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TABLE 3.—SCHOOL AGE, POPULATION, AND

ATTENDANCE.

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103,615 73,927

32,863 107,593 69,461 114,805 67,599

18,790 18,000 14,400 76,157 32,240 655,508 329,799 459,451 286,301 347,572 204,204 121,690 71,062 240,000

57,433 34,000 122,442 103,548 130,324 59,001 233,872 202,882 324,615 170,000 124,583 54,895 148,780 125,000 389,956 122,186 37,872

3,848 3,322 69,874 47,759 179,443 87,840 1,036,999 503,240 146,737

97,830 704,018 407,917

15,329 834,020 511,418 28,245 22,435 85,594 169,679 129,542 83,000 70,904 160,859 91,175 81,100 61,244 281,708 180,185

333 7,456 7,214 3,500 16,770 13,000 2,196 1,818 909 7,102 ... 15,839 11,663 5,928

4-21 3,517 44 New Mexico.

23,000 45 Utah.....

14-16 27,178 13,590 13,588 *46 Washington..

4-21

9,949 47 Wyoming..

5-20
1,100 500

600 48 Indian

16-16 10,923

9,026

* 1872.

TABLE 4.-RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF

SCHOOLS AND STATE SCHOOL FUNDS.

STATES.

Income from tax-
ation for 1873.

Total income from all sources.

School Fund.

$55,000 1,417,500 2,043,375

281,785

Alabama..
Arkansas.
California..
Connecticut..
Delaware..
Florida..
Georgia.
Illinois.
Indiana.
Iowa...
Kansas,
Kentucky.
Louisiana.
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..

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6,382,000 8,395,135 3,294,742 3,017,589 1,628,123

312,975

315,370 2,127,653 3,124,471 2,907,624 1,950,000 7,273,832

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104,000

47.192 805,033 3,029,513 2,187,564 3.562,992

452,724

45,000

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TERRITORIES.
Arizona...
Colorado.
Dakota.
District of Columbia.
Idaho
Indian..
Montana.
New Mexico.
Utah.
Washington..
Wyoming .

4,942 137,557

22,000 220,514 20,129 31,350

5,849 257,557

22,000 220,514 33,013 33,161 58,621 127,447

12,885

12,000 41,180

17,000
69,474

TABLE 5.-SCHOOL STATISTICS OF ONE HUNDRED

AMERICAN CITIES.

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Children en-
rolled in schools.

1,788 2,880 2,369

1,212
3,778

3,023
2,100

3,267
2,574
6,831

Alabama. Mobile.....

32,034 18,044 Montgomery... 15,000 3,327 Selma

8,000 2,067

Arkansas. Little Rock. 20,000 8,089

California. Oakland.

15,387 3,002 Sacramento.. 15,000 5,000 San Francisco, .175,000 32,387

Connecticut. Bridgeport.... 25.000 5,882 Hartford.

37,180 9,128 New Haven

51,000 12, 264 New London. 10.000 2,172 Norwich..

16,353 1.925 Waterbury

15,000 3,550

Delaware. Wilmington,...... 30,841

District of Columbia. Washington a73,731 a17,403

Florida. Key West.... 8,000 1,500

Georgia. Atlanta

21.789 9,438 Angusta.

19,896 4,757 Columbus

8,648 2.610 Macon

19,000 6,560 Savannah..

23, 235

7,031

28,329

44,974
7.218
4,167
6,190
3,553
3,296
4,614
6,729

3,025 12,007 2,575

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2,298 4,000

4,981 88,219 3,572 7,787 11,800 5,041

1,745 4,259

2,867 33,078

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3,500

CITIES.

Children enrolled in schools.

Population.

school age. Children of

5,299 Burlington

878 Dubuque. 1,039 Keokuk

Iowa.
23,147
23,000
14,000

5,537 7,782 5,718

Kansas. 1,898 Atchison...

13,500 Leavenworth...... 28,420

2,653 6,548

2,288 5,000 25,948

Covington...
Newport....

Kentucky.

25,000
15,087

8.938
5,897

Maine.
18.289
18,000
31,418

5,296
5,726
9,646

4,500
5,787 Bangor...
8,807 Lewiston.
2,190 Portland
1,201
2,830

Baltimore. 5,920

Maryland. .....302,839

Boston. a8,935

Fall River.
Lawrence ..
Lynn...

New Bedford
496 Salem...

Springfield..

Worcester. 3,594

Massachusetts.

.250,701 48,001

40,000 6,894 33,000 5,141 80,000 6,808 23,436 3,790 25, (100 5,240 80,000

4,399 52,000

7,681

1,080 Bay City...

882 Detroit 2,740 Jackson.

Michigan.

15,000 3,706 100,000 32, 409

16,000 3,400

Minnesota. 3,247 44,091

Minneapolis 17,000 5,211 2,224 St. Paul

20,030 9,500 3,352 3,500

Missouri. 2,641 Hannibal

12,000 3,947 Kansas City. 32,286 6,636

St. Joseph. 265,000 6,187 3,883 St. Louis. .375,000 127,000 2,682 6,355

New Hampshire. 2,450 3,237 Manchester... 25,000 4,500

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New Jersey.

Rhode Island. Camden 30,000 8,236 6,399 Newport...

12,521

2,625 2,104 Elizabeth.. 24,000 6.389 2,530 Providence...

68,904

9,000 Jersey City. 100,000 30,758 19,574 Newark

120,000 30,045 15,090 Paterson.. 40,000

South Carolina. 11,684 9,357 Trenton 25,000 7,929 3,454 Charleston ........ 48,956

5,166

Tennessee.
New York,

Memphis..

50,000 13,393 5.205 Brooklyn.. 450,000 156,000

77,350 Nashville,

27,000 8,370

3,722 Buffalo.

150,000 38,000 21,211 Cohoes. 22,000 9,504 2,600

Texas. New York. 912, 292 250,353 244,036

Houston...

9.382 Ponghkeepsie.. 20,080 5,900

2,971 Syracuse

50,26
16,180

8,014
Jefferson

12,000 1,500
Troy....
50,000 17,372 8,300

Vermont.

Burlington ........ 14,378
Ohio.

3,114 825 Akron...

Virginia. 14,000 3,631 2,149 Cincinnati. .216,239 87,322 27,418 | Norfolk

20.000

6,182 1,329 Cleveland. 92,829 36,601 15,085 Petersburg

18.950 6,758 2,133 Colnmbus. 40,149 10,514 6,216 | Richmond

51,038 18,086 6,355 Dayton.

30,473 13, 107 5,194 Toledo.. 44,000 10,860 6.603

West Virginia.

Wheeling..... 25,235 8,604 3,700 Pennsylvania.

Wisconsin. Erie 30,000 5,900 3,700

Milwaukee

90.000 29,155 11.224 Harrisburg: 25,000

5,060 Oshkosh...........

16,000 4,641 2,550 Philadelphia. 674,022

84,000 Pittsburg.... 121.215 29,000 20.282

Colorado Territory. Reading

38,950 8,000 5,835 Scranton 45,000 6,000 3,666 | Denver..

18,000 1,913 1,013 The above statistics, like those of the previous tables, are compiled from General Eaton's forthcoming report.

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN THE

UNITED STATES.

The following list embraces the names of the colleges and universities in the United States, which we have collated from original sources, and arranged in alphabetical order. Among so many presiding officers, frequent changes necessarily occur, owing to deaths, resignations, and other causes. We shall thank our friends if they will give prompt notice of any such changes, and of any additions which this list may require from time to time. For the names of the theological, law, normal, and other schools which follow, we are indebted to General Eaton, U. S. Commissioner of Education, who has kindly furnished them for the ANNUAL, in advance of his forthcoming yearly Department Report.

ALABAMA.

PRESIDENT.

FOUNDED. Howard College...

.Marion ..... .J. T. Murfee.... ...1837 Huntsville Female College. . Huntsville.. .Rev. Geo. W. F. Price, M.A.,1853 Spring Hill College........Spring Hill.... ... Rev. J. Montillot...........

..1830 Synodical Female College... Florence... .Rev. W. H. Mitchell, D.D... 1846 Talladega College..... .. Talladega. .A. A. Safford...

.1869 Tuskegee Female College... Tuskegee .Henry D. Moore..

.1854 University of Alabama....... Tuscaloosa . .Charles G. Smith..

.1831

Arkansas University....
Cane Hill College..
St. John's College..

ARKANSAS.
.Fayetteville ........N. P. Gates (Acting Pres.)... 1872
.Boonsborough .Rev. F. Earle. Reorganized, 1868
.. Little Rock.. ..0. C. Gray, A. M... -.1830

CALIFORNIA. California College.....

Vacaville

. A. S. Worrell, A.M.......,1871 College of St. Augustine.. Benicia...

.Rev. W. P. Tucker, A.M. ..1868 Franciscan College....

. Santa Barbara. .Rev. J. J. O'Keefe.. .1868 Hesperian College.... .Woodland. .... .J. M. Martin...

.1861 Pacific Methodist College ... Santa Rosa.. .A. L. Fitzgerald.... ..1861 St. Vincent's College..

.Los Angeles.. .Rev. James McGill.. .1867 Santa Clara College......

.Santa Clara.. .Rev. A. Varsi, S.J.. ..1851 University College....

..San Francisco. .Rev. W. Alexander, D.D...,1863 University of California..... Berkeley.... Daniel C. Gilman,.. ...1869 University of Pacific.......San Jose.. .Rev. A. S. Gibbons, A. M...1852

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