Laura Ingalls Wilder
A 150-Year Legacy
South Dakota State Historical Society History Conference
April 28 - 29, 2017| Sioux Falls, South Dakota
William Anderson, an award-winning historian and author, has written extensively on Laura Ingalls Wilder and her Little House novels.
Caroline Fraser is the editor of the Library of America’s two-volume edition of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books.
Michael Patrick Hearn, a scholar of American literature, is one of the country’s leading specialists in children’s literature and its illustrators.
Nancy Tystad Koupal is director and editor-in-chief of the South Dakota State Historical Society’s Pioneer Girl Project and the South Dakota Historical Society Press.
Elizabeth Jameson has conducted in-depth studies into the history of women in the West, including the pioneer narratives of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane.
Sallie Ketcham is the author of Laura Ingalls Wilder: American Writer on the Prairie, which is a part of the Routledge Historical Americans series.
Amy Lauters is the author of The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane, Literary Journalist, which explores Lane’s literary and journalistic career.
John E. Miller has published three books on Laura Ingalls Wilder’s life, career, and place as a midwestern woman.
Paula M. Nelson has written extensively on rural women’s history and the agricultural settlement of the Great Plains.
Ann Romines won the Children’s Literature Association’s award for best scholarly book on children’s literature for Constructing the Little House: Gender, Culture, and Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Noel Silverman has worked with Laura Ingalls Wilder’s legacy for over forty-five years and as counsel to the Little House Heritage Trust since its inception.
Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867–1957) is the internationally bestselling author of the Little Houseseries and Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography.
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