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those enrolled in these schools continuing their attendance in them, while children in private or church schools were 1,836 in number. Public school-bouses numbered 71 more than in 1883–’84, pay of teachers in them was from $2.20 to $2.60 greater, and though total expenditure for the Territorial schools fell off a little, the total school property of the Territory was rated at $163,742 more. The average time of schools remained as in the year before, 92 days.

WYOMING.

A fuller report than usual comes from this Territory for 1885, and shows a satisfactory increase in public school instruction. The number of youth enrolled is said to have been 4,405, an advance of 1,034 over the enrollment in 1882–83, while school-houses reported numbered 39 more. Other evidences of progress in educational arrangements are presented, especially a fairly generous rate of teachers' pay, and an outlay of $13,075 for new school-houses. But the reports differ so much in plan in different counties that no complete presentation of results is possible till a uniform schedule of items to be presented shall be required of all school officers.

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EDUCATION OF THE COLORED RACE.

Table showing comparative school population and enrollment of the white and colored races

in the public schools of the former slave States, with total expenditure for the same in 1881-85.

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a In Delaware, in addition to the school tax collected from colored citizens, the legislature appro-
priates annually $5,000 from the State treasury for educating the colored children of the State; ia
Maryland, there is a biennial appropriation; in the District of Columbia, one-third of the school
funds is set apart for colored public schools; in South Carolina, the school moneys are distributed in
proportion to the average attendance, without regard to race; and, in the other States mentioned
above, the school moneys are divided in proportion to the school population, without regard to race.

b In 1883-'84.
cOutside of Wilmington.
d Estimated.
e State school census of 1882 as corrected.

In 1882–83.
& For 1881; this is the latest report on expenditure which includes colored schools.
h United States census of 1880.

i As far as reported; there were also enrolled 40,096 children whose race distinctions were not
reported.

j Actual expenditure not reported; the figure given is the sum of the State apportionment for the year and the amount paid teachers by cities and from private funds.

1: For 1883-'84; figures of total school population and enrollment in this State for 1884-'8] are given in Table I of the Appendix, but race distinctions are not reported.

I Current expenses only.

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Rust Normal Institute

Huntsville, Ala.......... Meth....... State Normal and Industrial School...

Huntsville, Ala........

Non-sect... Lincoln Normal University.

Marion, Ala

Non-sect... Emerson Institute........

Mobile, Ala

Cong Alabama Baptist Normal and Theological School.. Selma, Ala..........

Bapt.. Normal department of Talladega College... Talladega, Ala

Cong Tuskegee Normal School.

Tuskegee, Ala...

Non-sect...
Southland College and Nornal Institute*. IIelena, Ark.......
Branch Normal College of Arkansas Industrial Pine Bluff, Ark.

Non-sect...
University.
Normal department of Atlanta University Atlanta, Ga.......

Cong
Normal department of Clark University.

Atlanta, Ga...

M.I.... Paine Institute.........

Augusta, Ga

I. L. So ...
Haven Normal School..

Waynesborough, Ga....... Meth..
Normal department of the Stato University. Louisville, Ky.....
Normal department of New Orleans University... New Orleans, La

M.E
Normal department of Straight University........ New Orleans, La.. Cong.
Peabody Normal School for Colored Students ..... New Orleans, La..

Non-sect... Baltimore Normal School for Colored Teachers... Baltimore, Md..

Non-sect... Centenary Biblical Institute, normal department.. Baltimore, Md..

M.E..... Normal department of Rust University*.

Holly Springs, Miss.. ME Jackson College.........

Jackson, Miss...

Bapt......... Tougaloo University..

Tougaloo, Miss.

Cong. Lincoln Institute*.

Jefferson, Mo..

Non-sect... State Colored Normal School

Fayetteville, N.C...... Non-sect... State Colored Normal School (Albion Academy... Franklinton, N. C... Non-sect.. Whitin Normal School*..

Lumberton, N.C. New Berne State Normal Schools.

New Berne, N.C. Non sect .. Plymouth State Colored Normal School..

Plymouth, N.C

Non-sect.. St. Augustine's Normal School and Collegiate In Raleigh, N. C.....

PE stitute. Shaw University..

Raleigh, N. C..... ...... Bapt......... Normal department of Zion Wesley College.. Salisbury, N.C.

Af.M.E. Z. State Colored Normal School*.

Salisbury, N.C...

Non-sect Gregory Institute........................

Wilmington, N.C.......... Cong. Wilberforce University, normal department.. Wilberforce, Ohio........ M. E Institute for Colored Youth.............

Philadelphia, Pa

Friends Scholfield Normal and industrial School

Aiken, S.C. Avery Normal Institute*.............

Charleston, S.O........ Cong.. Brainerd Institute..............

Chester, S.C.

Presb. Normal department of Allen University.

Columbia, S.C...... A.M.E. Normal School of Claflin University

Orangeburg, S.C.. M. E. Fairfield Normal Institute.

Winnsborouglı, S. C... Presb. The Warner Institute

Jonesborough, Tenn Friends.... Knoxville College.....

Knoxville, Tenn

Presb.. Freedmen's Normal Institute*.

Maryville, Tenn.

Friends... Le Moyne Normal Institute.....

Memphis, Tenn..

Cong
Morristown Seminary and Normal Institute.... Morristown, Toon M.E...

* From Report of the Commissioner c Education for 1335-81.
a For all departments.
b Assisted by the college faculty.

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Statistics of ins/itutions for the instruction of the colored race for 1881-'85—Continued.

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XOEVAL SCHOOLS--Continued.
Central Tennessee College, normal departinent... Nashville, Tenn...

M.E.
Normal department of Fisk University..

Nashville, Tenn........ Cong. Nornal depariment of Roger Williams Univers Nashville, Tenn........ Bapt...

sit::. Tillotson Collegiate and Normal Institute. Austin, Tex ...

Cong... I'ampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Hampton, Va

Cong...... SL. Stephen's Normal School ..

Petersburg, Va......... PE Virginia Normaland Collegiate Institute...... Petersburg, Va... Non-sect.. Colored Iligh and Normal School

Richmond, Va

Non-sect. Storer College....

Harper's Ferry, Va......... Non-sect .. Miner Normal School...

Washington, D.C..... Non-sect. Normal department of Howard University*. Washington, D. C.......... Non-sect.. Nornal department of Wayland Seminary.. Washington, D.C............ Bapt.........

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Total...........

405 8,390

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INSTITUTIONS FOR SECONDARY INSTRUCTION. Trinity Normal School*.

Athens, Ala...

Cong.... Dadeville Seminary......

Dadeville, Ala...

M. E...... Lowery's Industrial Academy

Huntsville, Ala..

Christian. Talladega College...........

Talladega, Ala

Cong......... Forest City School....

Forest City, Ark. Cookman Institute............

Jacksonville, Fla.... M.E.... Florida Institute

Live Oak, Fla

Bapt.. Atlanta Baptist Seminary*..

Atlanta, Ga.

Bapt... Spellman Seminary for Girls and Women... Atlanta, Ga..

Bapt.... Storrs School.....

Atlanta, Ga......

Cong.... The African Methodist Episcopal High School*... Cartersville, Ga

M. E.. Howard Normal School............

Cuthbert, Ga....... Non-sect... La Grange Seminary ..

La Grange, Ga...

M. E......... Lewis Normmal Institute..............

Macon, Ga............ Cong. Beach Institute..........

Savannah, GA................ Cong. Freedmen's Academy of Kansas....

Du lap, Kans........... Ass. Presb. State University.....

Louisville, Ky..

Bapt... Gilbert Seminary....

Baldwin, La..

M. E......... St. James Academy and Industrial Seminary *. New Orleans, La. (35 | A. M. E.....

Derbigney st.). St. Joseph's Day and Boerding Academy for Opelousas, La........

Young Ladies of Color. St. Francia Academy..

Baltimore, Md............... Southern Christian Institute.

Edwards, Miss.

Christian.. Meridian Academy.

Meridian, Miss.

M. E..... Scotia Seminary..........

Concord, N. C.....

Presb... Bennet: Seminary..

Greensborough, N. C..... M. E......... Yadkin Academy.

Mebanesville, N. C......... Presb. Washington School *.

Raleigh, N.C............. Albany Enterprise Academy*.

Albany, Ohio.

Non-sect.... Polytechnic and Industrial Institute *.

Bluffton, S. C.......... Non-sect... * From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1883-'84. a For all departments.

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Statistics of institutions for the instruction of the colored race for 1884-'85--Continued.

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Philander Smith College
Atlanta University......
Clark University.
Berea College a...
Leland University........
New Orleans University.
Southern University.
Straight University.
Rust University ......-
Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College...
Biddle University..
Shew University.
Zion Wesley College.
Wilberforce University.
Lincoln University..
Allen University*..
Claflin University and College of Agriculture..
Central Tennessee College...........
Fisk University.......
Roger Williams University.
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute.
IIoward University a............

Total.............

Little Rock, Ark.

M. E

7 Atlanta, Ga ........

Non-sect... 6 Atlanta, Ga..

M. E...... 5 Berea, Ky...

Non-sect... 16 New Orleans, La.. Bapt.........

11 New Orleans, La.

M. E..... 19 New Orleans, La..

Non-sect... 6 New Orleans, La. Cong...

8 Holly Springs, Miss. M. E...

8 Rodney, Miss....

Non-sect... 5 Charlotte, N. C..

Presb..

8 Raleigh, N. C....... Bapt

16 Salisbury, N. C......... Af. M. E... Wilberforce, Ohio.... Af. M. E... 10 Lincoln University, Pa... Non-sect... 14 Columbia, S.C.

Af. M. E... 15 Orangeburg, S.C

M. E

10 Nashville, Tenn..... M. E......... Nashville, Tenn.... Cong... 19 Nashville, Tenn...

Bapt..

11 Hampton, Va....

Cong........ (c) Washington, D. C........ Non-sect...

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* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1883–84. a This institution is open to both races, and the figures given are known to include some whites, 6 Total for all departments. c Reported with normal schools.

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