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School supervision, 434-439.

Connecticut, 434,435.
Illinois, 435.
Maryland, 435.
Massachusetts, 435.
New York, 436.
North Carolina, 436.
Ohio, 436,437.
Pennsylvania, 437.
Rhode Island, 437.
German schools and German teaching,

437-439.
German-American schools, 437.
German-American teachers' associa-

tion, 438.
Objections to the study of “German”

in our schools answered, 438, 439.
Germany the cradle of the reformation

in schools, 439.
Society, crime, and criminals, 421, 422.

Prison congress, delegates present at,

421.
Number of prisons, houses of correc-

tion, and reform schools, 421.
Papers considering various systems

read and discussed, 421, 422.
Prison discipline, 422.

National prison association, 422.
South Carolina, 285.

Obstacles to establishment of free

schools in, 285.
Indifference to education, 285.
Prejudice against mixed schools, 285.
Saturday normal school, 285.
Schools for freedmen, 285.
Names of State and county superin-

tendents, 285.

Statistical details by counties, 285.
Tables.

Agricultural and scientific schools, 528.
Alabama, school statistics of, 85, 86.
Blind, institutions for, 534.
California, school statistics of, 96, 97.
Cities, specimen tables of, 559-561.
Colleges, statistics of, 506-517.
Commercial colleges, statistics of, 529.
Connecticut, school statistics of, 102.
Dakota, school statistics of, 530.
Deaf and dumb, statistics of, 530.
District of Columbia, school popula-

tion in, 16, 17.
Florida, school statistics of, 108.
Idaho, school statistics of, 322.
Idiots, statistics of, 535.
Illinois, school statistics of, 120-122.
Illiteracy, statistics of, 470-481.
Indiana, school statistics of, 128-130.
Indians, population and schools of,

348–352.
Indians, liabilities of United States to,

353, 354.
Inebriates, statistics of, 535.
Insane, statistics of, 532, 533.
Iowa, statistics of, 133-139.
Kansas, school statistics of, 144-146.
Law schools, statistics of, 521.
Libraries, statistics of, 541, 542.
Louisiana, school statistics of, 151, 152.
Maine, school statistics of, 155.
Maryland, school statistics of, 164.

Tables-Continued.

Massachusetts, school statistics of, 183,

184.
Medical colleges, &c., 522–525.
Michigan, school statistics of, 190–193.
Minnesota, school statistics of, 198, 199.
Miscellaneous special schools, 535.
Missouri, school statistics of, 210, 211.
Montana, school statistics of, 325.
Nevada, school statistics of, 214.
New Hampshire, school statistics of,

219, 220.
New Jersey, school statistics of, 225,

226.
New York, school statistics of, 242-247.
Normal schools, statistics of, 526, 527.
Ohio, school statistics of, 260-267.
Pennsylvania, school statistics of, 276–

281.
Prisons, statistics of, 548-557.
Reformatories, statistics of, 543–547.
Rhode Island, school statistics of, 284.
School expenditures in States, 71.
School statistics, general, of States,

504, 505.
South Carolina, school statistics of,285.
Tennessee, school statistics of, 288, 289.
Territories, area of, and school lands

in, 336.
Territories, schools and population in,

28.
Theological seminaries, statistics of,

518-520.
Utah, school statistics of, 331, 332.
Washington, school rooms in, 18.
Washington County, school statistics

of, 317.
West Point Academy, statistics of,

558.
Young Men's Christian Association,

statistics of, 536-540.
Tennessee, 286-289.

Summary of school statistics of, 286.
Old school law. 286.
Revised school law of 1867,
Difficulties encountered in organiza-

tion of schools, 286, 287.
Efforts to secure training of teachers,

287.
Aid offered by agent of Peabody fund

and others, 287.
Destruction of school property during

the war, 287.
Repeal of revised law and restoration

of old, 287.
State supervision abolished, 287.
Names of county superintendents, 288,

289.
Statistical details by counties, 288,

289.
Texas, 290.

Constitutional provision of, for schools

in 1869, 290.
Delay in effecting school organization,

290.
Opposition by State legislature, 290.
Desire for Congress to take the mat-

ter in hand, 290.
Utah, 328.

Organization of Territory, 328.

Utah-Continued.

Virginia-Continued.
Summary of school statistics of, 328. Names of county superintendents, 298,
Disparity of wages paid male and fe-

299.
male teachers, 328.

Washington Territory, 333.
Desire for qualified teachers, 328.

Organization of, 333.
Position of Utah as regards the school Letter from the Secretary of, 333.
lands, 328.

Meager statistics of schools in, 333.
Wards and guardians, 328, 329.

Colleges, 333.
Deseret alphabet, 329.

Indian education, 334.
Features of school law of Territory, Society of the Territory, 334.
329.

Freedom from crime, 334.
University of Deseret, 329.

West Virginia, 299–301.
Desire of the people for schools, 330. Progress of free-school sentiment, 299.
Need of aid from Government, 330.

Improvement of school buildings, 299.
Addresses of State and county super- Partial summary of school statistics,
intendents, 331, 332.

299.
Statistical details by counties, 331, 332. Improvement of teachers, 299.
Vermont, 290-292.

Teachers' certificates, 299, 300.
Summary of school statistics of, 290. Text-books, 300.
Absenteeism, novel remedy proposed, State normal schools, 300.
290, 291.

School law violated, 300.
More appropriate work for ladies than Peabody fund, 300.
voting, 291.

Name of general superintendent, 300.
Academies, normal schools, and teach- Names and addresses of county super-
ers' institutes, 291.

intendents, 300, 301.
What was done with the State school Wisconsin, 301-311.
fund, 291.

Absenteeism, duty of State in regard
District system, 291, 292.

to, 301, 302.
Obstacles to the efficiency of the Summary of school statistics, 302.
schools, 291, 292.

School fund, composed of, condition
Reverence for ancient landmarks, 292. of, 302.
Education and tobacco, 292.

Collection of tax, 302.
Attendance, remarks on, 292.

Township system, 302.
Teachers' institutes, 292.

School supervision, 302, 303.
Names of city superintendents, 292. Compensation of superintendents, 303..
Virginia, 293–299.

Teachers' institutes, 303.
System of free public schools estab State teachers' association, 303.
lished in, 293.

Platteville Normal School, 303.
Views of superintendent upon, 293.

Whitewater Normal School, 303.
System in Prussia, 293.

University of Wisconsin, 303, 304.
Pauperism in southern Europe, 293. Other institutions of learning, 304.
Crime and poverty in England, 293. Milwaukee, summary of school statis-
Condition in other nations having free

tics of, 304.
schools, 293.

First school opened in the city,
Cheapness of free school system, 293,

304.
294.

Rapid increase of the schools, 304.
Immigration and free schools, 294.

Importance of primary schools, 304.
Message of governor to legislature, Compensation of teachers of pri-
294, 295.

mary schools, 304.
Agricultural College land grant, 294. Madison, summary of school statis-
Necessity for educating the colored

tics of, 304.
people, 295.

Corporal punishment, decrease of,
Failure of mixed schools, 295.

304.
Features of school system, 295, 296.

Teachers' meetings, 304.
Board of education consists of, duties Addresses of State and county super-
of, 295.

intendents, 305.
Superintendent of public instruction, Statistical details by counties, 306–.
elected by, duties of, 295.

311.
County superintendents, appointment Wyoming, 334-336.
of, duties of, 295.

Organization of Territory, 334.
Teachers, school houses, schools, Provision of legislature of 1869 for
branches taught, 296.

schools, 334.
Provision against mixed schools, 296. Letter from county superintendent at
School funds, 296, 297.

Cheyenne, 334.
Peabody fund, 297.

Letter from South Pass, 334.
Colored Normal Industrial School, 297. Letter from Rawlin's Springs, 334, 335,
Qualifications needed by county su-

Addresses of State and county super-
perintendents, 297.

intendents, 335.
State and county supervision, 297.

Summary for organized Territories,
Name, of State superintendent, 298.

336.

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