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Report of the Commissioner of Education, 1870------------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-80

Appendix ---------------------------------------------------------------- 81–561

Abstracts from the reports of school officers of States, Territories, and cities,

With tables of statistical details by counties--------------------------- 81–337

General condition of the colored schools under the supervision of the Freed-

men's Bureau, July 1, 1870.------------------------------------------. 337–339

General condition of education among the Indians.---------------------- 339–354

Kindergarten culture.------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 354–359.

Hebrew education................. • - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 359-370

Progress of education in the Argentine Republic------------------------ 370,371

Education of the deaf and dumb---------------------------------------- 371-373

Educational progress in England--------------------------------------- 373-377

Education in Bengal, India-------------------------------------------- 377–380

Austria-Education of the working classes------------------------------ 380,381

Education in Australia, Victoria.--------------------------------------- 381-383

Education in Eucador-------------------------------------------------- 383,384

Medical education in the United States--------------------------------- 384-396

Normal schools-------------------------------------------------------- 396–405

Educational conventions.--------------------------------------------- 406-418

An American university-----...---------------------------------------- 418-421

Society, crime, and criminals----...-------------------------------------- 421,422

The Chinese migration.----------------------------------------------- 422-434

School supervision ---------------------------------------------------. 434–437

German schools and teaching German.--------------------------------- 437-439

The relations of education to labor. ------------ ------------------------ 439–447

Inquiries and replies relating to education and labor---------...--------- 447–467

Illiteracy in the United States------------------------------------------ 467–502

General school statistics of the United States.-------------------------- 503–561

Table I. General statistics of pupils and teachers---...------. ---. 504

II. School finances----...----------------------------------- 505

III. Colleges in the United States---------------------------. 506-517

IV. Theological Seminaries.--------------------------------- 518–520

V. Law Schools-------------------------------------------- 521

VI. Medical, dental, and pharmaceutical institutions--------- 522–525

VII. Normal schools in the United States--------------------- 526,527

VIII. Agricultural and scientific schools----------------------- 528

IX. Commercial colleges------------------------------------ 529

X. Institutions for the deaf and dumb ---------------------- 530

XI. Institutions for the insane.------------------------------- 532,533

XII. Institutions for the blind.------------------------------- 534

XIII. Institutions for the idiotic------------------------------- 535

XIV. Institutions for inebriates-------------------------------- 535

XV. Miscellaneous special Schools---------------------------- 535

XVI. Young Men's Christian Associations---------------------- 536–540

XVII. Principal libraries in the United States------------------ 541,542

XVIII. Reformatory statistics----------------------------------- 543–547

XIX. State prison statistics------------------------------------ 548–557

XX. Appointments, examination, and rejections at West Point- 558

XXI. Specimen of table proposed for city statistics.----...----- 559,561

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