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TABLE VIII.--Statistics of agricultural and scientific schools in the United States.*

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Alabama.

210, 000
Arkansas

150,000
1 Agricultural, Mining, and Mechanic Arts College Berkeley

California.. 150, 000 Mar. 31, 1866 Mar. 31, 1866 John Le Conte
2 Sheffield Scientific School of Yale College New Haven. Connecticut 180, 000 June 24, 1863 June 24, 1863 Rev. T. D. Woolsey, D.D., LL. D..
3 Delaware State College.

Newark
Delaware

90, 000 Feb. 17, 1867 | Mar. 14, 1867
Florida
Georgia

271), 000
4 Illinois Industrial University.

Urbana
Illinois.

480, oon | Jan. 25, 1867 Feb. 28, 1867 John M. Gregory, LL.D
Indiana Agricultural College.

Indiana

390, 000 Mar. 6, 1865 6 Iowa State Agricultural College and Farm Ames

Iowa

240,000 Sept. 11, 1862 | Mar. 29, 1866 | A.S. Welch, A.M
7 Kansas State Agricultural College

Manhattan
Kansas

90, 000 Feb. 8, 1863 Feb. 16, 1863 Rev.J. Denison, D. D.
8 Agri. and Mech'l Dep't, Kentucky University Lexington

Kentucky 330, 000 Jan. 27, 1863 Feb. 22, 1865 Henry H. White, A. M

Louisiana.
9 Maine College of Agricult'l and Mechanic Arts. Orono.

Maine

210, 000 Mar. 25, 1863 Feb. 25, 1865 M. C. Fernald, A. M 10 State Agricultural College. Hyattsville Maryland 210, 000 Jan. 24, 1864

Rev. S. Regester, D. D
11 Massachusetts Agricultural College

Amherst
Massachusetts 360,000

April 29, 1863 W.S. Clark, Ph. D.
12 Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Boston ..do

April 10, 1861 13 Worcester Institute of Industrial Science Worcester

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C. 0. Thompson 14 | Scientific School, Harvard College...

Cambridge
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Walcott Gibbs, M. D
15 Michigan State Agricultural College

Lansing

Michigan 240, 000 Feb. 25, 1863 Mar. 18, 1863 T. E. Abbott 16 Agricultural College of Minnesota.

St. Paul.

Minnesota 120,000 Mar. 2, 1865 Jan. - 1868
Mississippi

210, 000
17 Agricultural Department, Missouri University

Missouri.

330, 000
Nebraska

90,000
Nevada

90, 000 Mar. 9, 1865
18 New Hampshire Col.of Agri. and Mechanic Arts. Hanover New Hampshire 150, 000 July 9,1863 July 9, 1866 Rev. A. D. Smith, D. D., LL. D.
19 Chandler Scientific School.

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20 | Rutger's Scientific School

New Brunswick. New Jersey. 210,000 Mar. 21, 1863 April 4, 1864 Rev. W. N. Campbell, D.D., LL.D.
21 Cornell University

Ithaca
New York

990, 000 May 14, 1803 April 27, 1865 A. D. White, LL.D.
North Carolina.

270, 000
Ohio..

630, 000 April 13, 1865
Oregon.

90, 000 Oct. 9, 1862
22 Agricultural College of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania 780, 000 May 1, 1863
23 Scientific School of Brown University
Providence Rhode Island 120, 009 Jan. 23, 1863

George I. Chace, LL.D.
South Carolina. 180,000
Tennessee

300, 000
Texas.

180, 000 24 Vermont State Agricultural College

Burlington.. Vermont.

150, 000 Nov. 11, 1863 Nov. 22, 1864 Virginia

300, 000 25 | Agricultural College of West Virginia

Morgantown

West Virginia 150, 000 Oct. 3, 1863 Feb. 7, 1867 26 College of Arts, University of Wisconsin Madison

Wisconsin 240,000 April 2, 1862 April 12, 1866 | P. A. Chadbourne * So far as they have been reported to the U. S. Bureau of Education.

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* In answer to a request for information regarding this class of institutions, the foregoing result has been obtained.

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TABLE X.--Statistics of institutions for the deaf and dumb in the United States

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119, 922 79
107, 657 87
34, 706 58

13, 857 90
115, 900 56
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Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind... Talladega, Ala. 1858 | Jos. H. Johnson, M. D.
Institution for Deaf and Dumb

Little Rock, Ark. 1867 E. P. Caruthers, M. A.
Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Oakland, Cal.

1866 Warring Wilkinson, M. A
American Asylnm for Deaf and Dumb.. Hartford, Conn 1817 | Rev, Collins Stone, M. A

Delaware*
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Cave Spring, Ga 1846 Wesley O'Conner
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.. Jacksonville, Ill 1846 P. G. Gillett, A. M.
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Indianapolis, Ind 1844 Rev. P. MacIntire, M. A
Deaf and Dumb Institution

Iowa City, Iowa 1855 | Rev. Benjamin Talbot, A. M
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Olathe, Kansas

1862 Louis H. Jenkins, M. A
Institution for Deaf-mutes

Danville, Ky.

1823 | J. A. Jacobs, jr..
Institution for Deaf and Dumb and Blind. Baton Rouge, La. 1852 J. A. McWhorter, M. A

Mainet
Institution for Deaf and Dumb.

Frederick, MD

1868 Charles W. Ely, M. A
Eye and Ear Infirmary

Massachusetts
Clarke Institution for Deaf-mutes

Northampton, Mass.. 1867 | IIarriet B. Rodgers.
Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Flint, Mich

1854 Egbert L. Bangs, A. M.
Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Faribault, Minn 1863 J. L. Nayes, A. M.
Institution for Deaf-mutes.

Jackson, Miss

1856
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb

Fulton, Mo

1851 | W. D. Kerr, M. A Institution for Deaf and Dumb.

Omaha, Nebr

1869 W. M. French.
Nevadall..
New Hampshire |

New Jersey**
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.. New York City, N. Y. 1818 Isaac L. Peet, M. A
Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Raleigh, N. C

1845 W.J. Palmer, Ph. D
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.. Columbus, Ohio

1827 Gilbert O. Fay, M. A

Oregon
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.. Philadelphia, Penn 1820 Joshua Foster.

Rhode Island It
Institution for Deaf and Dunıb and Blind. Cedar Spring, s. C... | 1849 N. F. Walker
Deaf and Dumb School ...

Knoxville, Tenn 1845 | J. H. Ijams, B. A.
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Austin, Texas

1857 J. A. Van Nostrand, M, A.

Vermont II Institution for Deaf and Dumb and Blind Staunton, Va

1839 J. C. Covell, M. A. Institution for Deaf and Dumb and Blind. Romney, W. Va. 1870 H. H. Hollister, M. A

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Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.. Delavan, Wis

1852 | E. Ç. Stone, M. A Institution for the Deaf and Dumb... Washington, D. C .... 1857 E.M.Gallaudet, Ph.D., LL.D., Pres't. Catholic Institution for Deaf and Dumb. St. Louis, MO

Mother Stanislaus.
Institution for Improved Instruction of New York City, N. Y. 1864 F. A. Rising, M. A

Deaf-mutes.
St. Mary's
Asylum

Buffalo, NY

1862 Sister Mary Ann
Pittsburg Day School..

Pittsburg, Penn 1869 ) A. Woodside
Boston Day School

Boston, Mass

1869 Sarah Fuller. National Deaf Mute College.

Washington, D.C. 1864 E. M. Gallaudet, Ph.D., LL.D., Pres't.

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* Sends 4 pupils to Philadelphia.
t Sends 59 pupils to Hartford, Conn.
Sends 122 pupils to Hartford, Conn.
§ Sends pupils to Louisiana.

11 Sends 2 pupils to California.

tt Sends 5 pupils to Hartford, Conn. | Sends 15 pupils to Hartford, Conn.

I1 Sends 15 pupils to Hartford, Conn. ** Sends 11 pupils to Philadelphia, 34 to New York, and 2 to Hartford, Conn.

NOTE.—The National Deaf Mute College is a department in the Columbia Institution for Deaf nd Dumb, its students and teachers having been enumerated in the statistics given of the Columbia Institution. TABLE XI.-Institutions for the insane in the United States

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1 Hospital for the Insane.
2 Insane Asylum..
3 Retreat for the Insane.
4 Lunatic Asylum.
5 General Hospital for the Insane
6 Lunatic Asylum
7 Hospital for the Insane
8 Hospital for the Insane
9 Hospital for the Insane..
10 | Kansas Insane Asylum...
11 Eastern Lunatic Asylum
12 Western Lunatic Asylum.
13 Insane Asylum
14 Insane Hospital.
15. Maryland Hospital
16 Mount Hope Institution
17 The Sheppard Asylum.
18 | McLean Asylum
19 Lunatic Hospital
20 | Boston City Lunatic Asylum
21 Lunatic Hospital
22 Lunatic Asylum.
23 | Asylum for the Insane
24 Hospital for the Insane.
25 Lunatic Asylum..

Lunatic Asylum.
27 | Asylum for the Insane
28 | Lunatic Asylum...
29 Bloomingdale Asylum
30 New York City Lunatic Asylum
31 Lunatic Asylum.
32 Sandford Hall
33 Brigham Hall.
34 Kings County Lunatic Asylum
35 Asylum for Insane Convicts
36 The Marshall Intirmary
37 The Willard Asylum
38 The Hudson River Hospital
39 | Insane Asylum.

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Flushing
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Auburn.
Troy.
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Poughkeepsie.
Raleigh

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1860 Peter Bryce
1851 G. A. Shurtleff
1824 John S. Butler
1858 W.P. Buell
1868 A. M. Shaw
1842 Thomas F. Greene.
1851 H. F. Carriel
1848 Orpheus Everts.
1861 Mark Ranny
1868 C. 0. Game.
1824 W.S. Chipley*
1854 | James Rodman
1848 Preston Pond..
1840 Henry M. Harlow.
1834 W.T. Stewart
1842 W. H. Stokes.
1868
1818 | John E. Tyler
1833 Merrick Bemis.
1839

Clement A. Walker
1854 W. W. Godding
1858 Pliny Earle
1859 E. H, Van Deusen
1865 | C.K. Bartlett
1855 A. B. Cabaniss*
1851 C. H. Hughes
1842 J.P. Bancroft.
1848 H. A. Buttolph.
1821 D. Tilden Brown.
1839 R. L. Parsons.
1843 John P. Gray
1847 John W. Barstow
1855 G. Cook and J. B. Chapin.
1855 Edward R. Chapin.
1858 Charles E. Van Anden.
1859 J. D. Lomax
1868 J. B. Chapin..
1868 J. M. Cleaveland
1856 Eugene Grissom

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