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SCHOOL STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES, COMPILED FROM THE MOST RECENT INFORMATION.

TABLE I.--General Statistics : Statistics of Pupils and Teachers. School popula

No, of teachers in tion.

public schools.

Ave’ge sala-
ry of teach-
ers per mo.

tricts or schools.

dura-
tion of schools

in month and
Average

days.

No. of pupils in private elementary schools.

Male.

Female.

Total.

Male.

Female.

7, 104

1, 905

3, 804
Arkansas 1869 52, 198
486, 103 | 5-21 180,000 | 100, 000 60,000 | 80,000 40,000 120,000 2,500 5 months

1,300
California. 1869 159, 000
556, 208 5-15 112, 753

700 2,000 $80 00 $60 00
73, 754 49, 802 38, 999 23,925 62,941 1, 354

16,273 726
Connecticut.. 1870

961 | 1, 687 81 33 62 81
125, 407 | 105, 313 64, 707 | 20, 094 40,606 60,700 1,647 8 mos. 3 days.
Delaware 1870
2, 120
123, 252

679 2, 134 | 2, 813

58 74 29 10
5-21
Florida
1870 59, 268

41, 900
7, 575
34, 325
*36,000 250 3 months

250
Georgia.

7 mos. 3 days. 36,912 8, 240 10,797 19, 037
6-21

42 40 32 80
619, 590 462, 527281, 912 157, 063 180,615 337,678 8, 861 3 mos. 7 days.
Iowa..
1870 | 55, 045
1, 177, 515 5-21

4, 722 11, 826 37 00 28 40
418, 168 296, 138 178, 329 122, 030 117,809 239,839 6,788 6 mos. 6 days:
Kansas

4,200 4, 479 7,515 11, 994 36 96 27 16
92, 517 58, 681 31, 124 | 33, 836 | 27,557 61,393 1, 707 | 5 months

896
Kentucky 1870 37, 680

263 | 1, 159 37 07-28 98
376, 868 160, 446 112, 630 216, 422 47,816 264,238 4,269 5 months
Louisiana. 1870 | 46, 431 250,000,000 716, 394 6-21
254, 533 50, 000 40,000 204, 533 10,000 214,533 483 4mos, 11 days.

150

475
Maine.

625 112 00 76 00
4-21
Maryland.. 1869
492, 653, 472

228, 167 126, 946 100, 815 90, 335 26,131 116,466 4,004 4 mos.20 days
775, 000 5-20

1, 9814, 0206, 007 32 27| 14 00
182, 205
99, 315
82, 890

10 months
Massachusetts 1869 7, 800 1,503, 816, 504 1, 457, 385 5-15

43 00 43 00
271, 052 247, 080 203, 468 29, 143 39,884 69,027 4,963 5 mos. 6 days.
Michigan

77 44 30 92
1869 56, 243
1, 184, 1585-20

1,053 7,048 | 8, 106
Minnesota

374, 774 269, 587 242, 629 104, 787 26,958 131,745/ 5,052 o mos. 3 days.
1870 | 83, 500 185, 000, 000 460, 0005-21

2, 354 | 7, 895 10, 249 47 71 24 35
144, 414 102, 086 45, 497 | 42, 328 56,589 98,917 2,521
Mississippi
47, 156

1, 155 2, 6203, 775 33 91 22 45
Missouri. 1870 67,380

4 m

6 days.
Nebraska 1870 76,000

38 60 29 81
5-21
32, 619

4, 615 2,531 | 7, 146 13, 893 18, 726

782 | 3 months

1,473 261 Nevada. 44, 686

260 1870 112, 000 6-18

521 34 32 33 66 3,778

646 1,816 45 8mos. 2 days. 360 19 36
N. Hampshire. 1869

55 $118 75|92 16
52, 19045, 755 5, 743 24,007 24,007 2,528 3 mos. 15 days.
New Jersey. 1870
8, 320 533, 261, 261 900, 000 5-18

624 3, 157 3, 781 36 59 21 62
258, 227 | 161, 683 78, 612 96, 544 83,071 179,615) 1,458 8 mos.14 days. 32,447
New York

915 1, 905 2, 820 53 62 30 66 1870 | 47, 156 1, 860, 120, 770 4,370, 846 5-21 1, 463, 299 998, 664 468, 421 464, 635 530,243 994,878 11, 750 North Carolina 1870 | 45, 000 123, 361, 396 1,041, 000 6-21 342, 168

8 mos. 4 days. 125,931 6, 230 22, 080 28, 310 (ID) (ID) Ohio.

49, 302 31, 812 292, 866 35,490 310,356 1,398 3 months

1, 030
1869 | 39, 964 1, 157, 180, 455 2, 675, 468

385 | 1, 415 1 20 50 118 50
5-21 1,028, 877 740, 382 434, 865 288, 495 305,517 590,012 11, 714 7 mos. 15 days.
Oregon
95, 274

9, 171 12, 455 21, 626 55 63 33 26
Pennsylvania - 1870 46,000

975, 753 828, 892 555, 941 145, 861 272,951 347,951 14, 211 6 mos. 1 day.. 85,000 7, 438 10, 174 17, 612
(1) 56, 934

40 45 31 38
29, 477| 23, 857 | 27, 457 5,620 33,077

650 8 months

173 500
South Carolina 1870 | 24,500
720, 000 5-18

673
168, 819 15, 918
152, 901
381

255 273
Tennessee 1869 45, 600
1, 258, 326

528
6-20
410, 000 | 185, 845 224, 155

1 month
Texas.
1870 237, 321 300,000,000 850, 000

4, 296
West Virginia 1869 20,000

1, 680 1869 53, 924 1,052, 266 4-20 398, 747 | 264, 033

6032, 283 34 00 30 50 134, 714 100,000 4,735 151 days.. 15,389

43 63 28 34 * Actual or approximate, November 28, 1 870. + Estimated. ation under 15 years. ŞCoin. ll Average salary of all teachers, $63 36.

| No person excluded from school-truant age, 6 to 16; school money distributed on basis of the enumer

Teachers pay their own board, which averages $12 per month.

States.

enam

sence.

No. of school dis

9, 356

Alabama. 1869 50, 722 1,002, 000 5-21 1336.000 1160,000

4, 674 537, 886 4-16

189, 995 4-21

58,000

1, 179, 886 Illinois 1868 | 55, 405

2, 540, 216 6-21 833, 130 | 706, 780 269, 766 126, 350 437,014 563,364 10, 590 Indiana. 1870 53, 809 $655, 521, 479 1,668, 169

1869 81, 000 353, 182 | 5-21

1, 323, 264 6-20

219, 666, 504 1870 32, 000 630, 423

834, 190 5-21

1, 703, 000 5-21 584, 026 249, 729 334, 297

116, 888 50, 523, 390

1, 382 1, 170

9, 280

318, 300 4-21 75, 505

90, 776 4-20

3, 475, 000

6-21
Rhode Island . 1869
138, 196, 489 217, 356

6-18
Vermont. 1869
9,056

330, 585 4-18

76,759 74, 140 55, 744 2, 619 | 18,396 21,015 2,197 Virginia

41, 352 1, 209, 607 5-21

447, 943 6-21

59, 028 36, 684

22,344 Wisconsin

7,000

2, 028

1, 306

2, 308

w

8, 795

TABLE II.-School finances.

Amount of permanent school

fund.

EXPENDITURE.
INCOME.

Incidental expenses.
States.

Sites, build- Libraries
permanent from oth of sales

Total.
Teachers'

For other

Total.
fund.
sources.

ings, and and ap-
er funds. of lands.

repairs. paratus.

objects.
Alabama..
$524,621 68

$502,156 19
Arkansas.. $577,919 44
$60,000 00 $10,000 00 647,919 44 $500,500 00 $10,000 00 $510,500 00 $66,419 44 $600 001

670,944 00 a$2,000,000 00
California.. 1,236,894 94
111,372 72 1,348,267 66 873,814 07 179,407 11 1,053,221 18 205,766 95 25,331 59

1,290,585 52 Connecticut 906,738 87 $168,965 941 $12,300 34

193,547 68 1,281,552 83 705,139 25 79,590 60 784,729 85 369,187 53 5,226 64 $131,782 99 1,290,927 01 62,809,770 70 Delaware 81,696 00 32,030 31

31,250 13

113,726 31 Florida 50,000 00

38,289 01 216,335 80 Georgia Illinois 5,150,679 00 486,997 00

20,849 00 1,238,354 00 6,896,879 00 3,532,643 00 550,004 00 4,082,647 00 1,599,114 00 41,921 00 707,199 00 6,430,881 00 6,348,538 32 Indiana. 1,278,458 02 468,200 35

1,474,000 00 8,420,454 90 Iowa. 2,670,975 59 406,007 14 35,987 21 3,112,969 94 1,438,964 04 150,648 56 1,689,612 60 1,206,353 09 22,518 08

2,918,483 77 4,274,581-93 Kansas 428,983 98 117,153 65 19,259 93 565,397 56 292,719 94 79,345 74 372,065 68 218,829 25 5,816 35

596,711 28 750,000 00
Kentucky
308,725 79

276,554 86 1,400,270 01
Louisiana..
c460,000 00
40,000 00071,610 00 104,950 00 1,026,560 00

659,293 65 31,950 00

33,000 000 724,243 65 Maine 740,221 00 17,043 51 27,809 00 785,073 51 385,629 76 e121,631 00 507,260 76 180,520 00

f277,831 00 1,091,258 00 289,991 58 Maryland.. 1,010,166 41 62,489 10

819,592 20 240,530 40

157,530 37 1,217,652 97
Massachu'tts. 3,125,053 09 158,161 17 5,312 47

2,923,708 70 1,768,719 38

81,631 36 4,419,200 62 2,210,864 09 Michigan .... 1,751,955 08 165,960 51

841,181 35 2,759,096 94 1,177,847 86 g100,000 00 1,277,847 86 776,074 00 925,000 00 322,596 60 2,401,518 46 2,590,214 91 Minnesota. 456,409 71 176,806 35 126,046 90 759,262 96 360,697 50

242,039 03

91,569 16 823,571 82 2,471,199 31 Mississippi

279,661 52 h58,075 43

1,548,257 00 2,525,252 53 Nebraska. 81,780 54 79,586 31

56,008 58 62,668 68

16,814 75 86,483 43
Nevada.
60,299 21 14,233 13
6,676 00 16,438 48 97,646 82 48,324 55 7,243 67 55,568 22 16,774 42 87 47

72,430 11 29,203 80
N. Hampshire 287,806 67

66,014 83

336,745 45
New Jersey.- 1,514,129 13 35,000 00 28,722 88
71,866 02 1,649,718 03 933,285 52 71,130 00 1,004,415 52 476,606 83

168,695 68% 1,649,718 03 550,483 50
New York... 9,122,253 86 170,000 00 165,000 00 30,478 12 546,232 49 10,033,964 47 6,156,550 591,046,034 84 7,202,585 43 2,455,453 01 228,381 33 116,544 1610,002,963 93 2,880,017 01
N. Carolina.. 297,431 801
165,290 50

165,290 50 968,242 43
Ohio
17,535,569 82 227,747 47
730,032 60 8,493,349 893,671,904 75 918,183 23 4,590,087 98 2,024,728 61

6,614,816 59 31,878,533 30
Oregon
Pennsylvania
7,676,286 20 3,745,415 81 1,165,226 05 4,910,641 86 2,765,644 34

7,676,286 20
Rhode Island 214,743 88

73,878 57 302,806 85
267,176 46 85,845 22

353,021 68 412,685 00
So. Carolina.
Tennessee
k753,795 74

k753,795 74
Texas
Vermont.
498,064 87 348,563 88 51,442 39 400,006 27 98,058 60

498,064 87
Virginia
West Virginia

246,470 96

329,152 73 216,761 06 Wisconsin. 1,636,875 15 189,371 89

219,777 09 2,382.326 521,193,985 44 37,440 78 1,231,426 22 456,503 77 11,410 81 288,135 42 | 1,987,436 22 2,237,414 37 a Consisting of outstanding claims, lands, &c. _b Including town deposit fund of $763,661 83. c Poll tax. d Interest on lands. e Fuel, repaira, and insurance. f Teachers' board.

Estimated. h Furniture and apparatus. i Including balance in hand, $1,761,901 56. į Balance on hand Sept. 1, 1869. k For the two years that the free schoollaw was in operation. TABLE III.- Statistics of colleges and collegiate institutions in the United States, [N.B.-In this table the abbreviations in the column of "Denominations” are as follows: R. C., copal : Cong., Congregational; Pres., Presbyterian ; Chr., Christian; U.P., United Presbyterian; C. P. Will Baptist; Univ., Universalist; 'Unit., 'Unitarian; Mor., Moravian; N. Ch., New Church; G. R.,

Current expenses.

Interest on Revenue (Proceeds
From tax-
From oth'r

Total.
ation.

Fuel, &c.

wages.

113,726 31

5,561 44 28,145 13

8,553 90 141,275 47 1,916,487 741,262,684 54

144,997 46 1,217,652 97 819,592 20

18,997 90 3,307,524 63

56,008 58 Missouri.

1,803,403 00 864,672 00

235,602 00 199,692 60 56,068 58

15,707 70 19,664 88 323,179 25

281,057 93

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Name.

Location.

President.

Date of organization.

Number.

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1835 2 University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Ala

1831 3 Howard College ..

Marion, Ala.

1841 S. R. Freeman, D. D 4 Emerson Institute...

Mobile, Ala. 5 St. John's College

Little Rock, Ark. 1857 Col. O. C. Gray, A.M 6 University of California. Oakland, Cal.

1855 John Dusant, M. D. 7 Pacific Metbodist College Vacaville, Cal.

1851 J. R. Thomas, D. D., LL. D. 8 St. Ignatius College.

San Francisco, Cal. 1855 Rev. Z. Bayma 9 Santa Clara College.

Santa Clara, Cal.

1851 Rev. A. Varsi 10 University College.

San Francisco, Cal 1859 Peter V. Veeder, D. D. 11 University of the Pacific. Santa Clara, Cal..

1851 T. H. Sinex, D. D... 12 St. Mary's College.

San Francisco, Cal 1863 Brother Justin. 13 St. Vincent's College

Los Angeles, Cal.. 1867) Rev. James McGill 14 St. Augustine College

Benicia, Cal..

1868 R't Rev. William I. Kip, D.D. 15 San Rafael College

San Rafael, Cal

1869 Alfred Bates.... 16 Union College..

San Francisco, Cal

1862 Dr. R. Townsend Huddert 17 Sonoma College

Sonoma, Cal

1858 Rev. W.N. Cunningham 18 Potaluma College

Petaluma, Cal

1866| Rev. Mark Bailey, A. M. 19 Franciscan College.

Santa Barbara, Cal. 1868 Rev. J.J. O'Keefe, 0. S. F 20 College of our Lady of Guada- ...do ...

Brother Pascal Doran, O.S.F... lupe. 21 Yale College

New Haven, Conn.. 1701 T. D. Woolsey, D.D., LL. D... 22 Wesleyan University.

Middletown, Conn 1831 J. Cummings, D. D., LL. D. 23 Trinity College..

Hartford, Conn

1823 A. Jackson, D. D., LL. D 24 St. Mary's College

Wilmington, Del..

1847 25 Delaware College.

Newark, Del..

Hon. William H. Purnell. 26 Mercer University

Penfield, Greene Co., Ga... 1838 H. H. Tucker, D. D. 27 Bowdon Collegiate Institution. Bowdon, Carroll Co., Ga... 1856 John M. Richardson, B. S. 28 Emory College

Oxford, Ga....

1837 Luther M. Smith, D. D 29 University of Georgia.

Athens, Ga

1801 A. A. Lipscomb, D.D 30 Oglethorpe University

Atlanta, Ga..

1835 D. Wills, D. D. 31 Wesleyan Female College Macon, Ga

1838J. M. Bonnell, D. D.. 32 Atlanta University.

Atlanta, Ga.

Rev. E. A. Ware 33 Wheaton College.

Wheaton, Ill.

Rev. J. Blanchard, A. M. 34 Lombard University

Galesburg, Ill.

1852 J. P. Weston, D.D., 35 Knox College.

....do

1838 John P. Gulliver, D. D 36 Abingdon College

Abingdon, III

1853 J. W. Butler, A.M. 37 Illinois Wesleyan University.. Bloomington, Ill

1852 O. S. Munselí, D.D 38 Eureka College

Eureka, ill.

1852 N. W. Everest, A. M 39 Illinois Female College. Jacksonville, Ill

1850 W. H. De Motte, A. M 40 Illinois Soldiers' College. Fulton, ni

1867) L. H. Potter. 41 Northwestern University Evanston, Ill.

(1855 Erastus 0. Haven, D.D., LL.D.. 42 Monmouth College

Monmouth, Ill

1856 David A. Wallace, D. D 43 Illinois College..

Jacksonville, Ill

1830 J. M. Sturtevant, D.D. 44 Shurtleff College

Upper Alton, Ill

1832 J. Bulkley, D. D... 45 Northwestern Female College. Evanston, ILI

1855 Rev. W.P. Jones, A. M. 46. McKendreo Collego

Lebanon, Ill.

1828 Robert Allyn, D. D.. 47 Jubilee College..

Robin's Nest, III

1847 Rt. Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, D.D. 48 Lincoln University

Lincoln, Ili

1865 Azel Freeman, D. D. 49 Almira College.

Greenville, Ill.

1857 John B. White, A. M 50 Chicago University

Chicago, Ill

1859 J. C. Burroughs, D.D 51 Illinois Industrial University. Urbana, Ill

1868 John M. Gregory, LL. D 52 Quincy College.

Quincy, 111

1854 George W. Gray, A. M. 53 Marshall College

Henry, Til

1855 54 Augustana College Genesee, Ill.

1860 Rev. T. O. Hasselquist 55 Westfield College

Westfield, Ill

1861 56 Mendota College

Mendota, 111

Rev. J. W. Corbet, A. M. 57 St. Ignatius College

Chicago, Ili

1870 Rev. J. Verdin, S.J.. 58 St. Viatur's College

Bourbonnais Grove, I. 1866 Very Rev. P. Baudoin 59 St. Aloysius College.

E. St. Louis, Ill.

1868 F. H. Zabel, D. D., D. C.L. 60 Northwestern College. Naperville,

111

1865 Rev. A. A. Smith, A. M.... 61 Stockwell Collegiate Institute. Stockwell

, Ind

1861 John P. Rous, A. M 62 Indiana University.

Bloomington, Ind

1828 Cyrus Nutt, D. D 63. Indiana Asbury University Greencastle, Ind

1837 Thomas Bowman, D.D.

compiled from the most recent reports sent to the United States Bureau of Education,
Roman Catholic; Bapt., Baptist; Mas., Masonic; M. E., Methodist Episcopal ; P. E., Protesté nt Epis-
Cumberland Presbyterian; Luth., Lutheran; Fr., Friends; U. B., United Brethren; F. W. B., Free
German Reformed; Ref., Reformed (Dutch); L.D.S., Latter Day Saints; A. M. E., African Meth. Epis.)

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