1. In what year was Laura Ingalls Wilder born? 1867 Correct Incorrect 1867 1877 Correct Incorrect 1877 1860 Correct Incorrect 1860 1862 Correct Incorrect 1862 Correct! Wrong! 1867 Laura was born on February 7, 1867. 2. What was the name of the Ingalls son who died when he was an infant? Charles Phillip Ingalls, Jr. Correct Incorrect Charles Phillip Ingalls, Jr. Charles Frederick Ingalls Correct Incorrect Charles Frederick Ingalls Isaiah Charles Ingalls Correct Incorrect Isaiah Charles Ingalls Charles Xavier Ingalls Correct Incorrect Charles Xavier Ingalls Correct! Wrong! Charles Frederick Ingalls "Freddie" was not even a year old when he died. At the time, his cause of death was listed as 'diarrhea'. Historians agree that his death could easily have been prevented with modern medicine. 3. Which Ingalls daughter had biological children? Laura Correct Incorrect Laura Laura and Carrie Correct Incorrect Laura and Carrie Laura, Carrie and Grace Correct Incorrect Laura, Carrie and Grace None of them Correct Incorrect None of them Correct! Wrong! Laura Laura gave birth to two children: Rose and an unnamed son who died only a few weeks after birth. Carrie became a stepmother to two children, but didn't have children of her own. Grace and her husband never had children. 4. in which state was Laura's husband Almanzo Wilder born? Minnesota Correct Incorrect Minnesota North Dakota (the Dakota territory) Correct Incorrect North Dakota (the Dakota territory) New York Correct Incorrect New York Florida Correct Incorrect Florida Correct! Wrong! New York Almanzo was born on a large farm in Malone, New York on February 13, 1857. 5. Which disease led to Almanzo requiring a cane to walk for the rest of his life? Cholera Correct Incorrect Cholera Fever n' auge Correct Incorrect Fever n' auge Dysentery Correct Incorrect Dysentery Diphtheria Correct Incorrect Diphtheria Correct! Wrong! Diptheria Both Laura and Almanzo suffered from Diphtheria in 1888. Almanzo's lower limbs were temporarily paralyzed and even after he recovered, he required a cane to walk for the rest of his life. 6. What is the name of Laura and Almanzo's farm in Mansfield, Missouri? Rocky Ridge Farm Correct Incorrect Rocky Ridge Farm Rocky Road Farm Correct Incorrect Rocky Road Farm Rugged Ridge Farm Correct Incorrect Rugged Ridge Farm Rocky Top Farm Correct Incorrect Rocky Top Farm Correct! Wrong! Rocky Ridge Farm Almanzo custom built the house to suit his wife, who stood barely five feet tall. The house and farm are now a museum. 7. What was Rose Wilder Lane's first profession? Journalist Correct Incorrect Journalist Nurse Correct Incorrect Nurse Real Estate Agent Correct Incorrect Real Estate Agent Telegrapher Correct Incorrect Telegrapher Correct! Wrong! Telegrapher Rose worked as a telegrapher from ages 17 to 24 in Missouri, Illinois and California. 8. Rose considered herself aligned with which political party? Democratic Correct Incorrect Democratic Republican Correct Incorrect Republican Libertarian Correct Incorrect Libertarian She had no political affliation Correct Incorrect She had no political affliation Correct! Wrong! Libertarian Rose was a staunch opponent of Roosevelt's New Deal and claimed she stopped writing high-paying commercial fiction to protest paying income tax. 9. In which year did "Little House on the Prairie" first air on television? 1972 Correct Incorrect 1972 1974 Correct Incorrect 1974 1978 Correct Incorrect 1978 1980 Correct Incorrect 1980 Correct! Wrong! 1974 A two-hour pilot movie aired on March 30, 1974 on NBC. The series debuted on September 11 of the same year. 10. Which of the "Little House" books should be read first if you want to follow Laura's life chronologically? "Little House on the Prairie" Correct Incorrect "Little House on the Prairie" "Little Town on the Prairie" Correct Incorrect "Little Town on the Prairie" "On the Banks of Plum Creek" Correct Incorrect "On the Banks of Plum Creek" "Little House in the Big Woods" Correct Incorrect "Little House in the Big Woods" Correct! Wrong! "Little House in the Big Woods" Though Laura and Rose took some liberties with the actual ages of the Ingalls girls at this time in history, "Little House in the Big Woods" is the story of Laura's fifth year of life.