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TABLE 2.-Teachers and pupils in public normal schools. (Summary of similar columns of Table 5.)

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Income.—The income from public sources considered as a total for the whole country shows but a small increase. The receipts from other sources given in the following table can not be compared with the to:al of a similar column in the report preceding this. In that the general q: estion was asked, “Aid from other sources received within the year?” and the answers tabulated. In the present report the Bureau has computed the item from data given in answer to a strics of questions. The amount expended for building and 1 epairs is a new item and in several cases is included in one of the two other columns of 'i'aille 3. It will be observed that prima facie about one-third of the amount receivel was expended in buildings and repairs, but the fallacy of such fig'iring is easii, shown by taking the case of the new school at Chico where the appropriation w.'s 22.0.1", white the amount expended on buildings was $100,000. The State normal school at l'ra'ningham, Mass., expended $115,000, and the new school at ()ne inta. N. Y., & 1 1, 11.0: in the case of the Massachusetts school the appropriation for the year was $11."), while no appropriation for the year 1888–89 seems to have been made for the New York school.

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TABLE 3.—Aid from public funds and other sources (summary of similar
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le 6). Expended

- F: £ From other # £

or city. SOUll'CeS, or building

and repairs. Alabama ------------------------------------------- $27,075 $12,605 $6,511 Arizona ---- 6,000 0 0 Arkansas -------------------------------------------- 2,600 6,700 4,500 California ------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 86,000 3,400 100, 300 Connecticut.------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 21, 580 1,500 0 Dakota. ---------------------------------------------------- 47,250 0 6,900 Florida.----------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8,000 0 2,493 Georgia ---------------------------------------------------. 800 0 4,500 Illinois ----------------------------------------------------- 79, 553 12,026 2,337 Indiana ---------------------------------------------------. 31, 300 U 0 Iowa ------------------------------------------------------- 38, 300 * - 10,600 Kansas --------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3, 650 a 22, 200 250 Kentucky.... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2, 600 0 0 Louisiana -------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9, 100 2,000 0 Maine. --- --------------------------------- - - - - - - - - - - 20, 166 0 10,500 Maryland.------------------------------------------------- 10, 500 0 2,000 Massachusetts --------------------------------------------- 93,583 100 117, 150 Michigan--------------------------------------------------. 42,875 b 9, 610 20,704 Minnesota.------------------------------------ - - 50,000 4, 718 500 Mississippi.--------------- - - - 4,000 9,000 1,000 Missouri .... ------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 62, 121 12, 030 4, 700 Nebraska -------------------------------------------------- 17, 550 c 1,600 0 New Hampshire ------------------------------------------- 11,800 0 0 New Jersey -----------------------------------------------. 22, 123 14,000 3, 100 New York-------------------------------------------------- 308,774 5, 362 160,763 North Carolina--------------------------------------------. 6, 500 340 75 Ohio.-------------------------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4, 650 3,000 1,500

Oregon. ---------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2,879
Pennsylvania ---------------------------------------------- 126, 247 d77, 187 35,922
Rhode Island---------------------.-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12,000 0 147
South Carolina --------------------------------------------- 1,020 0 2,069
Tennessee ------------------------------------------------- 11,000 22,089 8, 837
Texas ------------------------------------------------------ 35, 500 4, 200 1,000
Vermont --------------------------------------------------- 8,664 e 1, 582
Virginia ------------------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 55, 500 f 98, 159 36,500
West Virginia --------------------------------------------. 14,072 g 5,614 1, 175
Wisconsin..... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ,000 ! -------------|--------------
Total.----------------------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1,284,453 333, 161 ; 546,033
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a $16,500 as interest on invested funds.
b $4,287 as interest on invested funds.
c From interest on invested funds.
d $10,366 interest on invested funds.

e $600 interest on invested funds.
f$10,000 interest on invested funds.
g $600 interest on invested funds.

The New York College for the Training of Teachers, New York City.—Provisionally the statistics of this college have been inserted in the table of private normal schools though they have not been included in the summary of that table following the precedent of the Bureau's report for 1887–'88.

PRIVATE NORMAL SCHOOLS.

Eighteen private normal schools report in all 1,324 students in secondary studies, 4 collectively report 74 students under kindergarten instruction, and 18 report 694 students in a commercial course. In answer to the inquiry as to the number of students in “other departments,” 15 schools report 1,149 students. In the summary that follows, 1,328 students do not appear, as the principals of the schools reporting them were unable to classify them according to our scheme; nor has the number of commercial students been included in the figures of the following table. From these schools 315 normal pupils were graduated during the year.

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and pupils in private normal schools (summary of similar columns

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TABLE 5.—Attendance at Public Normal Schools for 1888–89.

Students in- Whole num- Graduates. - - ber profes- bn Instructors. Science , | # sional and C-> # and art of # | 3 || | academic Normal. # OO Post-office address. Name of school. # Executive officer. teaching. # ## students. 3 - - .8 .# - * 's < - .# # # 5 - .# CD # .# & # # # # | # # # = | # # ##| | # # © 3 || 5 || 3 || 3 || 3 || 2 | 3 || 5 | ##| | *# | # PA 2 | f | 3 | # 3 >| | E. C- - o 11 2 $ 4 5 6 2. S 9 HO | 11 | 12 13 14 15 Birmingham, Ala-...--. Normal training class.----------- ------| 1888 Miss Mary W. Rode.-- 0 1 0 17 0 0 0 17 10 6 0 Florence, Ala. ---...--. State Normal College -----------------. 1873 || James K. Powers... --. 5 4 90 80 50 0 | 120 | 100 146 29 0 Huntsville, Ala------. State Normal and Industrial School.... 1873 || W. H. Councill ...----. 4 6 65 89 2 0 66 90 46 6 0 Jacksonville, Ala----. State Normal School ------------------- 1883 | Carleton B. Gibson ... 3 4 13 18 164 0 87 | 108 24 7 l Livingston, Ala -----. Alabama Normal College for Girls. ---. 1883 || James W. A. Wright. 3 7 0 42 43 40 0 | 125 45 16 5 Troy, Ala------------- State Normal School --------------...--. 1887 | Edwin R. Eldridge --- 6 7 80 75 107 0 | 135 | 127 30 27 1 Tuskegee, Ala.--..... "' State Normal and Industrial 1881 B. T. Washington..... 13 14 I.-----|------------------ (399) 42 22 |-----School. Tempe, Ariz --------- The Territorial Normal School......... 1886 || Robert L. Long------. 1 0 8 18 28 0 10 18 0 -------------Pine Bluff, Ark------- Branch Normal College of Arkansas | 1875 Joseph C. Corbin..... 4 3 15 30 25 0 15 30 30 8 21 Industral University. Chico, Cal ------------ State Normal School ------------------- 1889 | Edward T. Pierce .... 4 1 2 70 0 0 20 70 0 0 Los Angeles, Cal.----- ----do----------------------------------- 1882 Ira More -----------. 3 6 a (65) || ------|------ 30 267 240 57 0 San Francisco, Cal.... *#. Department of Girls' High 1876 Mrs. M. W. Kincaid -- 0 1 0 ------------------ 60 !---------------------School. San José, Cal----...--. State Normal School ------------------- 1862 || C. W. Childs.......... 8 16 (525) 0 0 (525) 1,443 129 0 New Britain, Conn... C'." Normal and Training 1850 | Charles D.IIine .----. 3 17 3 : 317 0 16 3 | 333 -------. 76 6 oil001. New Haven, Conn.... Cedar Street Training School”......... 1869 Maria L. Breen ...----. 0 2 0 26 0 0 0 26 -------- 19 0 ----ClO - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Welch Training School ................ 1884 || M. Virginia Fogle ---. 2 10 0 26 ------ all 0 26 148 26 0 Madison, Dak---...--. State Normal School ...----------------- 1883 || William F. Gorrie - - - - 4 5 45 62 | 200 ------ 170 215 !---...--. 6 0 £ Dak ------- ----do----------------------------------. 1884 Fayette L. Cook.----- 2 9 45 77 0 ------ 45 77 24 14 0 ashington, D.C....] Miner Normal School -----------------. 1879 Lucy E. Moten . -----. 2 5 6 34 0 0 6 34 176 40 0 ----do ----------------. Washington Normal School b .....----- 1873 Emma S. Atkinson--- (7) 4 36 0 0 4 36 326 40 -----P:I'uniak Springs, Florida State Normal College.--------. 1887 | Henry N. Felkel.----. 2 1 35 47 82 ------ 35 47 12 12 0 3. Tallahassee, Fla. -----. s: £al College for Colored 1887 | T. De S. Tucker ------ 2 1 ------------ 54 I.----- 20 34 0 0 0 'eachers. Fairburn, Ga......... Fairburn High School.------------...--. 1846 || Robert L. Paine ...... 1. 2 75 40 | 115 51 85 66 ----------------|----- Carbondale, Ill.--..... Southern Illinois Normal University... 1874 || Robert Allyn......... 8 8 || 251 || 272 | 166 12 || 361 | 340 l........ 8 0 Englewood, Ill.--...--. Cook County Normal School*---------. 1868 || Francis W. Parker - - - 5 11 130 ------------ c3 | c130 I--------|--------|---- Normal, Ill ----------. Illinois State Normal University....... 1857 | Edwin C. Hewett..... 10 17 52 || 115 || 468 0 | 192 || 443 590 20 11 Covington, Ind------. Indiana Normal College *-----...--...--. 1886 J. W. Coombs ......... 7 1 15 6 ------|------------------|-------- 15 Indianapolis, Ind----. Indianapolis Normal School............ 1866 l M. E. Nicholson ...... 1 0 30 0 0 30 414 21 0

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Indiana State Normal School...--------.
Iowa State Normal School--------------
West Des Moines Training School.....

Sioux City Training School for Teachers.

Storm Lake Normal and Business
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Woodbine Normal School.----...--...--.

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State Normal School -------------------
Teachers' Training School - - -
State Normal School ... -- - - - - -
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Normal Department of Tougaloo Uni-
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Missouri State Normal School.--...-----
Lincoln Institute”----------------------
Missouri State Normal School* ........
St. Louis Normal School----------------
State Normal School - - - - - - - - - -...------.
Bloomington Normal School”......-----
Nebraska State Normal School.-------.
City Training School-------------. - - - - -

a The number in professional studies.

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d Twenty-six of these in commercial course. e Not including 120 pupils in the “preparatory department.”

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