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Table No. III. — Showing Number of Children Between Six and
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Counties.



Census of
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Enrollment of
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1,824


1,239


1,206


1,103


977


1,185


1,039


2,565


2,170


1,668


1,534


1,129


956


1,249


1,374


1,298


1,040


3,336


3,255


1,480


1,346


1,728


1,473


2,475


2,085


411


344


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896


633


650


2,182


2,047


1,992


1,687


1,386


1,320


452


377


599


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1,668


998


1,020


1,801


1,708


438


427


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550


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2,356


1,301


1,005


1,758


1,586



Alamance

Alexander

Alleghany

Anson

Ashe

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick ...

Buncombe

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland

Columbus

Craven

Cumberland .

Currituck

Dai'e

Davidson

Davie

Duplin



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1,760
1,636
1,847
3,830
2,354
1,587
1,660
1,793
6,358
2,646
3,274
2,480
566
1,760
1,142
3,611
2,848
2,265
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3,768
2,721
1,498



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3,568
1,502
3,613



3,226
1,810
1,433
1,803
3,455
2,288
1, 437
1,603
1,584
5,807
2,468
2,892
2,450
485
1,670
1,092
3,410
2,648
2,190
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4,160
2,597
1,541

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671

3,462

1,406

2,837



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3,570
3,069
3,650
7,285
4,642
3,024
3,263
3,377
12,165
5,114
6, 166
4,930
1,051
3,420
2,234
7,021
5,496
4,455
1,443
1,723
7,928
5,318
3,039



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1,395
7,030
2,908
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2,445
2,080
2,224
4,735
3,202
2,085
2, 623
2,338
6,591
2,826
3,201
4,560

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1,862
1,282
4,229
3,679
2,706

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1,086
6,475
3,412
2,018
3,509

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1,150
5,020
2,306
3,344



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318

1,377

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1,531

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1,360

2,108

2,440

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223

4,170

295

3,359

4,506

3,195

1,611

2,584

1,078

1,864

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628

2,872

1,176

3,122

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1,910

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2,662

4,143

4,805

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1,179

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4,791


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1,306

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1,071

1,696

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670

405

250

434

385

260

160

896

400

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18

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1,069

1,273

184

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419

436

1,265


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1,448

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1,356

1,753

1,589

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268

417

352

256

174

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448

1,131

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599

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876

1,242

1,436

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461

415

1,377


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135

2, 754

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2,427

3,449

2,948

1,394

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518

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737

516

334

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848

2,203

154

1,212

32

1,219

1,614

2,311

2,709

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2,642


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Counties.



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Enrollment of
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Edgecombe.-.

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell .._.
Mecklenburg

Mitchell

Montgomery

Moore

Nash



2,744
1,736
4,237
2,204
3,641
1, 123

815
1,865
1,047
4,693
1,839
2,086
3, 100
2,521
1,264
1,042
3,853
2,078
4,314

803
1,830
2,305
2,199
4,495
1,541
2,020
5,552
3,229
2,002
2,413
2,646



1,690
3", 686
2,020
3,689
1,184

798
1,839
1,039
4,545
1,889
1,909
3,134
2,209
1,297

976
3,605
1,993
3,996

687
1,692
2,168
2,000
3, 442
1,335
1,831
5,410
2,922
1,878
3 100
2,466



5,583
3,426
7,923
4,224
7,330
2,307
1,613
3,705
2,086
9,238
3,726
3,995
6,234
4,720
2,561
2,018
7,458
4,071
8,310
1,490
3,522
4,473
4,199
7,937
2,876
3,851
10,962
6, 151
3,880
5,513
5,112



1,943

765

2,925

1,312

2,037

797

650

910

747

3, 157

912

1,284

2,617

1, 878

663

967

2,699

1,536

3,397

562

1,616

1,349

1,570

2,175

1,354

1,478

3,245



1,773

745

2,449

1,002

1,941

647

671

934

735

3,005

867

1,256

2,719

1,497

626

903

2,482

1,279

2,985

481

1,353

1,491

1,358 j

2,027 j

1,226 j

1,360

3,166 j



3,716
1,510
5,374
2,314
3,978
1,444
1,321
1,844
1,482
6,162
1,779
2,543
5,336
3,385
1,289
1,970
5,181
2,815
6,382
1,043
2,969
2,840
2,928
4,198
2,580
2,838
6,401



1,233
1,516
1,652



1,196 I 2,429
1,625 3,141
1,479 I 3,131



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1,655

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1,336

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1,461

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1,202

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1,800 I


3,019
5,529
3,375
4,322
2,598
2,189
11
3,622
1,933
4,302
5,754
1,893

226

765
3,328
1,426
2,744

226
2,965
1,402
2,532
1,229

258

173
2,616

719
7,773

227


959
942
a52
1,143
838
715


1,023

1,070

7.50

1,095

861

780


1,982
2,012
1,402
2,238
1,699
1,495


894
846

a52

1,216
921

803


1
1
1


1
1


16

3

47


32
42

65

I






2,794
1,536
2,186


24

17


25
13


1,292






i






1,048














4














1,844


1,087
561

1,201

1, 752

440

91

217

1,216
705
822
79
942
546
891
358
81
21

1,226
195

2,358


1,219

723

1,259

1,972
450
104
233

1,177

520

869

68

1,020
482

1,120

345

92

19

1,149
223

2,582


2,306

1,284

2,460

3,724

890

195

4.50

2,393

1,225

1,691

147

1,962

1,028

2,011

703

173

40

2,375

418

4,940


1,299

680

1,412

1,929

596

138

108

1,238

1,009

1,041

95

1,134

719














966














2,174
2,943


1


1

1


58


56


19
5


24

8


9.50








108


3
1


1


34

34


29
20






. 390
1, 673


9


4


669














1,408














126
1,504


1
1


1


18
35


19
31








703






1,330


980


1


1


10


35






611


413

78

16

1,290

232

2,985


1






119


33
40


37
35


12


7


84


1







1,360






315














3,821
115


1


1


28


52


20


37


580


992
2,925
3,740 1


379

988

1,126


485
1,022
1,212


854
2,010
2,338


197
1,604
1,237














1,415
1,940


1
1


1
1


13 |
12 I


18
36


22
25 1


19
27



94



Biennial Report of the



Table No, Ill-



Counties.



New Hanover
Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank __.

Pender

Perquimans..

Person

Pitt

Pol-k

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham-.

Rowan

Rutherford ...

V • Sampson

Stanly

Stokes

Scotland

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington..
Watauga



Census of
White Children.



1,708
1,537
1,563
1,686

913
1,262
1,205

892
1,810
2,748

889
4,540
1,460
3,208
3,891
4,069
3,748
3,066
2,966
3,191

841
4,211
1,448
1,116

619
3,566
1,176
5,016
1,023

901
2,615



1,628
1,479
1,302
1,499

910
1,203
1,120

829
1,631
2,558

810
4,308
1,579
3,122
3,682
3,887
3,660
2,691
3,022
2,940

923
3,752
1,482
1,068

558
3,278
1,171
4.869

932

782
2,435



3,336
3,016
2,865
3,185
1,823
2,465
2,325
1,721
3,471
5,306
1,699
8,848
3,039
6,330
7,573
7,956
7,408
5,757
5,988
6,131
1,764
7,963
2,930
2,183
1,177
6,844
2,347
9,885
1,955
1,683
5,050



Enrollment of
White Children.



952

1,191

1,197

992

561

075

702

668

1,181

1,940

637

2,686

1,345

2,253

2,287

2,816

2,535

1,993

1,798

1,898

412

2,983

1,068

675

398

3,070

658

3,294

600

540

1,956



1. 135

1,062

1,004

745

553

594

645

537

8.54

1,831

567

2,459

1,468

2,650

2,061

2,528

2,357

1,788

4,569

1,519

422

2,575

871

650

350

2,893

705

3,231

505

482

1,838



2,087
2.253
2,201
1,737
1,114
1,269
1,347
1,205
2,035
3,571
1,204
5,145
2,813
4,303
4,348
5,344
4,892
3,781
3,367
3,417

834
5,558
1,939
1,325

748
5,663
1,363
6,525
1,105
1,022
3,794



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



95



Continued.



Census of
Colored Children.


Enrollment of
Colored Children.


3 £

25
Z~

<t

>

<


No. In
stitutes


Number Teachers
Attending.




*

S


O

E-4


CD

1


£

CD


o


2


■6

CD"
U



o
o


"3

S


d

S
CD

o

%


2.

1
•a

u
O

o


6

E
<a


2,190


2,215

2,118

642

854

522

1,220

1,306

850

1,271

2,339

242

683

1,487

2,852

1,947

1,285

964

1,733

359

518

970

576

27

135

237

1,350

1,652

4,476

2,336

857

65


4,405
4,233
1,217
1,752
1,039
2,409
2,541
1,762
2,503
4,678

490
1,384
2 752
5,783
3,742
2,576
1,901
^3, 399

649

1,079

1,970

1,347

64

240

.500
2,821
3,416
9,019
4,719
1,738

125


779

1,3.50

399

357

318

544

661

769

643

1,475

242

362

1,185

2,247

1,051

929

461

1,007

270

374

767

498

32

65

175

1,020

1,030

2,822

1,570

345 i

41 1


996

1,514

434

375

334

587

702

743

799

1,596

263

383

1,267

2, 454

1,138

1,020

523

1,388

359

353

947

509

18

73

152

1,117

952

2,921

1,722

510

51


1,775
2,864

833

732

652

1,131

1,363

1,512

1,442

3,071

505

745

2, 452

2,701

2,189

1,949

984

629

727

1,714

1,007

50

138

327

2,137

1,982

4,743

3,292

855

95


1,075

1,461

492

433

195

635

877

1, 182

375

1,682

290

4S0

3,270

2,075

1,153

1,202

603

_LJJ12_

220

167

805

593

18

73

180

1,256

1,076

3,374

1,745

610

58














2,115





1






15


*>0


575








898














517














1,189


l


1


5


20






1,235






912












1,232








!




2,339








i




248












701














1,265














2,931


l
l
l
l


1
1
1


13
25
45
37


14
78
46
34






1,795

1,291

937

1,666


22
19
17


42
19
19


290














551


l





31


39






1,000






771












37


l


— -


18


17






105






263














1,471
1,764


l


1


47


44


18


21


4,543

2,883


1
l


1


5


15


25


39


881
59


l

4


1


12 1
75 1


13

10


11


15



90



Biennial Report of the













Table No.


III—




Census of
White Children.


Enrollment of
White Children.


£2


Counties.


6
s
S


a."

g

S)

fa


Eh




£


"5
o


Is

a)'5



>




3,094
4,555
2,452
2,480
2,100


2,975
4,364
2,205
2,402
2.204


6,069
8,919
4,657
4,882
4,304


2,427
2,907
1,811
1,696
1,300


2,368
2,518
1,572
1,501
1,381


4,795
5,425
3,383
3, 197
2,681


2,955

2,888
1,985
1 885


Wilkes .


Wilson _.


Yadkin. _




1,981






Total


231,375 216.027


448, 304


151,576


138 602 'xx* 178


172,272













Superintendent of Public Instruction.



97



Continued.



Census of


Em


ollment of





No. In-


Number Teachers


Colored Children.


Colored Children.


§2


stitutes


Attending.


































<V








CD






oJ




«5




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0J


a

fa


-a


"3

a




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^j




d


^


go


o5


V


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&


fa




a

<B

fa







S

fa


cs
o
H


> o

«1


■a


o

o


a

£


3


o


O


o
o


2,193
495


2,255

509


4,448

1,004

3,313

563

114


1,575


1,689
322


3,264


1,533

420














296


618


1




34


12






1,652

273


1,661

290
54


804


1,101


1,905


1,033
193

68














162
64


161
50


323
114















60


l





24 12












109, 846


109, 831


219, 677


67,699


73,481


141,180


80,747


47


30


854


1,018


370


477



98



Biennial Report ot the



Table No. IV.— Reports Showing the Number of Public School Bis-
Public School Property, Average Length of Terms in Weeks, and
during the School Year Ending June 30, 1901.



Counties.



Alamance

Alexander —
Alleghany ___.

Anson

Ashe

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick .__
Buncombe —

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland ._..
Columbus —

Craven

Cumberland
Currituck _—

Dare

Davidson



Number
of School
Districts.



51
44
54
103
72
65
70
51
97
65
56
82
20
37
37
81
90
46
21
19
85
91
47



Number

of Schools

Taught,



28



41

10

39

57

44

28

20

13

22

12

20
7

36

20

45

3

15

1

23

37

37

61

13

3

24



66
51

40

51

87

68

63

62

50

97

62

56

80

20

40

37

81
86
44
21

_19
85
81
45
79
28
18
95



23
8
5

42
6

39

56

42

28

20

10

20

12

12

7

36
19
44
2
15

23
30

37

56

12

3

21



Value of

Public School

Property.



"_



$14, 930. 00
4,025.00
4,677.00
5, 815. 00
11,483.25
9,042.00
6,900.00
3,686.00
2,650.00
1, 800. 00
4,949.00
14,565.00
5,350.00
2,000.00
4,020.00
1,550.00
8,540.00
5,875.00
4,800.00
3,515.00
3,500.00
20,000.00
7,240.00



Average

Lehgth of Term

in Weeks.



5,000.00
2, 565. 00
1,500.00
9,232.00



$2,575.00
285.00
160.00
4,405.00
190.00
3,966.00
5,600.00
2,506.00
1,780.00
2,000.00
910.00
2,611.00
1,000.00
1,160.00
940.00
1,210.00
1,400.00
2,660.00
105.00
2,568.00
25.00
3,000.00
2,772.00



3,750.00
830.00
250.00

1,322.00



21.000

13.490

10.000

13.200

13.500

15.380

16. 140

10.225

10.000

31.000

13. 900

14.500



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