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LOCATION of: Date of opening Remarks Oklahoma—Continued. D In K ec. —, 18 In loansas Kaw Aug. -, ; In Indian territory Osage Feb. —, 1874 Oteo.......... ----- - - - - - - - - - - - - - Oct. —, 1875 In Nebraska P — —, 1865 | In Nebraska awnee — —, 1878 || In Indian territory Ponca Jan. —, 1883 Rain Sept. —, 1893 Red Feb. —, 1898 Riverside (Wichita) Sept. —, 1871 Sac and Fo — —, 1868 || In Kansas x Apr. —, 1872 | In Indian territory Seger Jan. 11, 1893 Oregon: Grande Ronde.................. 1oo Apr. —, 1874 Klamath................... .....] 140 | Feb. —, 1874 Siletz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So Oct. —, 1873 Umatilla... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ioo §. —, 1883 Warm Springs.. ..! 16o ov. —, 1897 Yainax... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ioo Nov. —, 1882 South Dakota: Cheyenne River................. 130 Apr. 1, 1893 || At new agency. At old agency school for girls opened in 1874 under missionary auspices in government buildings school for boys opened in 1880 Crow Creek, Agency............ 14o — —, 1874 Crow Creek, Grace Mission...... 5o Feb. 1, 1897 | Prior to this date a contract school opened in 1888 Hope (Springfield).............. 6o Aug. 1, 1895 | Prior to this date a contract school opened in 1882 Lower Brule.................... 140 || Oct. —, 1881 Pine Ridge..................... 200 Dec. —, 1883 Suspended February 8, 1894, when building was burned. Reopened in new building February 7, 1898 Sisseton ............. - - - - - - - - - - - 13o — —, 1873 Rosebud........................ 200 Sept. —, 1897 Yankton........................ 15o Feb. —, 1882 Utah: Ouray.................... . . . 8o Apr. —, 1893 Uintah......................... 90 Jan. —, 1881 Washington: Puyallup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Oo June —, 1871 Yakima......................... I4O —, 1860 Wisconsin: Lac du Flambeau...... . . . ... 16o July 10, 1895 Menomonee .................... 16o —— —, 1876 Oneida.......................... 12o Mar. 27, 1893 Wg. hoshone....................... 200 Apr. —, 1879 Total... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8825

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TABLE 6— Location, average attendance, capacity, etc., of nonreservation training schools during fiscal year ended June 30, 1898

Date o Number Ra r - Enroll- Avera

LOCATION OF SCHOOL o *:::: *: .." |capacity | . *...* Carlisle, Pa...... ..... Nov. 1, 1879 82 $167 * 8oo 961 851 Chemawa, Oreg. ..... Feb. 25, 188o 57 167 4OO 354 33O. Chilocco, Okla........| Jan. 15, 1884 66 167 450 331 271 Genoa, Neb...... . . . . Feb. 20, 1884 4I 167 350 293 277 Albuquerque, N. Mex. Aug. —, 1884 84 167 3oo 312 3O2 Haskell institue, Kans. Sept. 1, 1884 67 167 500 553 463 Grand Junction, Colo. —, 1886 23 167 17o 171 158 Santa Fe, N. Mex..... Oct. —, 1890 6o 167 200 26o 21 o Fort Mojave, Ariz. ... Oct. —, 1890 38 167 150 156 I5I Carson, Nex..... ..... Dec. —, 1890 24 167 150 I66 I44 Pierre, S. Dak........ Feb. —, 1891 17 167 I5O 173 146 Phoenix, Ariz......... Sept. —, 1891 60 167 4OO 48o 418 Fort Lewis, Colo. .... Mar. —, 1892 44 |. . . . . . . . 300 3I4 285 Fort Shaw, Mont. .... Dec. 27, 1892 40 ! . . . . . . . . 250 3oo 28o Perris, Cal........... Jan. 9, 1893 22 167 150 18o 171 Flandreau, S. Dak.... Mar. 7, 1893 27 167 200 3O4 204 Pipestone, Minn...... Feb. —, 1893 I9 167 90 I50 Io.2 Mount Pleasant, Mich. Jan. 3, 1893 26 167 I6o I86 15o Tomah, Wis. . . . . . . . . . Jan. 19, 1893 20 167 I25 146 II4 Wittenberg, Wis. ".... Aug. 24, 1895 I9 . . . . . . . I3O I33 II6 Greenville, Cal.”...... Sept. 25, 1895 6 . . . . . . . . 50 57 35 Morris, Minn.”........|Apr. 3, 1897 I5 . . Ioo 92 79 Clontarf, Minn.”...... Apr. 4, 1897 8 . . . . . . . 8o 42 33 Chamberlain, S. Dak... Mar. —, 1898 Io 167 8o 37 36 Fort Bidwell, Cal..... Apr. 4, 1898 5 1. . . . . . . . I50 24 2I

Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88o 1. . . . . . . 5.885 6 175 5 347

* 1,500 with outing system.

* Previously a contract school.

TABLE 7 Schools conducted under contract, with number of pupils contracted for, rate per capita, and total amount of contract for fiscal years ending June 30, 1895, and June 30, 1899

1895 1899 NAME Aotion OF

L No.; Rate | Amount No. Rate | Amount Banning, California............. Ioo $125 || $12 5oo 52 || $108 || $5 616 Baraga, Michigan......... - - - - - - 45 IoS 4.860 IQ IoS 2 os2 Blackfeet, Montana.......... .. IOO 125 12 500 34 Ioë 3762 Bayfield, Wisconsin............. 3o 125 3 750 I9 IoS 2 os2 Bernalillo, New Mexico......... 60 | 125 7 500 34 108 3672 Colville, Washington............ 65 IoS 7 ozo 34 IoS 3672 Coeur d'Alene, Idaho............ 7o | IoS 7 560 4I IOS 4 428 Crow Creek, South Dakota...... 6o | IoS 648o | . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - Crow, Montana.......... . . . . . . 85 IoS 9 ISO 34 || 108 3672 Devils Lake, North Dakota...... 130 Io& I4 o40 72 Io8 7776 Flathead, Montana......... .... 300 15o 45 odo I61 Io8 17 388 Fort Belknap, Montana.... .... I35 Io8 || 1458o 49 || IoS 5 292 Harbor Springs, Michigan...... 95 IoS IO 26o 34 || IoS 3672 Odanah, Wisconsin, boarding.... 5o | IoS 4400 34 || IoS 3672 Odanah, Wisconsin, day.. ..... I5 30 450 | . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Lac Court d'Oreilles, Wisconsin,
day . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - 40 30 I 200 . . . . . - I - - - - - - - - - - - -
Osage, Okla., St. Louis.......... 5o 125 6 250 | . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - -
Osage, Okla., St. Johns.......... 40 || 125 5 OOO . . . . . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Pine Ridge, South Dakota....... I4o Io8 || 15 120 86 Io8 9 288
Rosebud, South Dakota......... 95 IoS Io 26o 61 IoS 6 588
San Diego, California. ......... 95 Io8 || 11 875 5.I IoS 5 508
Shoshone, Wyoming............ 65 Io8 7 ozo 34 Io8 3672
Tongue River, Montana......... 4O Io8 4320 26 Io8 2 8o3
o: Washington............ IOO IoS Io 8oo 50 IoS 5 4OO
White Earth, Minn., St. Benedict. 90 IoS 9 720 51 IoS 5508
White Earth, Minn., Red Lake.. 40 || IoS 4 32O 27 Io8 2 916
Pinole, California......... - - - - - 20 30 6oo Io 3o 3oo
§o day, California........ 2O 30 6oo II 3o 330
St. Turubius, California........ 30 Io8 3 240 6 IoS 648
Green Bay, Wisconsin.......... 13o Io8 14 odo 45 IoS 4 860
Kate Drexel, Oregon............ 6o Io8 6 ooo 24 IOo 24OO
Bay Mills, Michigan....... - - - - - 2O 30 600 ! ... . . . - - - - - - - - - - - -
Shoshone mission, Wyoming.... 2O | IoS 2 160 2O | IoS 2 I60
Total ...... ............... 2 435 | . . . . $274 205 | *I 119 . . . . $119 oz.2
Hampton institute, Virginia'... I2O | 167 20 oAo 12o 167 2O O40

Lincoln institution, Philadel-
phia, Pa..'........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2OO | 167 || 33 4oo 200 | 167 33 400
Grand total................. 2 755 | . . . . $327645 || 1 439 . . . . $172 462

*Specially appropriated for by congress.

* Not including the two schools of Osage and two Pottawatomie schools at Sac and Fox agencies, Okla., nor one day school at La Pointe agency, which was converted into a government school during year.

TABLE 6— Location, average attendance, reservation training schools during fiscal ye

Number
Date of Ratep.

LOCATION OF SCHOOL opening *::::: .
Carlisle, Pa........... Nov. 1, 1879 82 $
Chemawa, Oreg. ..... Feb. 25, 188o 57
Chilocco, Okla........ Jan. 15, 1884 66
Genoa, Neb...... . . ... Feb. 20, 1884 4I
Albuquerque, N. Mex. Aug. —, 1884 84
Haskell institue, Kans. Sept. 1, 1884 67
Grand Junction, Colo. — —, 1886 23
Santa Fe, N. Mex..... Oct. —, 1890 6o
Fort Mojave, Ariz. ...| Oct. —, 1890 38
Carson, Nex..........|Dec. —, 1890 24
Pierre, S. Dak........| Feb. —, 1891 17
Phoenix, Ariz......... Sept. —, 1891 6o
Fort Lewis, Colo. .... Mar. —, 1892 44
Fort Shaw, Mont. ....] Dec. 27, 1892 40
Perris, Cal........... an. 9, 1893 22
Flandreau, S. Dak.... Mar. 7, 1893 27
Pipestone, Minn...... Feb. —, 1893 re
Mount Pleasant, Mich. Jan. 3, 1893 2.
Tomah, Wis.......... Jan. 19, 1893 -
Wittenberg, Wis. *.... Aug. 24, 1895 -
Greenville, Cal.”...... Sept. 25, 1895
Morris, Minn.”........|Apr. 3, 1897
Clontarf, Minn.”...... Apr. 4, 1897
Chamberlain, S. Dak. . Mar. —, 1898
Fort Bidwell, Cal..... Apr. 4, 1898

Total....... ...l.... - - - - - - - - -

* 1,500 with outing system.

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Adams, Herbert B., Summer schools and
tuniversity extension, 823
Agricultural colleges, 606; classification
of, 618; courses of study, 621, 627;
expenses of students, 629; land-grant
colleges, 611; military instruction,
628; requirement for admission, 62o;
report of committee, 622
Agricultural education, 595; interest of
Washington, 596; struggles of early
farmers, 595
Agricultural experiment stations, 640
Agricultural extension work, 629; co-
operative experiments, 631; insti-
tutes, 630; instruction by corre-
spondence, 631; itinerant schools,
632; Nixon bill, 632
Agricultural schools, 6oo
Agricultural societies and fairs, 597;
first society, 597; Massachusetts so-
ciety, 598; New York society, 598
Agriculture in the common schools, 632;
nature teaching, 633
Agriculture, U. S. department of, 603
Allen, Edward Ellis, Education of defect-

ives, 771
American academy of arts and sciences,

871
American art annual, 726 (see note)
American association for advancement

of science, 869
American chemical society, 877
American library association, 833
American mathematical society, 878
American museum of natural history, 886
American philosophical society, 870
American society of civil engineers, 877
American society of naturalists, 878
Annals of the deaf, 783
Armour institute, 572, 687

Art and industrial education, 707; ad-
vocacy of, by Dr Barnard, 71o; Al-
bany capitol building, 760; condi-
tion in 1874, 720; development from
1874 to 1876, 725; influence of cen-
tennial of 1876, 725, 753; Massachu-
setts the first state to act, 720;
method of Mr Fowle, 709; method
of the Misses Peabody, 710; paucity
of institutions, 723; progress, 709;
work of John Brainard, 711; Wil-
liam Minifie, 710

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Bar, admission to, 498
Bell, Dr, influence of, 783
Biological laboratories, 890
Blind, 786; bibliography, 812; early
schools, 788; education of, 787; em-
bossed books, 792; embossed libra-
ries, 795; North Carolina school,
789; schools, why started, 787;
Sloyd, 791; statistics, 797
Boston society of natural history, 873
Botanical gardens, 889
Brooklyn institute of arts and sciences,
886
Business schools, 656; classes, 656;
courses, 665; regents of the univer-
sity of the state of New York, 664;
tuition fees, 669
Business training, aim of, 669

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