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classics attract as large a proportion of students as ever. The discussion must be regarded as merely tentative, and final conclusions be waived until similar investigations can be extended to all classes of secondary schools and to a sufficient number of each class to insure that the results shall be truly representative of past tendencies and present conditions.

The following is a comparative summary of the number of institutions for secondary instruction (exclusive of high schools, preparatory schools, and departments of normal schools, and of institutions for superior instruction), making returns from 1876 to 1886, inclusive (1883 omitted):

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No. of institutions.

1, 229 1, 226 No. of instructors..

1, 227 1, 236 5,999

1, 264 5, 963

1, 336 1, 482 5, 747

1, 588 5, 961

1,617 No. of students.... 106, 647 98, 371 100, 374 108, 734 110, 277 122, 617 138, 384 152, 354 160, 137 151, 050

6,009

1, 440 6, 489 7,449

7, 923
8,186

7,566

TABLE 24.—General statistical summary of pupils receiving secondary instruction.

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Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado..
Connecticut
Delaware.
Florida
Georgia.
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa...
Kansas
Kentucky
Lonisiana
Maine
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.
Nebraska.
Nevada..
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio..
Oregon
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia.
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Dakota
District of Columbia.
Idaho
Indian Territory.
Montana.
New Mexico.
Utah
Washington
Wyoming..

Total

4,013 3, 353 6, 568 1, 261 4. 865

475

578 14, 639 13, 851 7,625 9,955 2, 956 8, 691 3, 738 5,752 3, 884 18,567 6, 647 3, 857 4,467 11, 281 2,061

237 3, 281 7, 232 33, 315 11, 377 14, 077

3,024 17, 639

2,083 5, 236 10, 460 6,525 3, 428 6, 143

732 5, 768

876 1, 263

46 998

3 1,087 1, 637 1, 142

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a In 471 cities.

6 Strictly normal students are not included.

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Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut.
Delaware.
Florida.
Georgia
Illinois.
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas.
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Maine..
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshiro
New Jersey.
New York
North Carolina.
Obio...
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island.
South Carolina.
Tennessee.
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Dakota
District of Columbia.
Indian Territory
Idaho
Montana
New Mexico
Utah.....
Washington.

Total.....

380

058 1, 240

342 438

40

138 2, 586 2, 756 1, 658 2, 355 1, 155 1, 214 1, 399

518

500 2, 215

814 612

809 3, 221 419

51 593

977 5, 862 1, 615 2, 310

920 2, 607

221

865 2, 425

922 234 955

107 1, 337

428 289 100 27

3 296 313 258

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Table 26.---Summary of statistics of schools for secondary instruction.

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Alabama
Arkansas
California..
Colorado.
Connecticnt.
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana.
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland.
Massachusetts.
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire.
Now Jersey
New York
North Carolina.
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Islanit
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont.
Virginia
West Virginia.
Wisconsin
Dakota
District of Columbia.
Indian Territory.
New Mexico
Utah
Washington

Total

26 51 51 2, 119 597 245 71 38 745
17 30

$197, 200
59 2, 377 335 358 04 54 3,480
29 104

91, 200 126 3,072 1, 579 401 29 172 17, 221 467, 800 4 17 15 827 209

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55,000 02 124 2, 055

692 183 23 170 10, 852 257, 500 4 9 13

475 205
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90,000 235 11, 797

6, 531 1, 352 95 124 29, 587 49.1, 650 43 123 170

6, 183

2, 292 379 399 229 50, 135 1,054,400 11 38 58 3, 581 797 212 1, 205 224 9, 734 224,000 39 97 82 5, 998 843 412 X54 743 11, 220 331, 000

3.1 18 1, 216 142 253 181 132 6,336 234, 000 58 109 274

6,057

2,096 422 330 150 20, 134 622, 700 19 50 97 2, 148

1, 173

359 17 86 5, 202 139, 050 27 45 3, 002 1, 108

252

199 16, 011 322, 025 32 88 76

2,195 882 103 10 64 17, 967 620, 600 58 303 239 3,921 1, 380

494 22 178 33, 974 1, 755, 233 11 32 51 2, 251 190 256

6+ 10, 625

258, 400 44 1,493 492 146 37 104

5, 967 180,000 31 55 3, 297 1,379

124 65 11, 987 174, 250 69 18!

203

6, 634 2,714 992 5:22 337 30, 835 E65, 400 11 46 45

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49 1, 839 1, 007 205 32 103 10, 114 227,000 45 122 108 3, 485 1,472 337 31 158 27, 395 461,000 174 478 5.90 18,851 9, 537

1, 998

537 9:2 104, 687 4, 104, 896 102 198 195 10, 558 4. 732 1, 037 653 541 23, 292 572, 200 113 160

3, 895

1,585 103 285 39 38, 836 514, 800 17 29 76

2, 145

268 81 69 4,615 321, 300 81 219 296

7, 089
2, 705 828 423

129

53, 073 1,686, 100 2 2

135
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400

680 23

59 3, 489 1, 541 164 96 5 5, 879 173, 400 108 116

7, 126 3,047 778 406 73 8, 803 318, 150 36 92 121 5, 165 2, 292 356 245 58 11, 140 357, 090 21 52 65

2, 779 553 199 22 100 6, 770 321, 400 35 76 90

3, 408
1, 977 80 247 82 16, 530

325, 500
6 8 14.
499 119

4, 200 50,000 20 80 81 2, 561 1, 396 223 16 109 29, 039 374,500 6 11 21 501 134 141 38 64 1, 175

113,000 15 32 91 1,0:1 687 108

6,525

160, 600 10 16 29 998 517 100 24

3, 650 317,000 8 33

$55 389 296 98 47 6, 116 96,000 13 18 35 1, 637 121 313 20 56

1,850 129, 810 12 19 32

819 232

37 17 72 2, 968 87,000 1, 440 3, 180 4,386 a151,050 61, 391 15, 164 8,356 5,810 683, 036 20, 161, 734

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a Large number not classified.

PREPARATORY SCHOOLS. Detailed statistics of preparatory schools will be found in 'Table 29. The following is a comparative statement of the statistics of these schools as reported to the Bureau from 1876 to 1886, inclusive (1883 omitted):

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600 $12, 000 700

8,000 3,550 184, 000 1, 612 40, 300 11, 740 680,000

600 119, OCO 3, 225 50,000

87,000 4,000 65,000 100

8, 800 4,735

207, 000 4, 250 52,000 29, 689 | 1, 999,000 700 100,000

145, 000 12, 200 312, 700

6,150 1,307,000 20,567 | 1, 459, 570

1,200 1, 610 163, 500 7, 525 584,000 3, 600 202, 000

400 10.000 740 52, 000

400 50,000 1, 600 40,000 5,000 25, 000 3, 300

165, 600 2, 200

40,000

28, 000 500

20,000

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402

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175 216 183 70 49

218 37 40 53 100 14 29 241 20 6

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744 246 201

40 202 a 172 a 185

23 80

46 a 132

66 22 16

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c Includes students preparing for classical or scientific course, the number includod not being specified.

TABLE 28.-Statistics of private schools for elementary and secondary instruction, 1885-'86; from replies to inquiries by the United Stales Bureau of Education.

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1 Andrews' Institute, Andrews' Institute

Rev. J.C. Grant

1876 Ala. 2 Athens, Ala* Athens Male Academy

E C. Hudson

1878
3 Camden, Ala
Wilcox Male and Female In W.C. Jones

1819
stitute.
4 Dadeville, Ala
Dadeville Select High School Mrs. Alice Baggett

0
5 Dadeville, Ala*
Dadeville Seminary..

George 1. Franklin.

1876
6 Decatur, Ála..
Decatur Male and Female H.C. Gilbert

1883
High School,
7 Fayette C. I., Ala Fayette County Male and Fe- C. S. Deare

male Institnte.
8 Fort Deposit, Ala. Fort Deposit Institute

W P. Stott

0 9 Furman, Ala" Snow Hill Academy ..... Joel C. Du Bose, A. M

0 10 Gaylesville, Ala. Gaylesville High School Rev. S. L. Russell, A. M. 1876 11 Grove Hill, Ala* Grove Hill Male and Female T. B. Creaghi

School. 12 Havana, Ala Travis Academy

W. L. Fagan
13 Helena, Ala*.

Helena Collegiate Institute. JL Ruffin
14 Huntsville, Ala

Miss M. A. Cruse's Privato Miss M. A. Cruse

School. 15 Lineville, Ala Lineville Institute

G. V. Stevens, B. E 16 Mobile, Ala*

German Evangelical Lutheran John G. Kramer.

School
17 Mobile, Ala.

Home and Day School Mrs. V.C. Wilson
18 Mobilo, Ala

Towle's Institute for Boys.... Amos Towie 19 Montgomery, Ala Hamner Hall, Collegiate In Rev. George M. Everhart, 1860 stitute for Girls.

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