Mary Amelia Ingalls (January 10, 1865 – October 20, 1928) was born near the
town of Pepin, ... 4, 2013). "The Real Reason Mary Ingalls Went Blind". CNN.
Nov 7, 2016 ... In the "Little House" series, Mary Ingalls was blinded by scarlet fever.
Researchers say Laura Ingalls Wilder's real sister may have had viral ...
On October 17, 1928, an elderly blind woman named Mary Amelia Ingalls died in
a small rural community in South Dakota. Her obituary in the local newspaper ...
Feb 4, 2013 ... Mary Ingalls's blindness at age 14 was likely caused by viral
meningoencephalitis. Why did the book name scarlet fever as the culprit, and
Feb 5, 2013 ... It may have been a brain infection -- not scarlet fever -- that caused Mary Ingalls
of "Little House on the Prairie" to go blind. A new study ...
Mary Ingalls went blind when she was 15 years old. This event was covered in
the two-part episode, "I'll Be Waving as You Drive Away." The title for the episode
Mary Ingalls went blind in 1879 at age 14. Between 1840 and 1883, scarlet fever,
caused by Streptococcus pyogenes, was one of the most common infectious ...
Feb 4, 2013 ... Melissa Sue Anderson played Mary Ingalls on the TV series "Little House on the
Prairie." A new article in the journal Pediatrics says Mary's ...
Some speculate that it was actually scarlet fever that caused Mary's blindness.
On November 23, 1881, at the age of sixteen, Mary Ingalls was enrolled at the ...
Feb 4, 2013 ... But in a new study, University of Michigan researchers found it is likely scarlet
fever had nothing to do with Mary's blindness.