Robert Frost was born in San Francisco, California.
His parents were William Prescott Frost Jr. and Isabelle Moodie.
Robert's mother gave birth to her second child, a girl that she named "Jeanie Florence Frost," who was Robert's
Robert had been sent to a private Kindergarten run by
a Russian woman known as "Madame Zitska." On his first
ride back home, the driver had trouble finding Robert's
house, which caused Robert to panic, thinking he would never see his mother again. He then began to protest
every time his mom told him he had to go to school.
Later on, he stopped going overall.
Robert's father died of tuberculosis when Robert was
only 11 years of age. Robert was so shocked that,
according to him he did not speak of his father for years
after he had died.
Ernest Jewell saw Robert's poem, which was called "La
Noche Triste," and he published it on the front page
of the school newspaper.
Robert graduated from Lawrence High School.
He later started going to Dartmouth College until
December, when he left it.
Robert sold his first poem which was called,
"My Butterfly: An Elegy."
He got married to Elinor White. The wedding was private and they held it without anybody's knowledge of it.
Robert and Elinor's first child was born. They had a son
Robert Lee Frost began attending Harvard as a
Robert's second child, a girl named Lesley, was born.
Robert's son Elliot died at age 4 in July. Robert's mother later entered a sanitarium and died of cancer
on November 2nd.
Robert's Grandfather died, leaving Robert with Derry
Farm for ten years.
Robert's next son named "Carol" is born.
Robert's daughter named "Irma" was born.
He taught at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, New
Robert's daughter was born and was named "Elinor
Bettina." But sadly, she dies 3 days later.
Robert accepts a teaching position at New Hampshire
State Normal School; he sells Derry Farm.