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Schools for the blind
From report of commissioner of education, 1896–97, 2 : 2340-1.

STATE

City

Number of pupils

Value of land and

buildings

Expenditures for sup

port

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50
55

7
126
220
137
186
137
127
33
99
25
251
106
70
30
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6 77 130 227 157 301 24

1 30 000

Alabama.

Talladega Arkansas..

Little Rock. California

Berkeley Colorado.

Colorado Springs Florida

St. Augustine... Georgia.

Macon.... Illinois

Jacksonville.. Indiana ....

Indianapolis.. Iowa.....

Vinton ... Kansas..

Kansas City.. Kentucky

Louisville... Louisiana

Baton Rouge Maryland.....

Baltimore. Maryland colored b. and d. Baltimore . Massachusetts..

South Boston, Michigan

Lansing Minnesota .

Faribault. Mississippi

Jackson... Missouri ...

St. Louis. Montana.

Boulder. Nebraska

Nebraska City. New York..

Batavia.... New York,

New York... North Carolina.

Raleigh Ohio.....

Columbus Oregon..

Salem..... Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia Pennsylvania

60 000

150 000

25 098 17 074

3 600 29 100

I 800 20 103 41 500 76 001 30 000 42 936

7 150 53 683 15 226 17 000 18 000 39 350

192

45 000 375 000 384 957 150 000 550 000

17 000 157 306 260 000

Pittsburg.. South Carolina..

Cedar Spring Tennessee..

Nashville, Texas.

Austin... Texas colored b. and d. Austin.. Virginia......

Staunton Washington..

Vancouver. West Virginia.

Romney. Wisconsin

Janesville

8 200 15 000

55 000 100 000 75 000 37 000 So 000 100 000

85 000 200 000

68 48 102 169 40 48 14 56 125

II 260 23 000

1 State grant.

Public institutions for the feeble-minded From Powell: Proceedings of the 24th national conference of charities correction, 1897, p. 290

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Private schools for the feeble-minded
From report of the commissioner of education, 1896–97, 2 : 2355.

STATE

City

No. of pupils

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168

3 32 ΙΟ 49 4

30

17 19 25

FOR THE

UNITED STATES COMMISSION TO THE PARIS EXPOSITION OF 1900

MONOGRAPHS ON EDUCATION

IN THE

UNITED STATES

EDITED BY

NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER Professor of Philosophy and Education in Columbia University, New York

16

SUMMER SCHOOLS
AND UNIVERSITY EXTENSION

BY

HERBERT B. ADAMS

Professor of American and Institutional History in the Johns Hopkins

University, Baltimore, Maryland

THIS MONOGRAPH IS CONTRIBUTED TO THE UNITED STATES EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT BY THE

STATE OF NEW YORK

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