"In 1908 she delivered her third child, this time a boy, Junius."
"By 1910 Arthur Sr. and his adult sons worked alongside Sidney Wilson as woodcutters."
"In 1910 Mary and Sidney Wilson lived in a house facing a dirt road in the predominately African American community of Castle Hayne, a rural area on the outskirts of Wilmington, North Carolina."
"Daughter Carrie followed in 1911."
"In 1916 the young boy entered the North Carolina school for the Colored Blind and Deaf in Raleigh, a state residential school and the first southern school for black deaf children."
"As many observers have claimed, what happened to Wilson in the 1920's would be unthinkable today."
Approx. 1920 - 1929
"But Wilson was separated from this community in 1924, when a minor infraction led to his expulsion."