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TABLE VII.- Statistics of normal schools in the United States, compiled

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1 State Normal Classes, (3). Huntsville Alabama.
2 State Normal Classes, (2) Talladega.
3 State Normal Class.

Pottersville. ...do 4 State Normal Class.

Montgomery ...do 5 State Normal Class

Evergreen

...do 6 State Normal Class

Mobile.

..do 7

Arkansas 8 State Normal School.

San José
California

1862 Rev. W. T. Lucky, A.M 9 State Normal School

New Britain Connecticut. 1849 J. N. Carleton. 10 State Normal University. Wilmington Delaware

1867 J. C. Harkness. 11

East Florida Seminary. Gainesville Florida 12 West Florida Seminary.

.do 13 Normal dep't Atlanta Univ'y. Atlanta.. Georgia

E. A. Ware 14 State Normal University.

Normal
Illinois

1857 R. Edwards, LL.D. 15 County Normal School. Blue Island

....do

1868

D. S. Wentworth. 16 County Normal School Peoria

..do

1868 17 County Normal School. Bureau County

.do

A. Etbridge. 18 City Normal School,

Chicago.

.do 19 State Normal School. Terre Haute Indiana.

1867 W. A. Jones. 20 City Training School. Fort Wayne .do

1867 Mary H. Swann. 21 City Training School. Indianapolis ..do

1867 Amanda F. Funnell. 22 Normal dep't Iowa Univ'y Iowa City: Iowa.

1866 S. N. Fellows. 23 City Training School. Davenport.

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1863 Mrs. M. A. McGonegal. 24 State Normal School Emporia. Kansas

1864 L. B. Kellogg 25 Ely Normal School..

Louisville Kentucky 26 Normal dep't Berea College. Berea..

...do

E. H. Fairchild, D.D. 27 New Orleans Normal School. New Orleans. Louisiana

1858 Mrs. K. Shaw 28 Normal dep't Straight Univy...do

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1869 J. W. Healey 29 Eastern State Normal School Castine

Maine

1867 G. T. Fletcher 30 Western State Normal School Farmington

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1863 C. C. Rounds. 31 Stato Normal School

Baltimore. Maryland.. 1865 M. A. Newell 32 State Normal School

Westfield Massachusetts 1839 J. W. Dickinson. 33 State, Normal School Framingham.

1839 Annie E. Johnson. 34 State Normal School

Salem...

..do

1854 D. B. Hagar. 35 State Normal School Bridgewater .do

1840 Albert G. Bayden, A. M 36 City Normal School.

Boston

..do 37 City Normal School

Worcester

.do 38 State Normal School

Ypsilanti Michigan 1849 D. P. Mayhew.. 39 First State Normal School Winona..

Minnesota

W.F. Phelps, A.M. 40 Second State Normal School Mankato.

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G. M. Gage.. 41 Third State Normal School.. St. Cloud

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Ira Moore.. 42 Normal and Man'l Labor Se'l Tugaloo. Mississippi 43 Normaldep't Missouri Univ'y Columbia

Missouri

1867 D. Read, LL.D. 44 Central Normal School. Sedalia

George P. Beard, A. M. 45 City Normal School

St. Louis.

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1857 Anne C. Brackett. 46 State Normal School

Peru..
Nebraska

1867 J. M. McKinzie 47

Nevada 48

New Hampshire.
49
State Normal School

Trenton
New Jersey

John S. Hart, LL.D. 50 Farnum Prep'tory Nor. Sch'l. Beverly

..do

....do 51 State Normal School

Albany

New York 1844 Joseph Alden. 52 State Normal School

Oswego

..do

1861 E. A. Sheldon State Normal School

Brockport

..do

1866 54 State Normal School

Cortland

.do .

1866 James H. Hoose 55 State Normal School

Fredonia

..do

1867

Dr. John W. Armstrong. 56 State Normal School

Potsdam

..do

1866 M. McVicar. 57 State Normal School Buffalo

1867 58 State Normal School

Geneseo

..do

1867 59 State Normal School

Millersville Pennsylvania 1859 E. Brooks. 60 State Normal School

Edinboro.

..do

1861 J. A. Cooper 61 State Normal School Bloomsburg ...do

1869 H. Carver 62 State Normal School Mansfield

1862 Charles H. Verrill. 63 State Normal School

Kutztown

..do

1866 John S. Ermentraut. 64 Girls' Normal School Philadelphia .do

1848 G. W. Fetter. 65 Southwestern Normal School Lebanon

Ohio

A. Halbrook 66

Oregon 67 State Normal School Bristol

Rhode Island 1852 68 Normal class Avery Institute Charleston South Carolina.. 69 Normal class Fish University Naslıville Tennessee

Prof. Spence 70

Texas 71 State Normal School

Johnson
Vermont.

1867
72 State Normal School
Randolph

1867 73 State Normal School

Castleton

..do

1868 74 Normal and Agricultural Sc'l Hampton Virginia

1868 Gen. I. C. Armstrong 75 State Normal School

Marshall Col.P.O West Virginia 1868 S. R. Thompson 76 State Normal School West Liberty ..do

1870 F.H. Crage 77 State Normal School

Fairmont

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1869 J.C. Gilchrist. 78 State Normal School Platteville Wisconsin

1866 E. A. Charleton 79 State Normal School Whitewater ...do

1867 Oliver Arey, A. M. 80 State Normal School

Madison
...do

1862
81 State Normal School
Oshkosh

1867

Normal Department of Lincoln Institute, Jefferson City, Mo., with

from the most recent reports sent to the United States Bureau of Education.

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

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Alabama. 240,000
Arkansas

150,000
1 Agricnltural, 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

90,000
Georgia

270,000
4 Illinois Industrial University

Urbana
Tilinois

480, 0on Jan. 25, 1867 Feb. 28, 1867 John M. Gregory, LLD
5 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'i Dep't, Kentucky University Lexington Kentucky 330, 000 Jan. 27, 1863 Feb. 22, 1865 Henry H. White, A. M

Louisiana.

210,000
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 ....

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April 10, 1861 13 Worcester Institute of Industrial Science. Worcester

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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, 1863 April 27, 1865 A. D. White, LL.D.
North Carolina.

270,000
Ohio..

630,000 April 13, 1865
Oregon..

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

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

George L. 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 tho 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.

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

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$11, 324 28
217, 552 66
85, 873 82

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13,857 90
115, 900 56
73, 442 77
29, 887 82

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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, Ini 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 Harriet 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.
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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 0. Fay, M. A

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

Rhode Island Ht
hatitution for Deaf and Dumb and Blind. Codar 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 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. II. Hollister, M. A.

12, 595 30
124, 572 13
25, 983 42
14, 112 10
2,179 03

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