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Wilson's only colored motion picture theatre.

Wilson Daily Times, 29 July 1921.

The 1922 Sanborn insurance map of Wilson depicts the Globe Theatre on the second floor of a three-story brick building (in pink) occupied by several businesses and a Masonic lodge. 15 more words


The murder of Nettie Vick Jones.

Ten years after Caesar Wooten shot Mittie Strickland near Wilson’s railroad tracks, another man killed a woman near the Nash Street crossing. Initially, at least, this murder drew wide attention: … 324 more words


The estate of Henderson Bagley.

Late in the winter of 1906, Henderson Bagley closed his eyes in death. Born a slave, perhaps in Nash County, he had defied odds to accumulate a sizable estate in western Wilson County. 1,411 more words

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Top Landing Spots for Vick in His Final Year

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Michael Vick, who is arguably the greatest mobile quarterback to ever play the game, has announced that he will retire after the 2016 NFL season. 243 more words


One acre, more or less.

This Indenture made and entered into this the 28th day of Sept., A.D. 1877 between R.J. Taylor and wife Sallie A. Taylor of the first part and… 413 more words

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Michael Vick Documentary presented by B/R

Bleacher Report produced a 5 part series of former number 1 pick Michael Vick that first debuted on July 11,2016. The series concludes tonight and will detail how Michael Vick is now an advocate for animal rights. 277 more words