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TABLE I.—PART 1.Statistics of the school-systems of the States and Territories, shoking tin

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Alabama ...
Arkansas....
California ...
Connecticut..
Delaware....
Florida......
Georgia ...
Illinois ...

Indiana ...
10 Iowa
11 Kansas.....

Kentucky...... 13 Louisiana

Maine...

Maryland 16 Massachusetts.

Michigan......
18 Minnesota...
19 Mississippi......
20 Missouri....

Nebraska...
Nevada...
New Hampshire.

New Jersey..
25 New York
26 North Carolina..

Ohio
Oregon .......
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island..

South Carolina.
32 Tennessee .
33 Texas.......

Vermont..

Virginia.... 36 West Virginia ..

Wisconsin.

Arizona .... 39 Colorado ..

Dakota .... 41 District of Columbia

Idaho 43

Montana... 44 New Mexico 45 Utah.

Washington.
Wyoming ...
Indian (P) ......

* Schools corresponding in scope of instruction with public schools.
a Minimum legal term, 3 months.
b Including those over 15.
c Between 5 and 15 years of age.
d Thirty counties not reported.
e The legal school-age is over 6 and under 21.
f Imperfect
g Many reported twice; actual number about two-thirds of this

nrollment, attendance, number, and duration of schools, 8c., from replies to inquiries made by Bureau of Education.

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h Over 15 years.
i Winter-schools.
k School districts.
1 Average for all teachers; average in cities, $78.17; in rural districts, $36.39.
m Sex not reported in all cases.
n Estimated.
o dverage pay for actual school-time.
p From report of board of Indian commissioners.

TABLE I.–PART 2.-Statistics of the school-systems of the States and Territories, showing the

States Burta

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3490, 604 927. 498 405,464 579,962 2,351 779 50,017 1, 142, 667

192.397 10,000 116, 219 150, 000 90.433 2,096, 613 9,253, 441

115,580 3,681, 723 345, 1974,519.689 216, 486 1,803.08

18, 701 963, 121 139, 644 678, 373 171, 104 1, 179, 712 245,740 1.398, 601

43, 6411 4, 206, 054 1, 182, 219 3, 159, es

105, 755 1.093, 200 152, 623 1, 242, 3

1, 790, 314, 614,388 298,00

580, 838 133, 130 403, 194 223, 400 7, 705, 613

45,640 291,601 700,000 $948, 19 15,111 601, 361

449, 960 51, 619 1,144, 534

532 110 90,000 1,033.000 55,004778, 991 649, 176 ,638, e

907 5.849 120,000

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220 514 12, 884 33. 013 1,811 33 16

se, el 114, 592 127, 470

5,000 28, 294 62.474

257, 557

a Not paid out of school-fund.

Salaries of school-superintendents are included in those of teachers; county riperintendents ans paid from county-revenues.

c Includes repairs.
d Includes fuel and care of fires.
e Tuition paid in academies and private schools.

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s Xot including salaries in normal schools.
g Includes salaries, &c.
h Included under sites and buildings.
i Includes repairs and furniture.
j Amount paid by Government; from report of board of Indian commissioners.
k Cost of schools; from same.

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TABLE II.-School-statistics of cities, (including villages of 2,500 inhabitants and over,) for 1873, from replies to inquiries made by the United States Bureau

of Education. [The asterisk (*) indicates that the statistics are taken from last year's Report.)

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+ Huntsville, Ala.

A. W. McCullough...
Mobile, Ala ...

E. R. Dickson ....
Montgomery, Ala

Henry M. Bush
Opelika, Ala...

William J. McKenni
Selma, Ala......

William C. Ward ......
Little Rock, Ark.

J. R. Rightsell....
Los Angeles, Cal..

William T. Lucky
8 Marysville, Cal...

T. H. Steel ....
Nevada City, Cal

B.T. K. Preston, principal of high school
10 Oakland, Cal ........ T. M. Campbell ...
11 Petaluma, Cal...

F. T. Maynard ....
12 Sacramento, Cal.

S.C. Denson ....
San Francisco, Cal

J. H. Widber....
14 San José, Cal...

James 0. Hawkins.
15 Santa Clara, Cal ....

N. Palmer....
16 Stockton, Cal ....... George S. Ladd ..........
17 Vallejo, Cal..........

Nathaniel B. Klink ..........
18 Bridgeport, Conn.... A. H. Abernethy, acting visitor ....
19 Bristol, Conn.....

Leverett Griggs .. ...

M. L Mason, secretary board of school visitors. 20 Greenwich, Conn.....

Groton, (township.) Conn... W. II. Potter, chairman board of school visitore. 92 Hamden, Conn..

Oliver W. Trendwoll...... 03 Tartford, Conn.

C.R. Fisher, acting visitor... Litefield, Conn

C.B. Androwa, secretary board of nohool visitors Manchester, Com

IL I. Dhmook, acting school.visitor.............

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