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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

PENNSYLVANIA-Concluded.

P. 62.

National Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Girard College for Orphans, p. 74.
Home, p. 59.

The Burd Orphan Asylum, p. 75.

The Jewish Foster Home Society, p. 76. ILLINOIS.

Western Provident Society and Children's Protestant Orphan Asylum, p. 60.

Home of Philadelphia, p. 76. Chicago Nursery and Half-Orphan Asy- St. Joseph's Female Orpban Asylum, p. 76. lum, p. 61.

The Orphans' Home of the Evangelical MARYLAND.

Lutheran Church, p. 77.

Protestant Orphan Asylum of Pittsburg The Hebrew Orphan Asylum of Baltimore, and Allegheny, p. 77.

Home for Destitute Colored Children, p. 77. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

The Home for Friendless Children for the

Borough of Wilkesbarre and County of The New Hampshire Orphans' Home and

Luzerne, p. 78. School of Industry, p. 62.

Children's Home for Borough and County

of York, p. 78. NEW JERSEY.

The Orphans' Farm School of the Evangel. Newark Orphan Asylum, p. 62.

ical Lutheran Church, p. 78.

RHODE ISLAND.
NEW YORK

Providence Children's Friend Society, p. 79.
Davenport Orphanage, p. 64.
Buffalo Orphan Asylum, p. 64.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Thomas Asylum for Orphan and Destitute
Indian Children, p. 65.

Charleston Orphans' Home, p. 79.
The Hebrew Benevolent and Orphan Asy-

TENNESSEE. lum Society, p. 65. Orphan Asylum Society in the city of New The Nashville Protestant Orphan Asylum,

York, p. 66.
St. Joseph's Asylum, p. 66.

WISCONSIN.
The Society for the Relief of Half-Orpban

and Destitute Children of the City of Milwaukee Orphans' Asylum, p. 79.

New York, p. 66.
Orphans' Home and Asylum, p. 68.

HOMES AND SCHOOLS FOR SOLColored Orphan Asylum, p. 68.

DIERS' ORPHANS.
Rochester Orphan Asylum, p. 69.
Troy Orphan Asylum, p. 69.

NEW YORK
St. Vincent's Female Orphan Asylum, p. 70.

The Union Home and School, p. 81.
OHIO.

OHIO.
German Protestant Orphan Asylum, p. 70.
Cincinnati Orphan Asylum, p. 71.

Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home,
Cleveland Orphan Asylum, p. 71.
The Jewish Orphan Asylum of Cleveland,

PENNSYLVANIA. Ebenezer Orphan Institute of the Evangel. Lincoln Institution, p. 83.

ical Association of North America, p. 72. Mansfield Soldiers' Orphans' Homo, p. 83. Protestant Orphan Home of the City of McAlesterville Soldiers' Orphans' School. Toledo, p. 73.

Cassville Soldiers' Orphans' School, p. 85. PENNSYLVANIA.

Mercer Soldiers' Orphans' Home, p. 86. The Orphans' Home and Asylum for the Bridgewater Soldiers' Orphans' School,

Aged and Infirm of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church, p. 73.

St. Paul's Orphan Home, p. 87.

p. 79.

p. 81.

p. 72.

P. 84.

p. 86.

p. 91.

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MASSACHUSETTS. Phillipsburg Soldiers' Orphan School, p. 87. The Home for Friendless Women and ChilTitusville Soldiers' Orphan School, p. 88. dren, p. 102. Northern Home for Friendless Children

MICHIGAN. and Soldiers' Orphans' Institute, p.88. Uniontown Soldiers' Orphan Home, p. 90. Detroit Industrial School, p. 103. Chester Springs Soldiers' Orphan School The Michigan State Public School, p. 103.

and Literary Institute, p. 90. Dayton Soldiers' Orphans' School, p. 90.

MISSOURI. Harford Soldiers' Orphans' School, p. 91.

Home of the Friendless or Old Ladies' Soldiers' Orphans' School at Andersonburg,

Home, p. 105.
White Hall Soldiers' Orphans' Home, p. 92.

NEW YORK.
INFANT-ASYLUMS.

Brooklyn Industrial School No. 1, p. 105.

Church Charity Foundation, p. 105.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

The Orphans' Home of the Church Charity St. Ann's Infant Asylum, p. 93.

Foundation, p. 107.

St. Johnland, p. 108.
ILLINOIS.

Children's Aid Society, p. 108.
Chicago Foundlings' Home, p. 93.

Aid society schools and the new educa

tion law, p. 109. MICHIGAN.

Country Home, p. 109. House of Providence, p. 94.

Flower Mission, p. 110.

Children's Lodging-Houses, p. 110.
NEW YORK.

American Female Guardian Society and

Home for the Friendless, p. 114. The Foundling Asylum of the City of New

The Industrial Home for Women, p. 116. York, p. 94. New York Infant Asylum, p. 95.

The Sheltering Arms, p. 118.

St. John's Guild, p. 121. Nursery and Child's Hospital, p. 95. The Nursery for the Children of Poor Five Points House of Industry, p. 122. Women, p. 96.

Ladies' Home Missionary Society, p. 122. St. Mary's Hospital for Children, p. 96.

Home for Little Wanderers, or Howard

Mission, p. 122.
PENNSYLVANIA.

New York Society for the Relief of the St. Vincent's Home, p. 96.

Ruptured and Crippled, p. 122.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, House and School of Industry, p. 124.

St. Barnabas, p. 123.
RHODE ISLAND.

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to

Children, p. 125. The Providence Nursery, p. 97.

House of the Good Shepherd, p. 126. MISCELLANEOUS CHARITIES.

Poughkeepsie Orphans' House and Home

for the Friendless, p. 127. CONNECTICUT.

OHIO.

. Union for Home Work, p. 99.

The Children's Home, p. 128. Home for the Friendless, p. 99.

Cleveland Industrial School, Children's ILLINOIS.

Aid Society and Home, p. 129.

The Home for Friendless Women, p. 130. Home for the Friendless, p. 100.

The Children's Home of Washington MARYLAND,

County, p. 130.

PENNSYLVANIA. The Henry Watson Children's Aid Society, p. 102.

Aimwell School Association, p. 130. Home of the Friendless, p. 102.

Union School and Children's Home, p. 131.

p. 97.

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PENNSYLNANIA-Concluded.

NEW YORK—Concluded. The Women's Christian Association of Industrial School of the Hebrew BenevoPittsburg and Allegheny, p. 132.

lent and Orphans' Asylum Society, p. 142. Pittsburg and Allegheny Home for the Wilson Industrial School and Mission,

Friendless, p. 132. Society of the Home for the Friendless, Industrial training in the Wilson School,

p. 143.

p. 132.

p. 144.

Industrial School at the Five Points House WISCONSIN.

of Industry, p. 144. The Cadle Home, p. 133.

The Ladies' Home Missionary Society, Homes for Aged Women, p. 133.

p. 144.

The House and School of Industry, p. 145. INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

St. Joseph's Industrial Home, p. 145.

Industrial Schools of the Home for the CALIFORNIA.

Friendless, p. 145. Good Templars' Home for Orphans, p. 135.

The Nursery and Child's Hospital, p. 145.

The Guild or Congregation of St. AugusCONNECTICUT.

tine, p. 145. The Connecticut Training - School for Boys' Home of Industry, p. 145. Nurses, p. 135.

The Woman's Christian Association, p. 146.

The Industrial Home of the City of Utica DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

p. 146.

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CIRCULARS OF INFORMATION

OF THE

BUREAU OF EDUCATION.

No. 7–1875.

CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS IN REGARD TO EDUCATION IN

THE SEVERAL STATES OF THE AMERICAN UNION.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1875.

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