annual ChLA Conference.” The Children’s Literature Association Newsletter 1 (Spring 1976): 7-10.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “The First Four Years.” Reader’s Digest 109 (December 1976): 259-299.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Mr. Edwards Meets Santa Claus.” Saturday Evening Post 248 (December 1976): 46-7.
Zochert, Donald. Laura: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Chicago: Henry Regenery, 1976.

1977

Charbo, Eileen. “Frontier Doctor George A. Tann.” Frontier Times (August-September 1977), 38-38, 56-58.
Lane, Rose Wilder. Give Me Liberty. Edited by Susan Mollison. Mansfield, Missouri: Laura Ingalls Wilder – Rose Wilder Lane Home Association, 1977.
Lane, Rose Wilder and Roger Lea MacBride. Rose Wilder Lane: Her Story. New York: Stein and Day, 1977.
Potter, Marian. “Laura of the Little House.” Missouri Life (March-June 1977): 12-17.
Segel, Elizabeth. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s America: An Unflinching Assessment.” Children’s Literature In Education 8 (Summer 1977): 63-70.
Wade, Mary. “Home is Where the Hearth Is.” Top of the News (Winter 1977).

1978

Capey, A.C. “Laura Ingalls and Mrs. Wilder: The Writer as Recreator.” Use of English 29 (Summer 1978): 25-31.
Erisman, Fred. “Regionalism in American Children’s Literature,” in Society and Children’s Literature, edited by James H. Fraser, 53-75. Boston: David R. Godine, 1978.
Johnson, C.W. “New Rose Wilder Lane Bio Tells of Bad Times and Good.” Springfield (Missouri) Saturday News and Leader (February 25, 1978): 14.
Lewis, Naomi. “Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Twentieth-Century Children’s Writers. Ed. D.L. Kirkpatrick. New York: St. Martin’s, 1978. 1341-44.
Moore, Rosa Ann. “The Little House Books: Rose-Colored Classics.” Children’s Literature 7 (1978): 7-16.
“Notes From the Real Little House on the Prairie, a Memoir.” Saturday Evening Post 250 (September 1978): 56-7+.
Rosenblum, Delores. “Intimate Immensity: Mystic Space in the Works of Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Where the West Begins, edited by Arthur R. Huseboe and William Geyer, 72-79. Sioux Falls: Center for Western Studies, 1978.

1979

Barker, Roger G. “The Influence of Frontier Environments on Behavior,” in The American West: New Perspectives, New Dimensions, edited by Jerome O. Steffan, 61-93. Norman Oklahoma University Press, 1979.
Blegen, Dale. “Aubrey Sherwood of the DeSmet News.” Master’s thesis, South Dakota State University, 1979.
Commire, Anne, ed. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Something about the Author, Volume 15, 300-309. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1979.
Lee, Anne Thompson. “‘It’s better farther on’: Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Pioneer Spirit.” The Lion and the Unicorn 3 (1979): 74-88.
Long, Kathy. “Little House on Rocky Ridge.” Bittersweet 7 (Winter 1979): 4-17.
Maxwell, Andrea. “The Home that Gave ‘Little House’ Books Life.” New York Times (June 24, 1979): 15.
A Pathway Through Pepin’s History. Pepin, Wisconsin: Pepin Commercial Club, 1979.
Sherwood, Aubrey. Beginnings of DeSmet: “Little Town on the Prairie” Locale of Six Books of Laura Ingalls Wilder. De Smet, South Dakota: Sherwood, 1979. [0310]
Warnock, Alene M. Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Westville Florida Years. Mansfield, Missouri: The Laura Ingalls Wilder Home Association, Inc., 1979.

1980

Dathe, Mary Jo. Spring Valley, the Laura Ingalls Wilder ‘Connection.’ Spring Valley, Minnesota: Spring Valley Tribune, 1990.
Dykstra, Ralph Richard. “The Autobiographical Aspects of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ‘Little House’ Books.” Thesis, Ed.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1980, 271 pages. [0010]
Gach, Mary Victoria. “Laura Ingalls Wilder; Art vs. Reality.” Master’s thesis, Iowa State University of Science and Technology, 1980.
Gould, Olivia H. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement Six, 1956-1960, edited by John A. Garraty. New York: Charles Scribners’s Sons, 1980, 696-697.
Laura Ingalls Wilder Family, Home and Friends: Potpourri. Mansfield, Missouri: Laura Ingalls Wilder – Rose Wilder Lane Home and Museum, 1981.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder shared her farm experiences with Missouri women from the Little House in the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (Special Edition, July 1980): 30-36.
Mooney-Getoff, Mary J. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Bibliography. Southold, New York: Wise Owl Press, 1980. [0333]
Moore, Rosa Ann. “Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane: The Chemistry of Collaboration.” Children’s Literature in Education 11 (1980):101-109.
Newman, Jake. “‘Little House’ Divided.” The Washington Post (October 12, 1980): TV3.
Segel, Elizabeth. “Realism and CHildren’s Literature: Notes from a Historical Perspective.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 5 (Fall 1980): 15-18.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Little House in the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (October 11, 1980): 33. [note: reprint]
—. “Little House in the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (October 25, 1980): article not paginated. [note: reprint]

1981

Anderson, William. “How the ‘Little House Books’ Found a Publishing Home.” Language Arts 58 (April 1981): 437-40.
—. “The Laura Ingalls Wilder Classics.” AB Bookman’s Weekly 68 (November 16, 1981): 3408, 3410, 3412.
—. The Pepin Story of the Ingalls Family. Pepin, Wisconsin: Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, 1981.
Blair, Gwenda. Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: Putman, 1981.
Boylston, Helen. Interview by William Anderson. Transcript of taped interview, St. Joseph’s Manor, Southport, Connecticut, 4 August 1981 (40 pages).
Hamburg, James Frederic. The Influence of Railroads Upon the Processes and Patterns of Settlement in South Dakota. New York: Arno Press, 1981.
Harding, Neva. I Recall Pioneer Days in South Dakota, 1981.
Inglis, Fred. “Girl or Boy: Home and Away,” in Promise of Happiness: Value and Meaning in Children’s Fiction, 165-171. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981.
LeCount, W. David and Irene Lichty LeCount. Laura’s and Almanzo’s Rocky Ridge Farm, Mansfield, Missouri, Then and Now. Mansfield, Missouri: Laura Ingalls Wilder – Rose Wilder Lane Home and Museum, 1981.
“Museums honor ‘Little House’ author.” Waterloo (Iowa) Courier (November 1, 1981): 1D.
Whitaker, Ian. “‘A Sack for Carrying Things’: The Traditional Role of Women in Northern Albanian Society.” Anthropological Quarterly 54 (July 1981): 146-156.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Little House in the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (January 10, 1981): 37. [note: reprint – check original title]
—. “Little House in the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (February 14, 1981): page number not on article.
—. “Little House in the Ozarks.” Missouri Ruralist (no date on article): page number not on article. [reprint]

1982

Anderson, William. “The Literary Apprenticeship of Laura Ingalls Wilder,” Master’s thesis, South Dakota State University, 1982.
Cates, Susan Weaver. “Library Lines” (Laura Ingalls Wilder bio). Deer Park (California) Progress (October 27, 1982): 8B. [0230]
Commire, Anne. ed. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Something about the Author, Volume 29, 239-249. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1982.
Seaton, Beverly. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in American Women Writers 4 . New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1982, 418-20.
Spaeth, Janet. “Language of Vision and Growth in the Little House Books.” Great Lakes Review- A Journal of Midwest Culture 8 (1982): 20-24.
—. “‘Over the Horizon of the Years’: Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Little House Books,” Dissertation (Ph.D.), University of North Dakota, 1982, 163 pages. [0018]
Stahl, John Daniel. “Media Adaptions of Children’s Literature: ‘The Brave New Genre.'” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 7 (Fall 1982): 5-9. [0030]
Treasures From C.P. Ingalls and Laura Wilder. De Smet, South Dakota: De Smet News, 1982. [0340]
Wolf, Virginia L. “The Symbolic Center: ‘Little House in the Big Woods.'” Children’s Literature in Education 13 (Fall 1982): 107-114.

1983

Alexander, Ruth Ann. “South Dakota Women Writers and the Emergence of the Pioneer Heroine.” South Dakota History 13 (Fall 1983): 177-205.
Anderson, William T. “The Literary Apprenticeship of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” South Dakota History 13 (1983): 285-331.
—. “Visit to Wilder Country.” Americana 11 (September / October 1983): 70-4.
Benjamin, Cynthia. “For the love of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Syracuse (New York) Herald American (July 24, 1983): L-3.
Bosamajian, Hamida. “Vastness and Contraction of Space in ‘Little House on the Prairie.'” Children’s Literature 11(1983): 49-63.
Ellis, Barbara Bess. “Studying the Pioneer Craft Products Described in the ‘Little House’ Books as a Means of Helping Today’s Children Understand Their Culture.” M.Ed. Thesis, Lamar University, Beaumont, 1983. 308 pages.
Gannon, Susan. Review of The Promise of Happiness: Value and Meaning in Children’s Fiction. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 8 (Spring 1983): 26-27.
Holtz, William, ed. Travels With Zenobia: Paris to Albania by Model T Ford, a Journal by Rose Wilder Lane and Helen Dore Boylston. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1983.
Mansfield, Missouri, The First Hundred Years: 1882 – 1982. Marceline, Missouri: Walsworth Publishing Company, 1983.
Piehl, Kathy. “Laura Ingalls Wilder, ” in American Writers for Children, 1900-1960, Volume 22, edited by John Cech.Detroit: Gale Publishing, 1983: 351-66 .
Tuska, John and Vicki Piekarski. “Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in Encyclopedia of Frontier and Western Fiction. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1983, 355-56.
Whitaker, Muriel. “Perceiving Prairie Landscapes: The Young Person’s View of a Western Frontier.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 8 (Winter 1983): 30-32.

1984

Alexander, Ruth Ann. “South Dakota Women Writers and the Blooming of the Pioneer Heroine, 1922 – 1939. South Dakota History 14 (Winter 1984): 281-307.
Anderson, William T. “A Journey through the land of ‘Little Houses’.” American History Illustrated (September 1984): 14-19, 46.
—. “It is Better Farther On.” American West 21 (May/June 1984): 35-42.
—. “Laura Ingalls Wilder: Frontier Times Remembered.” American History Illustrated 19 (September 1984): 8-13, 44-45.
Carpenter, Humphrey and Mari Prichard, eds. “Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957),” in Oxford Companion to Children’s Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984, 570-71.
Christiansen, Ruth Bunker. American and Royal Ancestors of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Frederic, Wisconsin: Sally Gustafson, 1984.
DeHamer, Nancy. “Dakota Resources: The Rose Wilder Lane Papers at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library.” South Dakota History (1984): 335-340.
Holtz, William. “Closing the Circle: The American Optimism of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Great Plains Quarterly 4 (Spring 1984): 79-90.
—. “Queries.” American Notes & Queries 23 (November / December 1984): 50. [0031]
Schrader, Arlene Ingalls. The Ingalls Inquirer. A genealogy newsletter published from 1984-1994.
Smith, Dorothy, ed. Log Book of the Sailing Craft “Edith”. Malone, N.Y.: Industrial Press, 1984.

1985

Anderson, William T., ed. The Ingalls Family Album. DeSmet: Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, 1985.
50th Anniversary of Publication of Little House on the Prairie, Independence Kansas, newsletter, premiere and only edition, 1985.
Brown, Richard Maxwell. “The Enduring Frontier: The Impact of Weather on South Dakota History and Literature.” South Dakota History 15 (Spring / Summer 1985): 26-57.
Holtz, William T. “The Rose Wilder Lane Papers.” The Annals of Iowa 47 (Winter 1985): 646-651.
—. “Sherwood Anderson and Rose Wilder Lane: Source and Method in Dark Laughter.” Journal of Modern Literature 12 (March 1985): 131-152. [0336]
Klein, Alvin. “Forum Theater’s Company.” New York Times (December 22, 1985): A-18.
Walker, Barbars Muhs. The Little House Diary. New York: Harper & Row, 1985.
Waugh, Katherine. “Relative helps keep Ingalls stories alive.” Northwest Des Plaines (Iowa) Daily Herald (July 3, 1985): Section 1, page 5.
Wolf, Virginia L. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Books: A Personal Story, ” in Touchstones: Reflections on the Best in Children’s Literature, Volume One, edited by Perry Nodelman, 291-300. West Lafayette, Indiana: Children’s Literature Association, 1985. [0330]
—. “The Magic Circle of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 9 (1984-1985): 168-170.
Zitterkopf, Deanna. “Prairies and Privations: The Impact of Place in Great Plains Homestead Fiction for Children.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 9 (Winter 1984-1985): 171-173, 198.

1986

Anderson, William. “Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane: The Continuing Collaboration.” South Dakota History 16 (Summer 1986): 89-143.
—. “Little House in the North Country.” Adirondack Life (March/April 1986): 28-31. [0032]
—. “Little Houses on the Prairie…” Saturday Evening Post 258 (July / August 1986): 82-4.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder: Growing Up on the Prairie.” Cobblestone 7 (February 1986).
Miller, John E. “Place and Community in the ‘Little Town on the Prairie’: De Smet in 1883.” South Dakota History, Winter 1986, Vol. 16, No. 4, 351-372. [0329]
Kloberdanz, Timothy J. “A Gift from the Heart: Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Germans from Russia.” Heritage Review 16 (1986): 3-10.
“Restorer in Massachusetts Give History a Future.” New York Times (December 28, 1986): A-34.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Little Indian, Big Fish.” Waldenbooks Kids Club Magazine 1 (Number 1, 1986): 17-19.
Wolf, Virginia. “The Cycle of the Seasons: WIthout and Within Time.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 10 (Winter 1986): 192-196.

1987

Adam, Kathryn. “Laura, Ma, Mary, Carrie, and Grace: Western Women as Portrayed by Laura Ingalls Wilder,” in The Women’s West. Edited by Susan Armitage and Elizabeth Jameson, 95-110. Norman: U of Oklahoma Press, 1987.
Anderson, William T. Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pioneer and Author. New York: Kipling Press, 1987.
—, ed. The Horn Book’s Laura Ingalls Wilder : Articles About and By Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams, and the Little House Books. Davison, Michigan: Anderson Publications, 1987.
—. The Walnut Grove Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Walnut Grove, Minnesota: Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, 1987.
Frey, Charles. “Laura and Pa: Family and Landscape in ‘Little House on the Prairie.'” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 12 (Fall 1987): 125-28.
Giff, Patricia Reilly. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Growing Up in the Little House. New York: Viking Kestrel, 1987.
Holtz, William. “Sinclair Lewis, Rose Wilder Lane, and the Midwestern Short Novel.” Studies in Short Fiction 24 (Winter 1987): 41-48. [0211]
Spaeth, Janet. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1987.
Van Dongen, Richard. “Non-fiction, History, and Literary Criticism in the Fifth Grade.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 12 (Winter 1987): 189-190.

1988

Anderson, William T., ed. A Little House Sampler. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1988. Later editions by HarperCollins, Publishers.
Erisman, Fred. “Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1957, ” in Writers for Children, edited by Jane M. Bingham, 617-23. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1988.
Gilead, Sarah. “Emigrant Selves: Narrative Strategies in Three Women’s Autobiographies.” Criticism 30 (Winter 1988): 43-62.
Maples, Donna Elaine. “Building a literary heritage: A study of three generations of pioneer women, 1880-1930.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Missouri, 1988, 203 pages. [0014]
Obituary for Ursula Nordstrom, Editor of Children’s Books. Los Angeles Times (October 14, 1988): 28.
Shannon, George. “Making a Home of One’s Own: The Young in Cross-Cultural Fiction.” The English Journal 77 (September 1988): 14-19.
Spaeth, Janet. “A Resource for Wilder Scholars,” a review of A Little House Sampler by William T. Anderson. (source?) [0005]

1989

Anderson, William T. “A Visit With Garth Williams.” Highlights for Children (December 1989): 24-25.
—. Little House Country: A Photo Guide to the Home Sites of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Kansas City: Terrell Publishing, Inc., 1989.
—. “Pioneer Authors from South Dakota: Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane” in South Dakota Leaders, 395-408, edited by Herbert T. Hoover and Larry J, Zimmerman. Vermillion, South Dakota: University of South Dakota Press, 1989.
Burkhiser, Helen. Neta: Laura’s Friend, 1989.
Gates, Charlene E. “Image, Imagination, and Initiation: Teaching as a Rite of Passage in the Novels of L.M. Montgomery and Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Children’s Literature in Education 20 (September 1989): 165-173.
Holtz, William. “Rose Wilder Lane’s Old Home Town.” Studies in Short Fiction 26 (Fall 1989): 479-487. [0138]
“Mansfield Remembers Laura and Almanzo.” Special edition of the Mansfield Mirror, 1989.
Miller, John E. “Freedom and Control in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s De Smet.” Great Plains Quarterly 9 (1989): 27-35.
Mueller, Jean West and Wynell Burroughs Schamel. “Little House in the Census: Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Social Education 53 (November 1989): 451.
Spaeth. Janet. “A Resource for Wilder Scholars.” Review of A Little House Sampler by William T. Anderson. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 14 (Winter 1989): 203-204.
Summers, K. C. “The Writer’s Paths: Little Houses are Hallowed Ground for Fans of Wilder.” The Atlanta Constitution 16 April 1889, K-1+. [0341]
Thurman, Evelyn. “What Happened to Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Sisters?” Kentucky Libraries 53 (Winter 1989): 22-24.
Wolf, Virginia L. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Janet Spaeth. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 14 (Spring 1989): 43-44.

1990

Anderson, William T. Laura Ingalls Wilder Country. New York: Harper Perennial, 1990.
—. Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Iowa Story. Burr Oak, Iowa: Laura Ingalls Wilder Park and Museum, 1990.
Cory, Jim. “The Death of a Town.” Chilton’s Hardware Age 227 (October 1990): 77-79.
Fellman, Anita Clair. “Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane: The Politics of a Mother-Daughter Relationship.” Signs 15 (Spring 1990): 535-61.
Greene, Carol. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Author of the Little House Books. Chicago: Children’s Press, 1990.
Grossman, Anita Susan. “Series Fiction Then and Now.” Children’s Literature 18 (1990): 173-183. [0033]
Marcus, Leonard S. “Garth Williams; His Career Spanning Almost Half a Century, the Artist’s Illustrations for Children’s Books Have Become Classics.” Publishers Weekly 237 (February 23, 1990): 201-202.
Miller, John E. “End of an Era: De Smet High School Class of 1912.” South Dakota History, Fall 1990, Vol. 20, No. 3, 185-206.
Romines, Ann. “The Long Winter: An Introduction to Western Womanhood.” Great Plains Quarterly 10 (Winter 1990): 36-47.
—.”Oh My: I Am the Teacher: Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Prairie Schoolteacher.” West Virginia University Philological Papers, Volume 36, 1990, 53-60.
“The Little Prairie House: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Homestead [sic] Draws Fans.” The Washington Post (August 4, 1990): G-05.
“Unnamed Lake Pepin.” The New York Times (April 15, 1990): A-8.
Wolf, Virginia. “From the Myth to the Wake of Home: Literary Houses” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 18 (1990): 53-67.

1991

Griffin, William. “One More ‘Little House,’ from Nelson.” Publishers Weekly 238 (July 19, 1991): 32.
Hines, Stephen W. Little House in the Ozarks: A Laura Ingalls Wilder Sampler, The Rediscovered Writings. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1991.
Holtz, William. Dorothy Thompson & Rose Wilder Lane: Forty Years of Friendship. Letters, 1921–1960. Columbia, Missouri: The University of Missouri Press, 1991.
“Little House on the Prairie.” Country America (June 1991): 60-62.
Rahn, Suzanne. “An Envolving Past: The Story of Historical Fiction and Nonfiction for Children.” The Lion and the Unicorn 15 (June 1991): 1-26. [0034]
Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder Cookbook by Barbara Walker. American History Illustrated 26 (July/August 1991): 25. [online]
Ross, Linda Hughson. “To sanctify the world: Skyscapes in the fiction of Wilder, Guthrie, and Cather.” Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Nebraska, 1991, 277 pages. [0016]
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Home For Christmas.” Good Housekeeping 213 (December 1991): 126.
Williamson, Chilton, Jr. “Big Little House in American Literature.” Chronicles 5 (November 1991): 20-25.

1992

Anderson, William T. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Biography. New York: HarperCollins, 1992.
Fogel, Barbara. “Little House Morgans.” The Morgan Horse 52 (October 1992): 30-35.
Goddard, Connie. “New Wilder bio claims daughter wrote ‘Little House’ Books.” Publisher’s Weekly 239 (November 9, 1992): 30.
Griffin, L. “Harper, Nelson Face Off Again Over LIW.” Publisher’s Weekly 239 (September 28, 1992): 10.
Hatcher, Barbara. “History in My Hand.” Social Studies 83 (1992): 267+.
Holtz, William. “Jack London’s First Biographer.” Western American Literature 27 (1992): 21-36.
“Little House in Court.” Publisher’s Weekly (September 13, 1992): 13.
Mackey, Margaret. “Growing with Laura: Time, Space, and the Reader in the ‘Little House’ Books.” Children’s Literature in Education 23 (Number 2, 1992): 59-74.
Mowder, Louise. “Domestication of Desire: Gender, Language, and Landscape in the Little House Books.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 17 (1992): 15-19.
“No HarperCollins Suit Yet Over Nelson’s ‘Wilder’ Series.” Publisher’s Weekly 239 (December 28, 1992): 11.
Phillips, Anne. “‘Home Itself Put Into Song’: Music as Metaphorical Community.” The Lion and the Unicorn 16 (1992): 145-57.
Review of Laura Ingalls: A Biography by William Anderson. Publishers Weekly 239 (October 19, 1992): 81.
Scherf, J. Craig, “The ‘Wilder’ Side of Laura Ingalls: The Role of Nature in the ‘Little House’ Books,” in
Papers of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Dakota History Conference, compiled by Arthur R. Huseboe, 595-608. Dakota History Conference, 1992.
Schmitt, Jennifer Rea. “Frontier Fiction: The Work of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Honors thesis, Smith College, 1992.
Snodgrass, Mary Ellen. Late Achievers: Famous People Who Succeeded Late in Life. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, 1992, 273-279.
Stine, Megan. The Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pioneer Girl. New York: Dell, 1992.
Susina, Jan. “The Voices of the Prairie: The Use of Music in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ‘Little House on the Prairie.'” The Lion and the Unicorn 16 (December 1992): 158-166.
Vedder, Polly A. “Laura (Elizabeth) Ingalls Wilder 1867-1957,” in Contemporary Authors, Volume 137, edited by Susan M. Trosky and Donna Olendorf, 469-72. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1992. [0331]
Walch, Timothy, Dwight M. Miller, Mary E. Evans, and Kim Smith, editors. Laura Ingalls Wilder & Rose Wilder Lane, 1937–1939. West Branch, Iowa: Herbert Hoover Presidential Library & Museum, 1992.
West, Mark I. “Laura Ingalls Wilder” in Wellsprings of Imagination: The Homes of Children’s Authors. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1992, 125-133.
Wheeler, Jill C. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Tribute to the Young at Heart. Edina, Minnesota: Abdo & Daughters, 1992.
White, Dan L., and Robert F. White. Laura’s Friends Remember: Close Friends Recall Laura Ingalls Wilder. Hartville, Missouri: Ashley-Preston, 1992.
Williams, Jane A. Laura Ingalls Wilder & Rose Wilder Lane Historical Timeline. Placerville, CA: Bluestocking Press, 1992.

1993

Anderson, William T. “Garth Williams After Eighty.” Horn Book (March April 1993): 181-186.
Bader, Barbara. “The Ghost in the Little House: A Review.” Horn Book (November / December 1993): 660-662.
Dorris, Michael. “Trusting the Words.” Booklist 89 (June 1-15, 1993): 1820-22.
Edwards, Bob. “Laura Ingalls Wilder Ghost-Written Into American Lore?” Transcript of Radio Interview of William Holtz. Original broadcast on Morning Edition, National Public Radio, May 31, 1993.
Erisman, Fred. “Farmer Boy: The Forgotten Little House Book.” Western American Literature 28 (August 1993): 123-30.
Fierston, Suzanne. “Rose Wilder Lane, Restless Pioneer.” Prologue 25 (Spring 1993): 16-24.
Hall, George A. 120 Years of Kingsbury County History (Kingsbury County: A County to Behold in a State to Behold). Freeman, South Dakota: Pine Hill Press, Inc., 1993.
Hart, Kathy. “Laura Ingalls Wilder Writes Again.” Countryside and Small Stock Journal 77 (1993): 89.
Hines, Stephen. “Laura of the Simpler Life.” (unknown publication 1993): 36-45.
Holtz, William. The Ghost in the Little House. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1993.
Hosmer, Robert Ellis, Jr. “The Dutiful Daughter.” Review of Ghost in the Little House by William Holtz. The Washington Post (June 13, 1993): X-10.
Hulbert, Ann. “Name Calling.” The New Republic 208 (May 24, 1993): 42.
Kurtis, Wilma and Anita Gold. Prairie Recipes and Kitchen Antiques: Original Recipes Gathered from Pioneer Families at Wayside, Kansas, the Site of the Original Little House on the Prairie. Chicago: Bonus Books, Inc., 1993.
Labrie, Janet M. “The Depiction of Women’s Field Work in Rural Fiction.” Agricultural History 67 (Spring 1993): 119-133. [0035]
Lasky, Kathryn, and Meribah Knight. Searching for Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Reader’s Journey. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1993.
“The Man Who Built the Next ‘Little House’.” Christian Science Monitor (August 24, 1993).
Miller, John E. Looking for History on Highway 14. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1993.
Myers, Mitzi. “Where Did Mary’s Mother Come From?” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 18 (Winter 1993): 146-147.
O’Brien, Conor. “Louisiana School Resists Effort to Remove Little House Books.” American Libraries 24 (May 1993): 370.
Silvey, Anita. “The Ghost in the Little House.” Horn Book 69 (November / December 1993): 660-661.
Simpson, Ellen T. “Shattering the Myth: A Feminist Study of Sister-Sister Relationships in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Books.” Master’s thesis, South Dakota State University, 1993.
Thurman, Evelyn. “Who Really Wrote the ‘Little House’ Books?” Kentucky Libraries 57 (Spring 1993):21.
White, Paulette. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Portrayal of Life on the Prairie Compared to Willa Cather’s Portrayal.” Master’s thesis, Northern State University, 1993.
“Youth Classics.” Stamps, etc. (October / November / December 1993): cover.
Watzman, Nancy. “Little Fraud on the Prairie? A New Book Roils the Cult of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” The Washington Post (July 11, 1993): C-01.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Family Collection, edited by Richard Marshall. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1993.

1994

Christgau, Robert. “Sustaining Pleasures – Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Village Voice 39 (January 4, 1994): 23-24.
Doughty, Jennifer Ann. “Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane: The Cooperative Duo.” Honors thesis, Coe College, 1994.
Erisman, Fred. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Boise, Idaho: Boise State University Press, 1994.
Fraser, Caroline. “The Prairie Queen.” The New York Review of Books 41 (December 22, 1994): 38, 40-45.
Harada, Wayne. “Little House on the Hillside.” Gannett News Service Broadcast text, September 28, 1994.
Hines, Stephen W. I Remember Laura: Laura Ingalls Wilder. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1994.
Huse, Nancy. “Pioneer Myth Displaced: The Life of Rose Wilder Lane.” Review of The Ghost in the Little House: A Life of Rose Wilder Lane, by William Holtz. The Lion and the Unicorn 18 (1994): 220-223.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1957,” in Reader’s Adviser, 1208-9. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1994.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder Highway attracting ‘Little House’ fans.” Frederick (Maryland) The News (November 7, 1994): B-4.
“‘Little House’ saga continues from an adopted grandson.” AP news report. November 1994.
Lodge, Sally A. “Harper Adds on to the House that Laura Built.” Publisher’s Weekly. 241 (August 15, 1994): 24-5.
Loftus, Susanna S. “The Mythology of the Prairie as Seen Through the Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder (?)
Nancy Alpert Mower, “The ‘Little House’ Books as Bridges to the Bridgeless Prairies of the Past: A Fresh Look at the Mythology of Laura Ingalls Wilder;” and Elizabeth N. Goodenough, “Taming Wilder Territory,” in Literature and Hawaii’s Children: Stories as Bridges to Many Realms, 1992 proceedings edited by Judith Kellogg and Jesse Crisler (Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1994): 102-116.
Maher, Susan Nanamore. “Laura Ingalls and Caddie Woodlawn: Daughters of a Border Space.” The Lion and the Unicorn 18.2 (1994): 130-42.
Miller, John E. Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little Town: Where History & Literature Meet. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 1994.
“Racism should not be cloaked in ‘politically correct’ definition.” Indian Country Today 13 (January 5, 1994): A-4.
Romines, Ann. “Writing the Little House: The Architecture of a Series.” Great Plains Quarterly 14 (Spring 1994): 107-15.
Russell, David L. “The Pastoral Influence on American Children’s Literature.” The Lion and the Unicorn 18 (1994): 121-29.
Toth, Susan. “On the Shores of Lake Pepin.” Travel and Leisure 24 (June 1, 1994): 112+.
Walkley, Christina. “Quilting the Rocky Road.” History Today 44 (November 1, 1994): 30+.
Williams, Jane A. Laura Ingalls Wilder / Rose Wilder Lane: Historical Timetable. Placerville, California: Bluestocking Press, 1994.
Wolf, Virginia L. “Plenary Paper: The Magic Circle of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 9 (Winter 1994 / 1995): 168-170.
Young, Sharon Kingan. Helen Burkhiser of Illinois: Keeping the Spirit of Laura Ingalls Wilder Alive, 1994.

1995

Bonn, Thomas. “Review of Ghost in the Little House by William Holtz.” Publishing Research Quarterly 11 (June 1, 1995): 128.
Cauvin, Henri E. “Deaths: Roger MacBride, ’76 presidential candidate.” Miami Herald (March 6, 1995): 4-B.
Colwell, Carolyn. Review of Words From a Fearless Heart: A Collection of Wit, Wisdom and Whimsy by Laura Ingalls Wilder edited by Stephen W. Hines. Newsday (December 26, 1995): B-30.
Dunleavey, M.P. “‘Little House’ Provides a Big Inheritance.” Publisher’s Weekly 42 (October 16, 1995): 27.
Fairbanks, Carol. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little Town: Where History and Literature Meet by John E. Miller. The Journal of American History 82 (September 1995): 766.
“Former Wright County Librarian Docia Holland dies at age 103.” Mansfield (Missouri) Mirror-Republican (November 16, 1995): Section 2, Page 3.
Hines, Stephen W., ed. Words From a Fearless Heart: A Collection of Wit, Wisdom, and Whimsy / Laura Ingalls Wilder. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1995.
Huzinec, Mary. “Passages: Obituary of Roger MacBride.” People (March 20, 1995): 99.
“In Memoriam,” HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks honoring Roger Lea MacBride. The New York Times (March 9, 1995): C18.
“It’s Indian country that attracts international media to South Dakota.” Indian Country Today 14 (January 5, 1995): A-4.
“Little House on the Creek.” Victoria (1995): 22.
Marcus, Leonard. “An Interview with William C. Morris.” Horn Book 71 (January 1, 1995) 37+.
Mills, Claudia. “From Obedience to Autonomy: Moral Growth in the Little House Books.” Children’s Literature 24 (1995): 127-140.
Novotny, Ellen Simpson. “Shattering the Myth: Mary and Laura as Antagonists in Little House in the Big Woods, Little House on the Prairie, and On the Banks of Plum Creek.” Heritage of the Great Plains 28 (1995): 48-64.
Perry, Charles. “Literary Cookbooks II.” Home Edition, Los Angeles Times (November 2, 1995): H-2.
Riley, Glenda. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little Town: Where History and Literature Meet by John E. Miller. The American Historical Review 100 (December 1995): 1698.
“Roger MacBride, 65, Libertarian And ‘Little House’ Heir, Is Dead (obituary).” New York Times (March 8, 1995): B-9.
“Roger MacBride, wrote kids’ books, ran for president (obituary).” New York Times (March 8, 1995): B-6.
Romines, Ann. “Preempting the Patriarch: The Problem of Pa’s Stories in Little House in the Big Woods.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 20 (Spring 1995): 15-18. [0020]
—. “The Voices from the Little House.” Private Voices, Public Lives: Women Speak on the Literary Life. Ed. Nancy Owen Nelson. Denton: University of North Texas, 1995. 19-28.
Schon, Isabel. Review of On the Banks of Plum Creek, by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Horn Book Magazine 71 (May-June 1995): 361.
Tibbets, Sheila. “New Series Takes Us Back to the Little Houses We Call Home.” Fox Valley Kids (August 1995): 20.
“Times of Their Lives.” Excerpt from Pauses: Autobiographical Reflections of 101 Creators of Children’s Books by Lee Bennett Hopkins. Publishers Weekly 242 (February 20, 1995): 131-132.

1996

Anderson, William. The Little House Guidebook. New York: Harper Trophy, 1996. Updated in 2002.
—. “Interview with an Author.” HarperCollins Childrens Library Digest #20 (March 29, 1996).
Fellman, Anita Clair. “‘Don’t expect to depend on anybody else’: the frontier as portrayed in the ‘Little House’ books.” Children’s Literature Annual 24 (1996): 101(16).
—. “Everybody’s ‘Little Houses’: Reviewers and critics read Laura Ingalls Wilder,” excerpt from a book in progress. Publishing Research Quarterly 12 (April 1, 1996): 3-19.
“Favorite Things.” Victoria (1996): 20.
“Garth Williams: Illustrated Many Classics (obituary).” Los Angeles Times (May 12, 1996): A-28.
Holtz, William. “Ghost and Host in the Little House Books.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 29.2, Fall 1996.
“Little House Adventure” Copycat (January-February 1996): 35-39.
Miller, John E. “Rose Wilder Lane and Thomas Hart Benton: A Turn Toward History During the 1930s.” American Studies 37 (Fall 1996): 83-102.
Mills, Claudia. “From obedience to autonomy: moral growth in the ‘Little House’ books.” Children’s Literature Annual 24 (1996): 127(14).
Price, Ronda. “Little Schoolhouse on the Prairie.” Deadwood Magazine (March-April 1996): 8-14.
Rahn, Suzanne. “What really happens in the Little Town on the Prairie.” Children’s Literature Annual 24 (1996): 117(10).
Relph, M. Meredith. “Wilder Letter Rediscovered in Freedonia Library.” Independence (Ohio) Daily Reporter 115 (June 20, 1996): 1-2.
“Revisiting ‘Little House’ for PC Qualities.” USA Today (June 1, 1996).
Roberts, Nancy. “Writing in the Genes?” The Whispered Watchword (May-June 1996): 6-7.
Schock, Ruth Ann. “Five women choosing to become teachers: Laura Ingalls and the little red schoolhouse.” Dissertation, Minnesota: University of St. Thomas, 1997, 159 pages. [0017]
Warren, Mary. “The Power of the Book.” The Writer 109 (August 1996): 7-8.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “Indians in the House.” Child Life 75 (January-February 1996): 42-46.
Wilkinson, Alan. “Miseries of the Old West: What the Little House Books Left Out.” Times Literary Supplement 23 August 1996: 16.

1997

Bader, Barbara. “Only the Best: The Hits and Misses of Anne Carroll Moore.” The Horn Book Magazine 73 (September / October 1997): 520-529.
Blumberg, Lisa. “Toward the Little House.” American Heritage 48 (April 1997): 86-94.
Gauper, Beth. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Home in Rural Missouri Was final Stop on a Famous Path.” Knight-Ridder / Tribune News, (September 2, 1997).
—. “Scrappy Pioneer Family Brought to Life in 2 Towns that Played Prominent Roles in Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Knight-Ridder / Tribune News, (April 7, 1997).
Harris, Laurie Lanzen and Cherie D. Abbey, editors. “Laura Ingalls Wilder” in Biography Today: Profiles of People of Interest to Young Readers. Author Series, Volume 3, 144-156. [0040]
Hines, Stephen, editor. Saving Graces: The Inspirational Writings of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1997.
Lane, Rose Wilder. Islam and the Discovery of Freedom, with an introduction and commentary by Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad. Beltsville, Maryland: Amana Publications, 1997.
Jensen, Julie. “Little House in the Quad-Cities.” News-Byte from Quad-Cities Online, http://www.qconline.com/news/story3/littlehouse.html (accessed August 20, 1997).
Omelich, Julie Ann. “Responding to ‘stories that had to be told’: The popular reception of journalist, author, and television heroine, Laura Ingalls Wilder.” M.A. dissertation, California State University, 1997, 180 pages.
Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Alexandria Wallner. The Horn Book Magazine 73 (November-December 1997): 700.
Romines, Ann. Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1997.
—. “The Little House and the Big Rock; Wilder, Cather, and the Problem of Frontier Girls.” Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter and Review XLI (Summer/Fall 1997), 25-32.
—. “Putting Things in Order: The Domestic Aesthetic of Wilder’s Little House Books.” The Material Culture of Gender/The Gender of Material Culture. Ed. Katharine Martinez and Kenneth L. Ames. Winterthur, DE: Winterthur Museum, 1997. 181-95.
Subramanian, Jane M. Laura Ingalls Wilder: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical, Biographical, and Teaching Studies. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1997.
Waal, Carla and Barbara Oliver Korner, editors. Hardship and Hope: Missouri Women Writing about Their Lives, 1820-1920, 171-178. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1997.
Wade, Mary Dodson. Homesteading on the Plains: Daily Life in the Land of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Brookfield, Connecticut: The Millbrook Press, 1997.
Wadsworth, Ginger. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Storyteller of the Prairie. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 1997.
Wallner, Alexandra. Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: Holiday House, 1997.
Weisman, Kay. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Alexandra Wallner. Booklist 94 (October 1, 1997): 335.
—. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder: Storyteller of the Prairie by Ginger Wadsworth. Booklist 93 (March 1, 1997): 1159.

1998

Anderson, William T. Pioneer Girl: The Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1998.
—, ed. A Little House Reader. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1998.
Bader, Barbara. Review of A Little House Reader: A Collection of Writings by Laura Ingalls Wilder edited by William T. Anderson. The Horn Book Magazine 74 (May-June 1998): 363.
Bottum, J. “On the Frontier.” Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend by John E. Miller. Commentary 106 (October 1998): 62-66.
Fairbanks, Carol. Review of Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder by Ann Romines. The Journal of American History 85 (December 1998): 1134-1135.
Gilead, Sarah. “Emigrant Selves: Narrative Strategies in Three Women’s Autobiographies.” Criticism. Winter 1998, Vol. XXX, No. 1, 43-62.
Halkin, Hillel. Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend by John E. Miller. Commentary 106 (October 1998): 62-65.
Heppermann, Christine. “Little House on the Bottom Line.” The Horn Book Magazine (November 1998): 689-692. [0339]
Hines, Stephen, compiler. Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Fairy Poems. New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc., 1998.
—. “Laura’s Faith after ‘Little House’.” Excerpt from Saving Graces: The Inspirational Writings of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Christian Reader (January / February 1998): 93-100.
Jacobs, Alexandra. “‘Little House’ Party: The Debate Over Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Entertainment Weekly (July 17, 1998): ?.
Jameson, Elizabeth. “In search of the great Ma.” Journal of the West 37 (April 1998): 42(11).
Lanier, Kristina. “What Kids Did on the Western Frontier…” Christian Science Monitor (February 24, 1998): 16.
“Laura and Rose: Letters Preserved in Iowa Archive.” The Goldfinch 19 (Spring 1998): 18-21.
Lipson, Eden Ross. Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder by John Miller. The New York Times Book Review, (August 2, 1998): 9.
MacLeod, Anne Scott. “Writing Backward: Modern Models in Historical Fiction.” The Horn Book (January / February 1998). Accessed online April 19, 2009: http://www.hbook.com/magazine/articles/1998/jan98_macleop.asp
Marcus, Leonard S., editor. Dear Genius: The Letters of Ursula Nordstrum. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1998.
—. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Fairy Poens.” Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Fairy Poems edited by Stephen W. Hines. Parenting 12 (October 1998): 71.
Miller, John E. Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 1998.
—. South Dakota: A Journey Through Time. Published by the South Dakota Literacy Council, Inc. Freeman, South Dakota: Pine Hill Press, Inc., 1998.
Nee, Pauline, and Linda Ashley. “Edwin Hyde Alden: The “Real” Rev. Alden from The Little House on the Prairie.” The Mayflower Quarterly. Vol. 64, (November 1998): 337-345.
Osborne, Linda Barrett. “Laura Wilder and her unique relationship with her daughter.” Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend by John E. Miller. Chicago Daily Herald (July 17, 1998): Section 6, page 39.
Reesman, Jeanne Campbell. “Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s.” American Literary Scholarship (1998): 257-285.
Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend by John E. Miller. Publishers Weekly 245 (April 27, 1998): 57.
Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Fairy Poems edited by Stephen Hines. Publishers Weekly 245 (June 15, 1998): 58.
Romines, Ann. “Nineteenth-Century Reading and Twentieth-Century Texts: The Example of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Legacy 15 (1998): 23-28.
Schmidt, Gary D. “So here, my dears, is a new Oz story: The Deep Structure of a Series.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 14 (Winter 1998): 153-165.
Stover, Becky. “Big Interest in ‘Little’ Author.” Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Gazette (January 16, 1998).
Tomlin, Carolyn Ross. “The Little House in the Ozarks.” Mature Living (August 1998): 11-14.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. “The Fairy Dew-Drop.” Storyworks 6 (October 1998): 32.

1999

Beck, Cathy, Carol Gilles, Dick Koblitz, and Anne O’Connor. “The Midwest: Life in the Mississippi River Valley.” Language Arts 76 (July 1999): 525-532. [0038]
Bodmer, George R. “Workbooks and Toybooks: The Task and the Gift of a Child’s Book.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 24 (November 1999): 136-140. [0039]
Buffalohead, W. Rogers. “Burning down the house: A Little ‘teaching moment’.” The Circle: News from an American Indian Perspective 20 (February 28, 1999): 6.
Chin, Paula. “Little Uproar on the Prairie.” People Weekly 52 (November 1, 1999): 74-77.
Cummins, June. “Laura and the ‘Lunatic Fringe’: Gothic Encoding in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s These Happy Golden Years.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 23 (Winter, 1998-1999): 187-193.
English, Bella. “‘Little House’ Spinoff in Boston Stirs Fans, Critics.” The Boston Globe (May 26, 1999).
Halpin, Linda. Quilting with Laura: Patterns Inspired by the ‘Little House on the Prairie’ Series. Columbia Cross Roads, Pennsylvania: Rebecca C. Wilber Publishing Company, 1999.
Johnson, Doug. “‘Little House’ royalties at issue in lawsuit.” The Seattle Times (December 18, 1999): D3.
Kotite, Erika. “In the Footsteps of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Victorian Homes 18 (October, 1999): 38-47.
“Little House, Big Bucks.” School Library Journal 45 (December 1999): 16.
Miller, John E. “Lady of the Prairie: American Novelist Laura Ingalls Wilder, the Myth and the Reality.” World and I 14 (August 1999): 287-293.
Milliot, Jim. “Wilder Library Sues for Royalties.” Publishers Weekly 246 (October 18, 1999): 12.
Morris, Mark. “Southern Missouri Library System Sues for Laura Ingalls Wilder Book Reviews.” The Kansas City Star (October 5, 1999).
Naylor, Alice Phoebe. Review of Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture and Laura Ingalls Wilder by Ann Romines. NWSA Journal 11 (Summer 1999): 213-217.
Reesman, Jeanne Campbell. “Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s.” NWSA Journal 11 (Summer 1999): 257-285.
Richardson, Lynda. “Little Library on the Offensive.” New York Times (November 23, 1999): E-1.
Rochman, Hazel. “Little House on the Lake (Louise Erdich on ‘Little House’ Books).” Booklist 95 (April 1, 1999): 1427.
Rogers, Michael. “Library Files ‘Little House’ Royalty Suit.” Library Journal 124 (November 15, 1999): 17.
Rutherford, Megan. “A Trail of Wilder’s Prairie Tales.” Time 153 (March 15, 1999): 96.
Shumate, Fern Nance. “A Cub Reporter Visits With Rose Wilder Lane.” The Ozark Mountaineer (April / May 1999): 54-55.
Weisman, Kay. Review of Laura’s Album: A Remembrance Scrapbook of Laura Ingalls Wilder by William T. Anderson. Booklist 95 (January 1, 1999): 861.
Williams, Deborah Lindsay. Review of Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder by Ann Romines. Studies in American Fiction 27 (Autumn 1999): 251-253.

2000

Allcock, John B. and Antionia Young, editors. Black Lambs and Grey Falcons: Women Traveling in the Balkans. Chapter 7, “Rose Wilder Lane,” 99-112. Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2000.
Bassett, Lynne Z. “Laura Ingalls Wilder, A Resource for Clothing Historians.” Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums Bulletin XXX (Fall 2000): 20-23. [0272]
“Bring Along Some Books.” Victoria 14 (September 2000): 87.
Campbell, Donna M. “‘Wild Men’ and Dissenting Voices: Narrative Disruption in Little House on the Prairie.” Great Plains Quarterly 20 (Spring 2000): 111-122.
Cummins, June. “Laura and the Lunatic Fringe: Gothic Encoding in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s These Happy Golden Years.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly (Winter 1999): 187-93.
Dzwonkowski, Ron. “On-line Reading Can’t Beat Real Books.” Detroit Free Press, April 2, 2000, http://www.freep.com/ (accessed April 2, 2000).
Edwards, Bob, host. “Profile: Small Missouri Town in Legal Fight over Royalties Due to It from Publications of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Transcription of radio interview, NPR, morning edition, Washington, D.C. (January 31, 2000): 1.
Ensign, Donald D. Silas B. Ensign, Frontier Doctor. Good Name Enterprises, 2000.
Heldrich, Philip. “‘Going to Indian Territory’: Attitudes Toward Native Americans in ‘Little House on the Prairie.'” Great Plains Quarterly 20 (Spring 2000): 99-110.
“Inspiration from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Books.” Piecework (March-April 2000): 60.
Jameson, Elizabeth. Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder by John E. Miller. The Journal of American History 87 (June 2000): 272-273.
Jenks, Brother Mark E. “America’s Greatest Family.” The Wisconsin Masonic Journal (July 2000).
Johnson, Doug. “At ‘Home’ with Laura Ingalls Wilder.” The New York Times Herald-Record (September 17, 2000): 56.
Kaye, Frances W. “Little Squatter on the Osage Diminished Reserve: Reading Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Kansas Indians.” Great Plains Quarterly 20 (Spring 2000): 123-140.
Kirkwood, Judith. “Pepin on the Prairie.” Country Living 23 (May 2000): TM-1.
Kuznets, Lois R. “Wild and Wilder: Gendered spaces in narratives for children and adults.” Michigan Quarterly Review 39 (Spring 2000): 399-410. [0041]
Lipson, Eden Ross. “Future Classics.” The Horn Book Magazine 76 (November 2000): 730-731.
Maher, Susan Nanamore. Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend, by John E. Miller; Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder, by Ann Romines. The Lion and the Unicorn 24.1 (2000): 162-68.
Malkin, Michelle. “Enchanting Stories Don’t Always Need magic.” Townhall, July 2000, http://www.townhall.com/columnists/michellemalkin/mm000719.shtml (accessed October 8, 2001).
Matyn, Marian J. “Getting Undergraduates to Seek Primary Sources in Archives.” The History Teacher 33 (May 2000):349-355.
Miller, John E. “American Indians in the Fiction of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” South Dakota History 30 (Fall 2000): 303-20.
Nevins, Francis J. “Little Copyright Dispute on the Prairie: Unbumping the Will of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Saint Louis University Law Journal 44 (Summer 2000): 919-931.
Petry, Alice Hall. Review of Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder by Ann Romines. College Literature 27 (Spring 2000): 213-215. [0043]
Powell, Jim. “Buoyant Optimism,” a chapter about Rose Wilder Lane, 227-234, in The Triumph of Liberty. New York: The Free Press, 2000.
Schaeffer, Gregory. “Research Report: Songs on the Prairie: The Unidentified Singing School Book of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” The Hymn 51 (July 2000): 38-40. [0045]
Sieruta, Peter D. “Future Schlock: A Timeline.” The Horn Book Magazine (November-December 2000): ?.
Simon, Stephanie. “Little Library on the Prairie in a Legal Tangle: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Will Seems Clear, but a Beneficiary May End up in Court.” Los Angeles Times (January 4, 2000): 5.
Simonetta, Kathleen. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Ginger Wadsworth. School Library Journal 46 (May 2000): 165.
Stevenson, Deborah. “Letters from the Editor: The Making of Modern Children’s Literature.” Review of Dear Genius: The Letters of Ursula Nordstrom, edited by Leonard Marcus. Children’s Literature 28 (2000): 256-261.
Tharp, Julie and Jeff Kleiman. “Little House on the Prairie and the Myth of Self-Reliance.” Review of Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman Behind the Legend, by John E. Miller. Transformations 11 (March 31, 2000):55+.
Wadsworth, Ginger. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Minneapolis: First Avenue Editions, a division of the Lerner Publishing Company, 2000.
Woods, Mae. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Medina, Minnesota: Abdo Publishing, 2000.

2001

Chotzinoff, Robin. “Digging Out: Digging in for a long winter, I’m warmed by firefighters.” Denver Westword 25 (September 20, 2001).
Cleaveland, Nancy S. and Penny T. Linsenmayer. Charles Ingalls and the U.S. Public Land Laws. Missoula, Montana: SeventhWinter Press, 2001.
Cohen, Gene D. “Creativity With Aging: Four Phases of Potential in the Second Half of Life.” Geriatrics 56 (April 2001): 51+.
Cooper, Ilene. Review of Santa Comes to Little House by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Illustrated by Renee Graef. Booklist 98 (September 15, 2001): 237.
Cornell, Laurel L. “They Don’t Know Jack.” The American Enterprise 12 (September 2001): 11-12.
Eddy, Sara Ann. “Racing west: Frontier ideology and race in United States homesteading literature.” Ph.D. dissertation, Massachusetts: Tufts University, 2001, 261 pages. [0011]
Erickson, Valerie A. “Heritage Tourism: A Case Study of The Laura Ingalls Wilder Heritage Tourism Site at Pepin, Wisconsin.” Masters thesis: The University of Wisconsin-Stout, 2001, 70 pages. [0006]
Gormley, Beatrice. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Young Pioneer. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001.
Harmon, Melissa Burdick. “Laura Ingalls Wilder: Her Real Life on the Prairie.” Biography (August 2001): 88-95, 103.
Howard, Helen L. “The High-Back Comb.” A play for Mother’s Day based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Plays 60 (May 2001): 35+.
The Ingalls Family of De Smet. De Smet: Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society, Inc., 2001.
Johannsen, Kristin. “Once Upon a Time on the Prairie.” Los Angeles Times, (April 15, 2001): L-1, L-8.
Kaufmann, Bill. “The Elector Defector.” The American Enterprise 12 (March 2001): 49.
Kogan, Rick. “Oh, Give Him a Home.” Chicago Tribune Magazine (July 1, 2001): 12+, http://pepperbay.com/billkurtis/tribune.html, (accessed November 27, 2007).
Linsenmayer, Penny T. “Little Settlers on the Osage Diminished Reserve: A Study of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s “Little House on the Prairie.” Kansas History 24 (Autumn 2001): 168-185.
Margolis, Mark. “Settlement on ‘Little House’ Books.” School Library Journal 47 (June 2001): 22.
“Missouri Library Repeats Wilder Claim.” American Libraries 32 (March 2001): 20.
Miller, Laura. “The Politically Incorrect House on the Prairie.” Salon, July 7, 2001, http://archive.salon.com/books/int/2001/07/20/lipson/print.html/ (accessed July 20, 2001).
Murphy, Nora. “Starting Children on the Path to the Path: American Indians in Children’s Historical Fiction.” Minnesota History 57 (2001): 284-295.
Passero, Kathy. “Simple Pleasures.” Biography 5 (August 2001): 98-99.
Raatma, Lucia. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Teacher and Author. Chicago: Ferguson Publishing Company, 2001.
Review of Santa Comes to Little House by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Illustrated by Renee Graef. School Library Journal 47 (October 2001): 7.
Roback, Diane and Jason Britton, editors. “All-Time Bestselling Children’s Books.” Publishers Weekly 248 (December 17, 2001): 24-32.
Simonetta, Kathleen. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Mae Woods. School Library Journal 47 (March 2001): 244.
“They’re Back!” Publisher’s Weekly 248 (April 30, 2001): 80.
Walker, Pamela. Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: Children’s Press, a Division of Scholastic Inc., 2001.
Ward, S. Meet Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: PowerKids Press, 2001.
“Wilder Copyright Suit Settled.” American Libraries 32 (June 2001): 35.
Whitmer, Paul. “Don’t Forget the Lemon Verbena.” Flower & Garden Magazine, November 2001, http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1082/is_6_45/ai_80308888 (accessed November 15, 2001).
Zvirin, Stephanie. “Women’s History for the Very Young.” Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Alexandra Wallner. Booklist 97 (March 1, 2001): 1280.

2002

Bader, Barbara. “How the ‘Little House’ gave ground: The Beginnings of Multiculturalism in a New, Black Children’s Literature.” The Horn Book Magazine 78 (November / December 2002): 657-
“Biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Educational Paperback Association, 2002, http://www.edupaperback.org/pastbios/Wilderl.html/ (accessed February 8, 2002).
Bottum, J. “Dakota Christmas.” First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life (December 2002): 37-42.
Bumiller, Elisabeth. “Quietly, the First Lady Builds a Literary Room of Her Own.” The New York Times, Late Edition, East Coast (October 6, 2002): A-1.
“Celebrity Roots: Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Biography 6 (December 2002): 24.
Chandler, Abby. “Not Being Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Association for Living History, Farm And Agricultural Museums (Fall 2002): 3-5.
Charen, Mona. “Even Boys Enjoy ‘Little House’ Books.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (March 5, 2002).
Dwyer, Margaret T. “Little House at Old World.” Wisconsin Magazine of History (Summer 2002): 4-11.
Edwards, Carol A. Review of Old Town in the Green Groves by Cynthia Rylant. School Library Journal 48 (April 2002): 156-157.
Heppermann, Christine. “Home on the Range.” The Horn Book Magazine 78 (November 2002): 721+.
Hines, Maryke and Lin Hines. “Little Town on the Prairie.” Highways (August 2002): 50-54.
Review of Fairyland in Art and Poetry: From the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Publishers Weekly 249 (March 11, 2002): 74-75.
“Lecture Focuses on Laura Ingalls Wilder, ‘Little House’.” Philadelphia Ingelligencer-Record, 2002, http://www.phillyburbs.com/intelligencerrecord/news/news_all/1424029.htm (accessed February 27, 2002).
McCabel, Kathy. “10 great places to take a storybook vacation.” USA Today (30 August 2002): D-03.
Miller, Dwight M., editor. Laura Ingalls Wilder and The American Frontier: Five Perspectives. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, Inc., 2002.
Nikolajeva, Maria. “A Dream of Complete Idleness: Depiction of Labor in Children’s Fiction.” The Lion and the Unicorn 26 (September 2002): 305-321. [0046]
Phillips, Anne K. “Little House on a Big Quilt.” Review of Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder by Ann Romines. Children’s Literature 30 (2002): 194-198, 262. [0044]
Rasdal, Dave. “‘Braille School’ saves history of mission.” Cedar Rapids – Iowa City (Iowa) Gazette (June 9, 2002): B-1.
Spufford, Francis. “The Town,” in The Child that Books Built: A Life in Reading, 108-148, 212. New York: Metropolitan Books, 2002.
Vondrak, Jayne R. An Albanian Gypsy Along Smooth Trails: Rose Wilder Lane. Cedar Rapids: Iowa Writing Project, 2002.
Weisman, Kay. Review of Old Town in the Green Groves by Cynthia Rylant. Booklist 98 (May 1, 2002): 1527-1528.
—. “Reflections on Fiction Spin-offs: Should Harriet Spy Again?” Booklist 99 (December 2002): 667.
Wergeland, Kari. “New ‘Little House’ book fills in the missing years.” Review of Old Town in the Green Groves by Cynthia Rylant. Seattle Times (June 1, 2002): E-1.

2003

Bartlett, Bruce. “Capitol Gang.” The Wall Street Journal (June 6, 2003): W-18.
Campbell, Donna. “Written with a Hard and Ruthless Purpose”: Rose Wilder Lane, Edna Ferber, and Middlebrow Regional Fiction,” 25-44, in Middlebrow Moderns, edited by Lisa Botshon and Meredith Goldsmith, Boston, Northeastern University Press, 2003.
Coates, Patricia Weil. “Details: Tracy, Minnesota.” The Washington Post (July 6, 2003): 4.
Ford, Carin T. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Real-Life Pioneer of the ‘Little House’ Books. Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Enslow Publishing, Inc., 2003.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder…Author.” Monkeyshines on America, South Dakota Issue (August 2003): 23+.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pioneer Storyteller.” All Info About, October 20, 2003, http://americanhistory.allinfoabout.com/library/westward/wilder.html (accessed October 20, 2003).
McKenzie, Jennifer L. “Calling All Cowgirls.” Southern Living 38 (August 2003): 36.
MacLeod, Anne Scott. “The Common School.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 27 (Winter 2002-2003): 183-190.
Mara, Wil. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Chicago: Children’s Press, 2003.
Meehan, Maggie Head. “Have I Got a Story For You.” Metro West Daily News, June 2003, http://metrowestdailynews.com/arts_lifestyle/arts_lifestyle/storytelling062203.htm (accessed June 22, 2003).
Potter, Constance. “Genealogy Notes: De Smet, Dakota Territory, Little Town in the National Archives.” Prologue 35 (Winter 2003): 68-75.
Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Wil Mara. Booklist (June 1, 2003): 1800.
Review of Women Who Eat: A New Generation on the Glory of Food edited by Leslie Miller. Publisher’s Weekly 250 (October 13, 2003): 69.
“Rose Wilder Lane.” Contemporary Authors Online (Gale, 2003), accessed via http://galenet.galenetgroup.com, accessed March 9, 2008.
Schmitz, Kathy. Heart & Home: Unique American Women and the Houses that Inspire. Kansas City: Kansas City Star Books, 2003.
Seidman, Rachel F. “This Little House of Mine.” Common-Place, April 2003, http://www.common-place.org/vol-03/no-03/seidman/ (accessed April 3, 2003).
Smulders, Sharon. “‘The Only Good Indian’: History, Race, and Representation in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 27 (2003): 191-202.
Stoneley, Peter. “Black Tuesday” in Part III of Consumerism and American Girls’ Literature, 1860-1940; 18, 123, 134-140. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Williams, Julie Hedgepeth. “Little Newspapers on the Prairie: The Frontier Press Career of Carrie Ingalls.” 2003, 26 pages. [0061]

2004

Anderson, William T. Prairie Girl: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2004.
Campbell, Donna M. Laura Ingalls Wilder in Chapter 14, “Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s.” American Literary Scholarship: An Annual 2004, 295-333. [0048]
Coats, Karen. “Review of Prairie Girl: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder by William T. Anderson.” Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books 57 (April 2004): 313.
Douglas, Lee. “Local legend still a mystery: Puzzle of Forest Grove’s ‘Little House’ connection eludes historians, enthusiasts.” Forest Grove (Oregon) News-Times (December 29, 2004): 11A.
Ehrhardt, Julia C. Writers of Conviction: The Personal Politics of Zona Gale, Dorothy Fisher, Rose Wilder Lane, and Josephine Herbst. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2004.
The Erskine Family, “Living Books for the Ears.” Online radio broadcast of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s The Long Winter. January 6, 2004. http://www.homeschoolradioshows.com. (accessed January 20, 2005)
Friendly, Ed. “Nets’ Desperate Measures.” Yahoo!News Online (accessed October 5, 2004).
Hickerson, Joe. “The Songfinder: A Reader-Assisted Song Search Archive.” Sing Out! 48 (Spring 2004): 82-85.
Latane, Catherine, and Martha Kuhlman. The Village of Pepin at the Time of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Pepin, Wisconsin: C. Latane, 2004.
Lawson, Dorie McCullough. Posterity: Letters of Great Americans to Their Children. New York: Doubleday, 2004.
Lindell, Linda. “Bringing Books to a Book-Hungry Land: Print Culture on the Dakota Prairie.” Book History 7 (January 1, 2004): 215-238.
Peterson, Dan. A Business History of the Village of Walnut Station – Walnut Grove. Box 373, Walnut Grove, Minnesota 56180, 2004.
Review of Farmer Boy, Audiobook read by Cherry Jones. Booklist 100 (August 2004): 1954.
Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder by David Armentrout and Patricia Armentrout. Booklist 100 (February 1, 2004): 977. [0047]
Review of Little House on the Prairie, Little House in the Big Woods, and On the Banks of Plum Creek. Audiobooks read by Cherry Jones. School Library Journal 50 (February 2004): 74.
Review of Posterity: Letters of Great Americans to Their Children by Dorie McCullough Lawson (contains letter written by Laura Ingalls Wilder). Publishers Weekly 251 (March 29, 2004): 252-253.
Review of Prairie Girl: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder by William Anderson. Publishers Weekly 251 (February 2, 2004): 79.
Salmela, Joann. “Little Trip on the Prairie.” Duluth News Tribune, July 2004, http://www.duluthnewstribune.com (accessed July 4, 2004).
Sheridan, Rebecca. “Review of Prairie Girl by William T. Anderson.” School Library Journal 50 (April 2004): 128.
Smith, Susan Atteberry. “Hidden Ecosystems Hold Ozarks Treasures.” Springfield Missouri News-Leader (October 14, 2004, accessed online).
Solomon, “The Little House Trail: A Prairie Journey Through the Lands and Homes of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Chicago Tribune, Online Edition, April 2004, http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/magazine/chi-0404180416apr18,1,6824896.story (accessed April 18, 2004).
Soltan, Rita. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder: Real-Life Pioneer of the ‘Little House’ Books by Carin T. Ford. School Library Journal 50 (May 2004): 166-167.
Stuever, Hank. “Little Girls on the Prairie.” The Washington Post Online. (accessed July 18, 2004).
Weldy, Lance E. “Seeking a felicitous space: The dialectics of women and frontier space in Giants in the Earth, Little House on the Prairie, and My Antonia.” Ph.D. dissertation, Texas A&M University, 2004, 103 pages. [0019]

2005

Beauregard, Sue-Ellen. Review of Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder, audio read by Chery Jones. The Booklist 102 (November 1, 2005): 68.
Benge, Janet and Jeff Benge. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Storybook Life. Lynnwood, Wisconsin: Emerald Books, 2005.
Beram, Nell. “The Beaten Path: Off the Prairie.” The Horn Book (January / February 2005): 61-67.
Chevigny, Blue. “Little Cafe in the Big Woods: How the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder came to depend on one family-owned restaurant for its survival.” Chicago Reader 34 (June 3, 2005): 36.
Craft, Dan. “You say Harry Potter, we say Laura Wilder.” Pantagraph (June 14, 2005), accessed via elibrary, August 27, 2005.
Davis, Hope. “Books That Made a Difference.” O: The Oprah Magazine 6 (April 2005): 162-163.
“Exhibit raising funds for women’s health.” Great Falls (Montana) Tribune, March 29, 2005, www.greatfallstribune.com (accessed March 29, 2005).
Flynn, Gillian. Review of “Little House on the Prairie” made-for-television movie. Entertainment Weekly online, http://www.ew.com/ew/article/review/tv/0,6115,1039131_3|106643||0_-_.00.html (accessed March 21, 2005).
Johnson, Steve. “Give the gift of the printed word.” American Printer 122 (December 2005): 80.
Kilgore, John. “Little House in the Culture Wars.” Agora, an online journal (September 2005), http://www.eiu.edu/~agora/Sept05/Kilgmain.htm (accessed November 27, 2007). Reprinted from The Vocabula Review, April 2005.
Larkin, Susan. “Hear me whisper, hear me roar: Life writing, literature for children, and Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Ph.D. dissertation, Illinois State University, 2005, 185 pages. [0013]
“Little town on the prairie draws tourists: Laura Ingalls Wilder fans find earlier way of life in South Dakota.” CNN.com, http://www.cnn.com/2005/TRAVEL/DESTINATIONS/08/08/little.house.ap/index.html (accessed August 8, 2005).
Lucht, Gene. “Little House author’s world brought to live by retired farmer.” Iowa Farmer Today, December 14, 2005, www.iowafarmertoday.com/articles/2005/12/15/top_stories/08biz-history.txt (accessed December 30, 2005).
Moss, Meg. “Swarm.” Ask (Peru) 4 (May / June 2005): 22 (6).
Oppenheimer, Mark. “What They’re Reading at the Kitchen Table.” The Wall Street Journal (eastern edition, New York). (September 2, 2005): W-11.
Rucker, Beth. “Panning for Literary Gold at the Public Library.” The Washington Post (December 27, 2005): C-04.
“Stories and a Fiddle.” Springfield, Missouri News-Leader, March 11, 2005, www.news-leader.com (accessed March 11, 2005).
“Web hopping.” Everett (Washington) The Herald (November 20, 2005): 1.
Weisman, Kay. Review of A Little House Traveler: Writings from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Journeys Across America. The Booklist 102 (December 15, 2005): 44.
Wenninger, Trini L. Rose Wilder Lane’s San Francisco. Sylvania, Ohio: PrairieMania, 2005.

2006

Bush, Laura. “Pursuits: Books, Five Best.” (includes Little House books. The Wall Street Journal, eastern edition (September 30, 2006): 8.
Campbell, Donna. Laura Ingalls Wilder in Chapter 13, “Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s.” American Literary Scholarship (2006): 273-309. [0049]
Donaldson, Joan. “This boy’s pumpkin was a winnter – twice.” The Christian Science Monitor (September 20, 2006): 18.
Dowd, Diana. “Through the Eyes of Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Teaching Children Mathematics (November 2006): 204-209.
“Empty Nests or Brother Birds? A Christian Science perspective on daily life.” The Christian Science Monitor (May 30, 2006): 18.
Howard, Nate. “Laura’s Living Prairie.” Apple Seeds (May 2006): 24+.
Miller, John E. “Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Perspective from 1932, the Year of Publication of Her First ‘Little House’ Book,” Big Muddy: A Journal of the Mississippi River Valley 2.1, http://www6.semo.edu/universitypress/bigmuddy/NF/Online_Publications_Articles.htm (accessed online August 8, 2007).
Mitchell-Marell, Gabrielle. “Little House Under Renovation.” Publishers Weekly 253 (December 4, 2006): 48.
“New presenters add more variety to Speakers Bureau.” Voices from the Prairie (Summer 2006): 8.
Sawyer, Jenny. Review of Little House Traveler by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The Christian Science Monitor (March 7, 2006): 14.
Schon, Robert and Michael L. Galaty. “Diachronic Frontiers: Landscape Archaeology in Higland Albania.” Mentions Rose Wilder Lane. Journal of World-Systems Research XII (December 2006): 231-262. [0177]
Stafford, Matthew. “Dip the Halls.” Pacific Sun 44 (December 15-21, 2006): 11.
Suzuki, Noriko. “Japanese Democratization and the Little House Books: The Relation between General Head Quarters and The Long Winter in Japan after World War II.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 31 (Spring 2006): 65 (22 pages).
Warner, Julia. “Long Live Harry.” The New York Times (July 7, 2006): A-17.
Weisman, Kay. Review of On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Book Links 15 (July 2006): 61.
“‘We The People’ Applications Sought.” American Libraries 37 (December 2006): 12.
Wilder, Laura Ingalls. A Little House Traveler: Writings from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Journeys Across America. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 2006.
Wilson, Waziyatawin Angela Cavender. “Burning Down the House: Laura Ingalls Wilder and American Colonialism” in Unlearning the Language of Conquest, edited by Donald Trent Jones. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006, 66-80.

2007

“75 years later, there’s still devotion to ‘Little House.” Los Angeles Times (April 27, 2007): E-23.
Benardete, J.J. Review of The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane: Literary Journalist by Amy Mattson Lauters. Choice 45 (October 2007): 282.
Burns, Brian. Review of The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane: Literary Journalist by Amy Mattson Lauters. The Kansas City Star (July 8, 2007): F10.
Burns, Jennifer. “O Libertarian, Where Is Thy Sting?” Journal of Policy History 19 (2007): 452-471. [0050]
Byrd, Jodi A. “‘Living My Native Life Deadly’: Red Lake, Ward Churchill, and the Discources of Competing Genocides.” The American Indian Quarterly 31 (Spring 2007): 310-332. [0051]
Edwards, Leigh H. “The Endless End of Frontier Mythology: PBS’s Frontier House 2002.” Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies 37 (2007): 29-34. [0052]
Farrer, Katie E. “The Little House as Home.” M.A. Dissertation, University of Wyoming, 2007, 58 pages. [0012]
Gimbel, Barney. “Where are they now? R. Foster Winans.” Fortune (April 16, 2007): 100.
Hill, Pamela Smith. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Writer’s Life. Pierre, South Dakota: South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2007.
Jebian, Wayne. “Little House in Limbo: Rediscovering Almanzo Wilder.” Magazine Americana (October 2007), http://www.americanpopularculture.com/bestsellers/almanzo.htm (accessed online February 10, 2008).
Kabel, Marcus. “Happy 75th to ‘Little House’.” Seattle Times (April 30, 2007): E-8.
“Laura Ingalls Wilder letter donated to museum.” The Wessington Springs (South Dakota) True Dakotan XXXIII (October 23, 2007): 1, 4.
Lauters, Amy Mattson. “From Her Own Point of View: Rediscovering Rose Wilder Lane, Literary Journalist.” American Journalism 24 (Winter 2007): 7-32.
—. The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane, Literary Journalist. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 2007.
“Library Inherits Laura Ingalls Wilder Letter.” School Library Journal 53 (March 2007): 20.
Lin, Cathy Carmode. “Little House in Missouri: Reliving the past through Laura Ingalls Wilder.” Anniston (Alabama) Star (August 18, 2007): 1.
McAuliffe, Jr., Dennis. “Books to Avoid: Little House on the Osage Prairie,” http://www.oyate.org/books-to-avoid/littlehouse.html (accessed online November 27, 2007).
Obituary for Ed Friendly, Jr. Los Angeles Times (June 20, 2007): B-8.
Obituary for Edwin Samson “Ed” Friendly, Jr. The New York Times, late edition, east coast (June 22, 2007): A-19.
Perkins, Mitali. “No Place Like Home.” School Library Journal (Spring 2007): 14-17. [0053]
Sickels, Amy. Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: Chelsea House, 2007.
Springen, Karen. “Marketing: A ‘Little House’ Makeover.” Newsweek, January 29, 2007, www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16721095/site/newsweek (accessed January 25, 2007).
Sweeney, Meghan. “Like a Vanishing World: The Rose of the County Fair in Three Depression-Era Children’as Books.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 32 (Summer 2007):142 (21 pages).
Yardly, Jonathan. “Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Well-Insulated ‘Little House’.” The Washington Post (November 8, 2007): C-1.

2008

Beito, David T. and Linda Royster Beito. “Isabel Paterson, Rose Wilder Lane, and Zora Neale Hurston on War, Race, the State, and Liberty.” The Independent Review 12 (Spring 2008): 553-573. [0054]
Blackford, Holly. “Civilization and Her Discontents: The Unsettling Nature of Ma in Little House in the Big Woods.” Frontiers – A Journal of Women’s Studies 29 (January 2008): 147-187. [0056]
Bliss, Eula. “No Man’s Land.” The Believer 6 (February 2008): 3-12. http://www.believermag.com/issues/200802/?read=article_biss (accessed online February 10, 2008).
Chew, Cynthia Mei-Li. “It’s stupid being a girl!” The Tomboy character in Selected Children’s Series Fiction. PhD Dissertation, Murdoch University, 2008. http://wwwlib.murdoch.edu.au/adt/pubfiles/adt-MU20090430.203438/02Whole.pdf (accessed online August 5, 2009, 457 pages). [0007]
Fatzinger, Amy S. “Indians in the House”: Revisiting American Indians in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Books. PhD Dissertation, The University of Arizona, 2008, 276 pages. [0008]
Fellman, Anita Clair. Little House, Long Shadow: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Impact on American Culture. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 2008.
Glenn, Kacie. “The Prairie Agenda: The Hidden History of the Tomboy.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 54 (July 11, 2008).
Helms, Derek. “Laura Ingalls Wilder historical collection is a must-see attraction.” Capper’s (January 2008): 54-55.
Johnson, Johna Till. “Cautionary tale from the ’40s still rings true.” Network World 25 (January 28, 2008): 24. http://www.networkworld.com/columnists/2008/012408johna.html [0058]
MacBride, Samantha. “The Immorality of Waste: Depression-Era Perspectives in the Digital Age.” Substance 37 (2008): 71-77. [0059]
Meyer, Kimberly Erin. Accidental Pilgrims. PhD Dissertation, University of Houston, 2008, 236 pages. [0009]
Miller, John E. Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane: Authorship, Place, Time, and Culture. Columbia, Missouri: The University of Missouri Press, 2008.
Nigro, Kathleen. “Rachel Calof and Jewish Immigrant Women: Between a ‘land of opportunity’ and a ‘terrible new world.” Studies in American Jewish Literature 27 (2008): 23-33. [0057]
Nordin, Kendra. “The Two Writing Wilders.” Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Writer’s Life by Pamela Smith Hill. The Christian Science Monitor (January 22, 2008): 14.
Pierce, Jennifer Burek. “Science, Advocacy, and ‘The Sacred and Intimate Things of Life’: Representing Motherhood as a Progressive Era Cause in Women’s Magazines.” American Periodicals 18 (2008): 69-95. [0055]
Southey, Tabitha. “Little House on the Parquet.” Toronto Globe & Mail (November 15, 2008): F2.
Weismann, Stephen M., M.D. Chaplin: A Life. New York: Arcade Publishing, 2008. Pages 272-284, 304 about Rose Wilder Lane.

2009

Attebery, Brian. “Elizabeth Enright and the Family Story as Genre.” Children’s Literature 37 (2009): 114-136. [0021]
Bergmeier, Dave. “Little House fans get revealing peek.” The Abilene Reflector-Chronicle (July 14, 2009).
Campbell, Donna. Review of Little House, Long Shadow by Anita Clair Fellman. Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 28 (Spring 2009): 180-183. [0217]
Dawson, Joanna. Review of The Love Songs of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Sharon McCartney. Western American Literature 44 (Fall 2009): 292-293. [0218]
Ehlers, Marla J. Review of Little House, Long Shadow by Anita Clair Fellman. The Lion and the Unicorn 33 (2009): 107-111.
Larkin, Susan. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Writer’s Life, by Pamela Smith Hill. The Lion and the Unicorn 33 (2009): 104-107.
Laurers, Amy Mattson. More than a Farmer’s Wife: Voices of American Farm Women 1910-1960 (see Chapter 5, “For Farm Women ‘The Only Class of Workers Who Are Absolutely Without Representation'”). Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 2009.
Lefebvre, Benjamin. “Wilder and Lane Revisited.” Review of Little House, Long Shadow: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Impact on American Culture by Anita Clair Fellman and Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane: Authorship, Place, Time, and Culture by John E. Milller. Children’s Literature 37 (2009): 271-275. [0022]
Meyer, Kimberly. “Little Log Houses For You and Me.” Brain, Child 10 (Fall 2009): 48-57. [0306]
Mills, Claudia. Review of Little House, Long Shadow by Anita Clair Fellman. Childrens Literature Association Quarterly 34 (Spring 2009): 70-73.
Ray, Karen. “Suger Candy, Sage Dressing, and Seed Wheat: The Immediacy of Food in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little Houses on the Prairies, A Cautionary Tale for Modern America.” Heritage of the Great Plains LXI (Winter 2009): 4-17. [0305]
Rozeff, Norman. “The Amazing Life of Rose Wilder Lane.” Harlingen, Texas, Valley Morning Star (March 14, 2009): C1-C3.
Skousen, Mark. “Five Americans Inducted Into Free Market Hall of Fame.” HumanEvents.com (July 15, 2009). http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=32707 (accessed online July 15, 2009).
Thurman, Judith. “Wilder Women: The mother and daughter behind the Little House stories.” The New Yorker (August 10, 2009). http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/atlarge/2009/08/10/090810crat_atlarge_thurman (accessed online August 5, 2009)
—. Live chat. August 2009.
Uthoff, Sarah S. Review of Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Writer’s Life by Pamela Smith Hill. The Western Historical Quarterly 40 (Spring 2009): 113.
Woodworth, Cherie. Review of Cartographies of Tsardom: The Land and Its Meanings in Seventeenth-Century Russia. (comparisons to LH) Journal of Social History 42 (Summer 2009): 1091-1093. [0219]

2010

Atkins, Jeannine. Borrowed Names: Poems about Laura Ingalls Wilder, Madam C.J. Walker, Marie Curie, and their Daughters. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2010.
Druchunas, Donna. “From the Little House on the Prairie to a Career as a Prolific Author, Editor, and Political Activist: Rose Wilder Lane.” Piecework XVIII (September / October 2010): 23-29. [0307]
Ingalls Family: Laura Ingalls Wilder, Rose Wilder Lane, List of Real-Life Individuals From Little House on the Prairie< , Charles Ingalls. Memphis: Books LLC, 2010. [0293]
Weldy, Lance. Seeking a Felicitous Space on the Frontier: The Progression of the Modern American Woman in O.E. Rölvaag, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Willa Cather. Stuttgart, Germany: Ibidem, 2010.

     

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