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Ingalls Descendants By Arlene Ingalls Schrader et al.
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More than 16,000 names have been added to Ingalls family history through this 464-page supplement to Burleigh's 1903 Genealogy and History of the Ingalls Family in America. Contributions from more... More > than 450 Ingalls researchers include 20th century descendants as well as new information for many of the earlier lines. This genealogy collection is the cumulative result of more than 20 years of correspondence from Ingalls family researchers to Arlene Ingalls Schrader. The book preview includes the surname listing.< Less
William Ingalls By Jack Norman
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This is about Will, a 17-year-old, former-sailor who becomes an apprentice for an old friend of his father's in Boston in 1773. He prints and delivers newspapers every day and learns of a group... More > called the Sons of Liberty. It's against the law for an apprentice to join any political groups or do anything without their master's permission, but he can't ask his master if he can join the Sons becouse his master is a British gentleman and the Sons of Liberty are against the British, so he secretly joins the group. Will his will to fight for freedom destroy the love he has for a British Gentleman's daughter? Would he risk becoming her enemy to fight for what he believes in?< Less
Lawrence Ingalls Family By Jennifer Lund
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This is a pictorial history covering the families of Lawrence and Marie Ingalls of South Dakota. A slim book including photos from the late 1800s to one of the most recent reunions of their... More > decendents.< Less
INGALLS, CHASTE-PIG By justin benedict
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Did Ingalls make a mistake taking his beautiful new wife to the sadistic Thumbscrew Tank Club...where the other dominant wives taught her to torture him and keep him in near permanent chastity? You... More > be the judge!< Less
Laura Ingalls Wilder Trip Journal By Paige Ferrell
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Journal of a road-trip through the Midwest as I visited most of Laura Ingalls Wilder's homes.
Bridges By Kymberlie Ingalls
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Dive into the forgotten life of a woman who searches for meaning in the everyday, and you will fall deep. What began with an email list amongst friends has grown into a popular online journal that... More > you'll want to follow to see the extraordinary blossom from the ordinary. In this compilation of both published and previously unseen work, journey with Kymberlie through multiple generations of her life, spanning from a young adult to a mature woman. Kymberlie Ingalls is native to the Bay Area in California. She is a pioneer in blogging, self-published online since 1997. Her style is loose, experimental, and a journey in stream of consciousness. Works include personal essay, prose, short fictional stories, and a memoir in progress. Beware of the occasional falling opinions.< Less
Ella B. and the Snippety, Snappety Scissors. By Abigail Ingalls
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Ella B. is an intelligent, funny little girl who is full of life. She is four-years-old and goes to a preschool called Tiny Tigers. Ella B. learns, with the help of her teacher Mrs. Wart, how to use... More > scissors for the first time. When she goes to a store with her mom, she finds a bright red pair of scissors and Ella B. gets to have her very own pair. With her new scissors in hand, Ella B. learns new lessons from her interactions with classmates, her sister, her parents, and a boy named Oliver. Through Sunday school and a lot of funny little prayers, God teaches Ella more about herself than she ever thought possible.< Less
Mathematical Modelling in Systems Biology By Brian Ingalls
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This book is about... drumroll... Mathematical Modelling in Systems Biology. Way to go, ya fucking genius.
The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens : Volume I (Illustrated) By Hazard Stevens
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“About 1640 a mere handful of English colonists went out from Boston, and made the first settlement in the town of Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. They laid out their homes on the... More > Cochichewick, a stream which flows out of the Great Pond in North Andover, and falls into the Merrimac River on the south side a few miles below Lawrence. The infant settlement was known as Cochichewick until 1646, when it was incorporated as a town under its present name, after the Andover in Hampshire, England, the birthplace of some of the settlers. Among the first who thus planted their hearthstones in the wilderness was John Stevens. His name stands fifth in an old list in the town records containing “the names of all the householders in order as they came to town.” The mists of the past still allow a few glimpses of this sturdy Puritan settler. He was admitted a freeman of the colony, June 2, 1641 (Old Style)."< Less
The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens : Volume II (Illustrated) By Hazard Stevens
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“About 1640 a mere handful of English colonists went out from Boston, and made the first settlement in the town of Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. They laid out their homes on the... More > Cochichewick, a stream which flows out of the Great Pond in North Andover, and falls into the Merrimac River on the south side a few miles below Lawrence. The infant settlement was known as Cochichewick until 1646, when it was incorporated as a town under its present name, after the Andover in Hampshire, England, the birthplace of some of the settlers. Among the first who thus planted their hearthstones in the wilderness was John Stevens. His name stands fifth in an old list in the town records containing “the names of all the householders in order as they came to town.” The mists of the past still allow a few glimpses of this sturdy Puritan settler. He was admitted a freeman of the colony, June 2, 1641 (Old Style)."< Less