· Dickinson dies May 15th, 1886, presumably as a result of Bright’s disease.
· Moore takes various secretarial courses at Carlisle Commercial College in 1910-11. Afterwards she becomes a teacher at U.S. Industrial Indian School until 1915.
· Moore tours various museums in England, Scotland, and France with her mother in 1911. Moore visits museums in Glasgow, Oxford, Paris and London.
· Moore tours various museums in England, Scotland, and France with her mother in 1911. Moore visits museums in Glasgow, Oxford, London, and Paris.
Moore moves to Brooklyn, New York in 1929, she remains there despite her mother's death in 1947.
· Moore moves to Manhattan, New York in 1918 after her brother joins the U.S. Navy.
· Moore moves to Chatam, New Jersey in 1916 with her mother to help take care of her brother’s house.
· Moore becomes the editor of the Dial in 1925 until 1929. The Dial becomes discontinued after 1929.
Festus Claudius "Claude" McKay is born September 15th, 1890. McKay is born in Sunny Ville, Clarendon Parish, Jamaica to Thomas Francis McKay and Hannah Ann Elizabeth Edwards.
After suffering a heart attack in 1948 and a series of strokes in later years, Williams is admitted to Hillside Hospital in February of 1953.