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Weloslege, since 1873 a part of the univers

ale Pederal, granted on admission..

di per cent of the sale of public land in ders not include an appropriation in para el by the State before the litiga millestimated, $16,000). The East Flor

by State superintendent in 1874 i

kemary of Federal and Sta

CONNECTICO ters Agricultural School: fute grant 1881 (and other years Sate grant 1887-1885, capitalized Siste grant 1888-18%, for building

1990 (Federal), from 1893, c# Ialogerty not subject to annual

Tale of property
Talne of productive funds..

Total fized property

Tamare Odlege:
Adet 132 Federal).

* 1) (Federal), capitalized at 41 The State also contributed to the s Cakeed Students in 1863-97, $4,000,

Pederal subsidy of 1890
Foal property not subject to annual

Valze di property
Tited productive funds
Total fixed property

FLORIDA
tel West Florida seminaries:
Luis (Pederal) granted before and on
almeultural College:
Lot of 1862 (Federal)
Le 1990 (Federal), capitalized at 4 p

Stasid has been given from time to t
thansand at a time.
headpooperty not subject to annual grant:
Tined property
Teise of productive funds

Total fixed property.....
Insity of Georgia:

GEORGIA
lands, State Warrant for $100,000, on whic

Jotz.-The grant was 40,000 acres Sta
Sonth Carolina soil. Stato gave warr

stland.)
hannel appropriation by State for eleven

site for loans?) by State at various times Sereia State Agricultural College:

ad142 Federal) la di 19 Federal), capitalized at 4 per be: 68 1571, donating old United States mi

una (155) Duh in 183. by State Premiin on stock in Bank of Augusta by berga Sehool of Technology:

Let uppropriation by State en werty not subject to annual grant: Tute el productive funds, including $100,00

Total fixed property

Summary of Federal and State aid given to establish higher education in-Cont'd.

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CONNECTICUT-continued.
Storrs Agricultural School:

State grant 1881 (and other years?)
State grant 1887-1895, capitalized at 4 per cent.
State grant 1888-1896, for buildings..

Act of 1890 (Federal), from 1893, capitalized at 4 per cent.
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property
Value of productive funds..
Total fixed property....

DELAWARE.
Delaware College:

Act of 1862 Federal)..
Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent ($17,600 in 1896 for whites)
The State also contributed to the support of the State College for

Colored Students in 1896-97, $4,000, which receives one-fifth of the

Federal subsidy of 1890.
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property
Value of productive funds
Total fixed property-...

FLORIDA
East and West Florida semninaries:

Lands (Federal) granted before and on admission
State Agricultural College:

Act of 1862 (Federal)
Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent, one-half income for

whites....
State aid has been given from time to time for building, etc., a few

thousand at a time.
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property
Value of productive funds
Total fixed property.

GEORGIA.
University of Georgia:

Lands, State warrant for $100,(00, on which State pays 8 per cent.
(NOTE.-The grant was 40,000 acres State lands, but 5,000 were on

South Carolina soil. State gave warrant for two-thirds of sales

of land.) Annual appropriation by State for eleven years, 96,000..

Gifts (or loans?) by State at various times for various purposes..
Georgia State Agricultural College:

Act of 1862 (Federal).
Act of 1890 Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent, one-half income for

whites
Act of 1871, donating old United States mint, Dahlonega, and its 10

acres (1875) Medical college, since 1873 a part of the university:

Cash in 1833, by State

Premium on stock in Bank of Augusta by State.
Georgia School of Technology:

Last appropriation by State..
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property.
Value of productive funds, including $100,000 State Warrant.
Total fixed property.

ILLINOIS.
Lands (Federal) granted on admission
One-half of 1 per cent of the sale of public land (Federal)
(The income of this fund is divided between the State normal uni

versities.) University of Illinois:

Act of 1862 (Federal).
Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent.
Various appropriations for buildings...

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1 This does not include an appropriation in 1895 (to take an example) of $25,000 for current expenses voted by the State before the litigation respecting the Federal subsidy of 1890 was settled.

Estimated by State superintendent in 1874 in this way, to wit: 47,000 acres actual sales. $97,204; 38,000 unsold, estimated, $70,000. The East Florida Seminary does not report endowment funds, but the West Florida reports $65,000.

ED 97-73

Summary of Federal and State aid given to establish higher education in-Contd.

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Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property..
Value of productive funds.
Total fixed property.

INDIANA.
Indiana University:

Lands (Federal) granted on admission and for losses by litigation...
Tax for twelve years (1853–1895) of 5 mills on each $100 property, esti-

mated to yield .
Grant by State in 1885 for buildings.

Last State appropriation
Purdue University:

Act of 1862 (Federal)
Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent.
Various appropriations for improvements," about.

Last State appropriation (for current expenses).
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property
Value of productive funds.

Total fixed property.

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IOWA.
University of Iowa:
Lands (Federal) granted on admission.

46,080 Lands, (one-tenth Federal) granted to Stato as "saline

4,600

1 300,000 Old State capitol and 10 acres and $10,000 for new building in 1858.

200,000 Appropriation for buildings in 1861–1860.

40,000 Last annual appropriation.

76,000 State Agricultural College: Lands (Federal), act of 1862.

240,000 649,000 Act of 1990, capitalized at 4 per cent.

575.000 Gift by State to purchase 61) acres and build in 1858

10,000 Gift by State of 5 square miles given by Federal Government upon which to build a capitol...

3,200 14,000 Gift by State for building in 1864..

111,000 Fixed property not subject to annual grant: Value of property

559,818 Value of productive funds.

1,219,400 Total fixed property

1,809,243 KANSAS. State University of Kansas: Lands (Federal) granted on admission.

46,080 2 135,000 Appropriations by Stato for buildings, $30,000.

100), Last State appropriation..

100,800 Kansas State Agricultural College: Act of 1862 Federal).

90,000 3 502,314 Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent.

575,000) Grants by State for buildings at various times, about.

200), (XN Last State appropriation ($1,150 for building)..

18.100 Fixed property not subject to annual grant: Value of property

1,700,000 Value of productive funds.

637, 316 Total fixed property

2. 337, 316 KENTUCKY. Lands (State) to various individual institutions..

3 40,000 (?) Lands (State) to each county for an academy.

(?)

(?) Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky: Act of 1862 Federal).

330,000

4165,000 Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent.

575,00 State tax of 5 mills on $100 property, 32,429, capitalized at 4 per cent

810,725 Fixed property not subject to annual grant: Value of property

179,000 Value of productive property.

105,000 Total fixed property..

344,000 16,000 acres unsold, estimated at $6 an acre and included. ? Present endowment (productive) fund. 3 To this should be added various taxes and profits of two banks, amount unknown, for the Transylvania University, subsequently the Agricultural and Mechanical College.

* This is the portion left after the purchase of "some realty."

Summary of Federal and State aid given to establish higher education in-Conta.

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LOUISIANA.
University of Louisiana (Tulane):

Lands (Federal) granted on admission to Union...
Grant to establish a medical university
Grant of a site for university.

Grant of $10,000, 1879, for five years
State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College:

Act of 1862 (Federal)....

Act of 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent.
Fixed property not subject to annual grant (excluding Tulane Uni-
versity):

Value of property
Value of productive property

MAINE.
Lands (State) to Colby University.
Lands (State) to Bowdoin College
Bank tax granted to Bowdoin College, thirteen years in all
University of Maine:

Act of 1862
Act of 1890, capitalized at 4 per cent
Grant of Stato for buildings in the beginning was

Last State appropriation
Fixed property, not subject to annual grant:

Value of property (university)
Value of productive funds (university).

Total fixed property

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MARYLAND. (Tases were imposed by the colony on imported negroes, Irish sery

ants, and imported food and goods, for county schools. In 1782 an annual grant of £1,253 was given, to Washington College, and in 1784 to St. John's College to the amount of £1,750. The grant to the last college, though "granted annually forever," was refused in 1806.

In 1811 $1,000 was given to St. John's College; in 1832, $3,000.) St. John's College:

Grant from 1781 to 1897, capitalized at 4 per cent

Last appropriation, including the regular 33,000.
Maryland Agricultural College:

The State assumption of the debts in 1866.
Act 1862 (Federal)

Act 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property -
Value of productive property.

Total fixed property..

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MASSACHUSETTS.

(In the case of this State we are again confronted with the delicate ques

tion as to the character of the relations of a State-aided university and the State. Were the occasion and place proper to attempt to answer this question by going into a sociological inquiry as to the political ideas of the people who founded the colony of Massachusetts Bay, it is not improbable that it would be found that those ideas were (at that date) an extraordinary mixture of federalism and local self-government. Be this as it may, Harvard College was established by the colony in 1610, and the relations of the State were not closed with Harvard University at the date of 1863, when Governor Andrews, in advocating the endowment of the university with the funds given by the Federal act of 1862 to Massachusetts, made these remarks: "That we should continue to build on the foundation our fathers laid, endeavoring to make actual in the life of our society their ideal, I religiously believe. Two-thirds of an amount equal to the sum we annually and wisely expend in public and private instruction would found professorships and furnish the fund which would give to Massachusetts a university worthy the dream of the fathers, the history of the State, and the capacity of her

people.") Harrard University: Colonial grant of £400...

1,500 The proceeds from Charlestown Ferry, £50 to $100, from 1640–1777,

when college was relieved of control of ferry and £200 given for
forty years, which, and £300 more, was taken out of the new bridge

company's receipts, both going to college 1 The State assumed $45,000 debts, but reimbursed itself to the extent of $11,230 froin the sale of Federal lands, the 1862 act allowing $11,250 for buildings (i. e., 10 per cent).

Summary of Federal and State aid given to establish higher education in-Cont'd.

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MASSACHUSETTS-continued.
Harvard University-Continued.

State land grants
State tax on banks, from 181424.
Massachusetts, Hollis, and rebuilding Harvard Halls ( £10,300)

Museum of Comparative Anatomy.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology:

State grants (including those of 1895-1901
One-third of income from agricultural and mechanical grant (see

below)
Massachusetts Agricultural College:

Act of 1863 (Federal)
Act of legislature (State) to increase above fund, one-third income

going to Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Act of 1890 (Federal) capitalized at 4 per cent (one-third going as

above)

Last annual grant ($12,000 for building).
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property
Value of productive property

Total fixed property.

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MICHIGAN.

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up to 1993

375,000

150,000 197,000

University of Michigan:

Lands (Federal) granted on admission to the Union
Tax of one-twentieth of a mill on $1, capitalized in 1873 and running
Tax of one-sixth of a mill on $1, capitalized in 1891 and now in operation
Grant of $6,000 annually, support of homeopathic medical school

since 1875, capitalized at 4 per cent

Last annual appropriation, including annuities above
State Agricultural College:

State grant of Salt Spring (Federal) lands.
State grant of swamp land (Federal)
Act of 1862..
Act of 1890, capitalized at 4 per cent

Last annual appropriation (for building)
State Mining School:

State grants for buildings.

Last annual appropriation..
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property
Value of productive property

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MINNESOTA.
University of Minnesota:

Lands (Federal) granted on admission to the Union.
Lands (Federal) granted by act 1863 for agricultural and mechanical

colleges....
("Allendowment funds" are reported to this Bureau in 1897 as given

below, but lands are sold on very long time, thirty years.)
Act of 1890, for Agricultural and Mechanical College, capitalized at 4
Last State appropriation
(In 1897 the legislature increased the tax of 10% of a mill to y of a

mill, a net increase of $10,000.)
Fixed property not subject to annual grant:

Value of property.
Value of productive funds

Total fixed property

Per cent

575,000 196, 191

1,609,500 1,201,238

2,810,738

23,040

MISSISSIPPI.
University of Mississippi:
Lands (Federal) granted to State on admission
(Other section was obtained by an institution now extinct. In 1856
Governor McRae claimed that the State owed the university
$1.077,790.07, or, deducting appropriations, 8874,324.49. After this

this an appropriation of $20,000 was made annually.)
Last appropriation.
Agricultural and mechanical colleges:

Act 1933 (Federal)...
Aer 1890 (Federal), capitalized at 4 per cent
Last appropriation to colleges for both races.

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