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Institution for the Deaf and Dumb...... Delavan, Wis
1852 | E. C. Stone, M. A
Buffalo, N. Y.
1862 Sister Mary Ann
Pittsburg, Penn ... 1869 A. Woodside
1869 Sarah Fuller National Deaf Mute College.
Washington, D.C. 1864 E. M. Gallaudet, Ph.D., LL.D., Pres't.
* Sends 4 pupils to Philadelphia. || Sends 2 pupils to California.
tt Sends 5 pupils to Hartford, Conn.
11 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
1 Hospital for the Insane..
Asylum for the Insane
The Marshall Infirmary ......
1860 Peter Bryce
40 Central Lunatic Asylum
1838 William L. Peck
D. D. Richardson.
D. R. Brown
* Since resigned, but name of successor unknown. | Not opened. This table is furnished by Dr. Charles H. Nichols, superintendent of the Government Asylum for the Insane. TABLE XII.--Statistics of institutions for the blind in the United States.
Institution for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. Talladega, Ala
Asylum for the Blind.
St. Louis, Mo.
New York City, N. Y.
Batavia, N. Y
Philadelphia, PA 21 Blind School
Nashville, Tenn. 2 | Institution for the Blind ..
47, 964 48
NOTE:-Here it was intended to present fall statistics of asylums for idiots, and inobriato asylums but, owing to the want of information, a list of institutions only is given.
TABLE XV.-Miscellaneous Special Schools.
SCHOOLS OF ART.
Information has only been received from one of these schools, the Cooper Union, the main items of which are given below:
Namo, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Location, New York City. Year of foundation, 1859. President, Peter Cooper. Number of instructors, 26. Total number of students during the term, 2,824, distributed in the following manner: Free art school for women, 231. Free school for women in wood engraving, 25. School of telegraphy for women, 82. School of telegraphy for men, 40. Free night school of science, 744. Free school of art, 1,702. Annual receipts, $44,805 55. Annual expenditures, $43,871 70.
SCHOOLS OF MUSIC.
Information has likewise only been received from one of this class of schools, viz., the Now England Conservatory of Music, in Boston.
Name, New England Conservatory of Music. Location, Boston. Director, E. Tourjée. Number of instructors, 34. Total number of students during the term, 1,827 — 1,436 ladies. 391 gentlemen.
Information has been received from one of this kind of schools, viz., the Massachusetts Nautical School, which forms a branch of the Massachusetts State Reform School at Westborough,
Name, Massachusetts Nautical School. Location, school-ship G. M. Barnard, in Bogton Harbor. Year of foundation, 1860. Superintendent, Richard Matthews. Salaried officers, 14. Boys received during the last term, 476. Total number of boys received during the last ten years, 1,950, (average age, 15.) Of these, 778 have been shipped in the national, merchant, and whaling service, 76 enlisted in the Army; 644 have been discharged on probation. Ineome, $65,939 46. Expenditures, $65,939 40.