Mary Ingalls Kendall ist einer der Hauptcharaktere bei Unsere kleine Farm. Sie basiert auf der. Caroline Ingalls ist die Mutter von Mary, Laura, Carrie und Grace. Sie war vor ihrem Aufbruch in die Prärie von Kansas als Lehrerin tätig. So legt sie einen großen. Mary Ingalls. Mary Amelia Ingalls (* Januar in Wisconsin, USA; † Oktober in De Smet, South Dakota) war eine Schwester der Schriftstellerin.
Unsere kleine Farm: Die Stars heuteMary Amelia Ingalls (* Januar in Wisconsin, USA; † Oktober in De Smet, South Dakota) war die ältere Schwester der Schriftstellerin Laura. Mary Ingalls Kendall ist einer der Hauptcharaktere bei Unsere kleine Farm. Sie basiert auf der. Mary Ingalls war eine Schwester von Laura Ingalls Wilder. 1 Kindheit Geburt Leben in.
Mary Ingalls “We regret to report the death of Miss Mary Ingalls.” VideoLittle House On The Prairie Tribute to Mary Ingalls and John Jr. 5/4/ · From to , Melissa Sue Anderson appeared as Mary Ingalls, a well-behaved girl who tragically lost her sight, on 'Little House on the Prairie.'Author: Sara Kettler. Mary Amelia Ingalls (født januar , død oktober ) var storesøster av forfatteren Laura Ingalls og kjent fra Huset på prærien.. Hun ble født utenfor den lille byen Pepins av foreldrene Caroline Ingalls og Charles Ingalls, som det første av fem barn.Død: oktober (63 år), Keystone. 2/3/ · In the "Little House" series, Mary Ingalls was blinded by scarlet fever. Researchers say Laura Ingalls Wilder's real sister may have had viral meningoencephalitis. Marc Stachel 4 5 6 Christian Stark 7 8. Zurück Weiter. John Hawkins, William F. Christa Häussler Theobald Böhm Irina Wanka 2 3 4 5 6 Saskia Weckler 7 8.
She wrote her parents to ask if it was all right for her to stay with her friend Blanche for the summer. Reluctantly, they agreed, still wanting the best for their eldest child and pleased by this opportunity, even though they would miss her terribly.
Laura felt that nothing would ever be right again. I felt it was always here, to come back to. Mary graduated from the Iowa College for the Blind on June 12, , one of eight in her class.
Then, in the same year South Dakota became a state, she returned to the little town on the prairie, to live with her family in the new house her father built with her in mind.
The town still exists, though Silver Lake has vanished, and hundreds of trees, some over a century old, now dot the treeless prairie that Mary and Laura knew.
The population of De Smet, in , is just over a thousand people, which is about the same as it was at the turn of the twentieth century.
Back then, the town existed to serve the farmers in the region. Today, its biggest industry is tourism. Thousands of Little House fans flood the area in the summer months.
The Third Street house, where Mary was to live the rest of her life, was spacious and comfortable. It was a typical Victorian home, with dark furniture, lace curtains, and flowered wallpaper, quite unlike the little cabins where the family had lived before.
Dozens of cupboards and closets, divided into neat compartments, provided a place for everything—and everything was always put into place.
In the back yard, a network of ropes ensured that Mary could easily find her way to the garden and the various outbuildings. Mary occasionally left De Smet—to visit friends or family, and once she went to Chicago for an operation to ease the pain from neuralgia; but for the most part she lived quietly at home, contented with her books and music, visits with friends, and church activities.
She loved to read and subscribed to a braille magazine. She played the organ for hours; she loved that too. She offered to play the organ at Congregational Church services—and remained as the church organist for more than thirty years.
With her sisters Carrie and Grace, she joined the De Smet chapter of a new non-denominational youth group, the first of its kind—the Society for Christian Endeavor.
Like her sister, Mary was a writer. In fact, she lived in a nest of writers. Her father was not only a skilled storyteller, he also wrote down several entertaining accounts of his trials and adventures.
Both parents contributed to a circulating family newsletter that continued for two generations. Carrie, the baby of the Little House years, was to enjoy a flourishing career as a printer and a publisher of newspapers, at a time when few women worked outside the home.
Mary herself composed poetry. Even as a child she had jotted down rhyming lines on her slate and on bits of paper that came her way.
Others carry strong religious themes, and several of them were published in the Congregationalist church newspaper, The Advance.
Laura had married Almanzo Wilder in , while Mary was away at college, and for a few years, she lived just down the road from the Ingalls home, with her husband and baby daughter.
She visited often, but then, in , the Wilders left South Dakota to seek better economic horizons, first in Florida, then in Missouri.
Grace lived at home until she married, in Both girls learned New York point so they could write directly to Mary.
Then it was just Ma and Mary in the Third Street house. She embellished the nets she by interweaving colored string in careful patterns, no doubt imagining rainbows, just as she did when she wove the braided rug during the long winter.
When the Ingalls ladies were out and about, they were always together. Both were beautifully dressed, always fashionable. Mary knew the way so well her footsteps never faltered; tall and slender, she had to incline her head to hear her mother speak..
Ma was short and matronly, much more like Laura than Mary herself. As Ma aged into her eighties, she was increasingly crippled with arthritis.
Ma died when she was 83, in Four years later, while she was visiting her sister Carrie, Mary suffered a stroke. Invariably, in all seven volumes of her saga, Laura describes Mary as gentle and kind and good.
As a teen-ager she wrote these words:. My sister Mary. But Laura demurred. It shows all the time. Let us fold away our fears and put by our foolish tears through the coming year and just be glad.
Hänet on haudattu De Smetin hautausmaalle Ingallsien perhehautaan. Mary Ingalls esiintyy henkilöhahmona Laura Ingalls Wilderin kirjoittamissa Ingallsin perheen tarinaa kuvaavissa lasten- ja nuortenkirjoissa, lukuun ottamatta teoksia Farmarin lapset ja Neljä ensimmäistä vuotta.
Televisiosarjassa Pieni talo preerialla Mary Ingallsia esitti Melissa Sue Anderson. Todellisista tapahtumista poiketen televisiosarjassa hahmo meni naimisiin Adam Kendall -nimisen kuvitteellisen hahmon kanssa, ja he saivat myös yhteisen lapsen, joka kuitenkin menehtyi Walnut Groven sokeainkoulun tulipalossa.
Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Storybook Life. YWAM Publishing, Viitattu After her father died in , she and her mother rented out a room in their home for extra income.
Following her mother's death in April , she lived for a time with her sister, Grace Ingalls Dow in Manchester, South Dakota.
She then traveled to Keystone, South Dakota to live with her sister Carrie Ingalls Swanzey. There she suffered from a stroke, and on October 20, she died of pneumonia at age Her body was returned to De Smet, where she was buried in the Ingalls family plot next to her parents at De Smet Cemetery.
Ingalls was portrayed in the television series Little House on the Prairie by actress Melissa Sue Anderson. The television version of Mary Ingalls became a teacher in a school for the blind and married a blind fellow teacher, Adam Kendall, who was portrayed by Linwood Boomer.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Elder sister of author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Keystone, South Dakota , U.
Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Storybook Life. YWAM Publishing. The New York Times. Retrieved February 4, News and World Report.
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