Robert Frost's Father dies of Tuberculosis, leaving his family with 8 dollars. Shortly after: Robert, his mother move to Lawrence, Massachusetts under patronage of Robert's grandfather William Frost, Sr.
Frost sells his first poem
Frost sells "My Butterfly. An Elegy" to the New York Independent for $15 (nearly $400 today).
Frost Married Elinor Miriam White at Lawrence, Massachusetts 12/19/1895
Robert get's a farm/Grandfather dies
William Frost buys Robert and Elliot a farm shortly before he died. in 1901
Frost's Mother dies
Mother Dies Of Cancer when Robery was 11
Frost leaves farm to become a teacher
His farm was unsuccessful so he worked as a teacher at Pinkerton Academy till 1911 then at the New Hampshire Normal School.
First production Ford Model T
First production Ford Model T leaves the factory
Frost and family move to Great Britain
Frost and family move to Great Britain, lng first in Glasgow before settling in Beaconsfield outside London.
Frost's first book published
Robert's book "A Boy's Will" was published in 1913.
Frost recieves his first Pulitzer prize
In 1924 for New Hampshire
Frost recieves second Pulitzer prize
In 1931 for "Collected Poems"
Frost recieves 3rd Pulitzer prize
In 1937 for "Further Range"
America Enters WWII
Frost recieves final Pulitzer prize
In 1943 for "A Witness Tree"
Frost reads poem at John F Kennedy's inauguration
Frost spoke for Kennedy and read his poem "The GIft Outright"
Died From a blood clot which worked its way to his lungs