McKay travels to Russia. While in Russia McKay speaks at, The Third Communist International in Moscow.
Festus Claudius McKay dies as a result of a heart attack May 22, 1948.
Claude McKay enrolls at the Tuskegee Institute in 1912. McKay is influenced by the work of Booker T. Washington and attends the university with the intent of studing agronomy.
McKay attends Kansas State University in 1914.
Claude McKay marries Eulalie Imelda Edwards July 30th, 1914. Their marriage ends after 6 months.
· McKay travels to London, England in 1919 and remains in the United Kingdom until 1921. During his stay in England, McKay publishes his book, Spring in New Hampshire, and works as a journalist for the periodical, Workers’ Dreadnought.
Emily Dickinson visits her cousins in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on her return trip from visiting her father in Washington D.C..
· Dickinson travels to Washington, D.C., 1855. She traveled alongside her sister, Lavina Dickinson; they visited various places including Mount Vernon and the U.S. Patent Office. During their travels they stayed at the Willard’s Hotel. Dickinson travels to Washington, D.C. to visit her father who was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
· Dickinson spends time in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1864 and 1865as a result of multiple eye ailments.
· Dickinson labels Thomas Wentworth Higgins as her instructor starting April 15, 1862.