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38 Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and
and the Blind.
tion of the Deaf and Dumb.
the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind.
and Dumb and the Blind.
and the Blind.
* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for g This school is a part of the public school system and m Includes $2,704 from other sources. 1883-84.
has its rooms in one of the public school buildings. n Kindergarten instruction is given and higher English a School for hearing youth, with classes for deaf-mutes. h Attention given to the development of hearing also. branches; Latin and drawing are also taught. b Drawing is also taught. i Includes appropriation from county.
o This report includes tho oral branch of this institu.
tion at 11th and Clinton streets.
This institution has two branches, one situatod at p Drawing and oil painting are also taught.
Neck. The statistics here given include those of 1 An organization within the Columbia Institution ;
its statistics are there reported. (See also Table IX.)
1 Includes appropriation from cities and counties. 8 Territorial appropriation.
TABLE XVIII.- Memoranda.
1 Alabama Institution for the Deaf Talladega, Ala.. 1860 Joseph H. John State.
3 and Dumb and the Blind.
son, M. D., prin.
cipal 2 Arkansas School for the Blind*. Little Rock, Ark 1859 Otis Patten.
State 3 Lusitution for the Deaf and Berkeley, Cal... 1860 Warring Wilkin. State Dumb and the Blind.
son, M. A., prin
cipal 4 Institnte for the Education of Colorado Spr'ge, f1874 D. C. Dndley, A. State
2 the Mute and the Blind.
M., principal. 5 Florida Blind and Deaf.Mute St. Angustine, 1885 Park Terrell, State Institute.
principal. 6 Georgia Academy for the Blind.. Macon, Ga... 1852
State 7 Illinois Institution for the Edu. Jacksonville, ni. 1849 Franklin W. Phil. State
36 cation of the Blind..
lips, M. D. 8 Indiana Institute for the Educa. Indianapolis, Ind 1847 H. B. Jacobs State
tion of the Blind. 9 Iowa College for the Blind Vinton, Iowa ... 1853 Thomas F. V'. State
35 Cune. M. A., prin
cipal 10 Kansas Institution for the Edu. Wyandotte, Kans 1868 George H. Miller ., State
10 cation of the Blind.* 11 Kentucky Institution for the Lonisville, Ky .. 1842 Benjamin B. Hun. Education of the Blind.
toon, A. M. 12 Louisiana Institution for the Baton Rouge, La 1871 P. Lane...
for the Blind.* 13 Maryland Institution for the In Baltimore, MD.. 1853 Frederick D. Mor Corporation. 211 struction of the Blind.
rison, M. A. 14 Maryland School for the Colored Baltimore, Ma. 1872 Frederick D. Mor. State ...
6 Blind and Deaf-Mutes.*
1 street). 15 | Perkins Institution and Massa- | Boston, Mass... 1829 M. Anagnos Corporation, 69 chusetts School for the Blind.
and State. 16 Michigan School for the Bliod* Lansing, Mich.. 1880 J. F. McElroy, A.x. State
23 17 Minnesota School for the Blindn Faribault, Minn. 01866 James J. Dow ....' State ... 18 Mississippi Institution for the Jackson, Miss 1852 W. S. Langley, State · Education of the Blind.
M. D. 19 Missouri School for the Blind o.. St. Louis, Mo... 1851 Johd T. Sibley, A.
M., M. D. 23 Nebraska Institute for the Blind. Nebraska City, 1875 | J. B. Parmelee State
10 Nebr. 21 New York State Institution for Batavia, N. Y... 1867 Arthur G. Clement State
41 the Blind. 22 New York Institution for the New York, NY. 1831 William B. Wait.. State .......
$7 Blind. 23 North Carolina Institntion for Raleigh, N.C... 1849 Hezekiab A. God. State
11 tho Deaf and Dumb and the
ger, M. A., princiBlind n
pal. 21 Ohio Institution for the Educa. Columbus, Ohio. 1837 G. L. Smead, M. Aq State
tion of the Blind.* 25 Oregon Scbool for the Blicd Salem, Oreg.: 1883 C. E. Moor
6 Pennsylvania Institution for the PL delphia, Pa 1833 William Chapin,
Corporation. 63 Instruction of the Blind.
A M. 27 Sonth Carolina Institution for Cedar Spring, 1855 Nowton F. Walker State
tho Education of the Deaf and S.C.
Dumb and the Blind. * From Report of the Commissioner of Education y Department for the blind opened in the fall o.' for 1683-84.
1884 a Collar jualsing is also taught.
Carpet wearing is also taught. b See Table XVIII.
h Brush making is also taught c Upholstery is taught.
ilo State warrants. d M1910 is taught.
j Includes $2.918 for building. For both departments.
* Ollicers and to chers only.
I Including changes of investments. m Knitting and basket making also taught. n These statistics, which are for the year 1882-'83,
are the latest received from this institution. . Of the school for the blind; of the instituto,
p Carpet wearing and rug making also taught. Since succeeded by H. P. Fricker, M. D. † Hand and machine knitting also taught. & Brush and mat making also taught.
28 29 30
Tennessee School for the Blind.. Nashville, Tenn. 1846 Loyal A. Bigelow. State
M. A., principal.
Mrs. Sarah F. C. State
Little, M. A.
* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1883–'84.
Brush and mat making also taught.