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16.000

16.000

12.200

14.000

14.600

14.330

12.500

17.500

14.000

14.000

12. 600

12.000

17.200

10. 928

10.000

15. 280



23.000
8.625
11.000
14.000
10.166
11.923
14.142
10.333
13.000
30.000
16. 120
12,350
18.000
16.000
11.500
15.000
10 400
16.000
12.000
15.800
16.800
14.000
12. 166
12.000
17.400
9.333
12.000
11.220



36



36



36



32



32



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



99



tricts, Number of School Houses, Number of Schools Taught, Value of
Average Monthly Salary oj Teachers in the Several Counties in the State

■4



Average

Salary of Teachers

Per Month.



.3 a



$26. 00
20.00
20.00
23.80
18.70
24.88
22.50
21.61
22.00
31.53
24.36
24.56
20.00
23.50
22.00
24.50
22.85
21.72
19.00
25.79
18.75
25.00
22.48
28.00
22.34
23.05
25.00
24.53



O 1 ^



625.50
19.80
17.75
23.47
16.75
27.01
23.00
23.09
32.00
21.50
22.75
24.85
17.50
22.00
22.50
24.00
21.75
22.33
27.50
26.14



23.00
25.78
23.00
19.91
23.69
25.00
22.02



— Si
*9



$24.00
18.00



22.33



22.22
22.00
20.00
20.00
21.50
20.00
23.01
15.00
20.00
21.33
21.25
19.20
21.10
16.00
26.41
25.00
21.00
24 06
23.00
18.38
23.33
20.00
24.53



Number of School Houses.



White.



1


56


15


36


5


19




42


23


52


2


67




65


3


46




50


12


73


14


41


6


49




82




20




34


23


13


3


73


18


56


15


23




20




17




84


5


76




40


10


55




32




17


16


71



Colored.



No. Houses

Built During

Year.



White Col'cl



25



10



100



Biennial Report of the



Table No. IV—



Counties;



Davie

Duplin

Durham

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



Number
of School
Districts.



45

80

40

41

72

52

78

35

21

55

33

97

58
60
13
52
30
31
96
44

110
32
45
57
11
79
50
57
86
59



Number

of Schools

Taught.



17

49

25 I
42
19
43
32
27
2
43
25
31
63
28

2
11
29
17
36

4
38
22
26
14

4

5
32
13
61



45

80
40
41
72
52
78
35
21
50
33
92
59
51
50
51
31
31
94
44
110
32
45
57
60
65
49
66
122



43
24
31
61
19

2
11
31
17
34

3
38
22
26
14

4

1
32
10
7&



Value of

Public School

Property.



$2, 870. 00

7,789.00

53,950.00

5,335.00

67,525.00

2,930.00

10,021.00

2,960.00

4,000.00

7.368.00

2,244.00-

41,500.00

7,776.75

4, 925. 00

9,000.00

8, 370. 00

2,375.00

3,560.00

23,714.00

2,370.00
12,275.00

1,800.00

6,500.00
11,400.00

9,158.00
11,212.00

9,000.00

4,855.00
60,885.00

5, 840. 00



$985. 00

5,995.00

8,250.00

4,360.00

16,000.00

2,375.00

3, 777. 00

2,515.00

150.00

3,745.00

2,000.00

8,500.00

9, 155. 00

1,850.00

500.00

1,300.00

2,750.00

1,936.00

6,320.00

530.00

4, 145. 00

1,260.00

3, 760. 00

1,975.00

550.00

•50.00

3,500.00

550.00

12,404.00

225.00



Average

Lengih of Term

in Weeks.



o



13.330

11.275

29.250

28. 428

19.500

16.500

17. 640

14.530

14.000

17.600

14.272

18.040

26. 180

12. 180

17.000

16.667

15.000

12.600

15.890

13. 522

18.560

14.400

16.200

14.200

15.454

U.420

18.000

12.150

19.000



15.250
11.797
28.000
25.777
19.400
14.000
18. 470
13.270



17.600
13. 500
17.700
21.250
12.500
17.000
13. 000
15.200
12. 200
16.230
15.000
14.260
13.333
14.000
14.600
15.500
8.000
16.000
10:840
17.000



38
36 f.



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36



30'



32'



36



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



101



Continued.



Average

Salary of Teachers

Per Month.



^



$21. 10
23.37
33. 75
32.36

27.50
24.00
23.85
22.76



25.13
25.00
24.66
23.83
22.92
24.50
25.25
23.28
24.00
27.50
20.31
26.97
21.25
24.00
26.39
22.35
21.98
27.00
24.39
28.00



O



$22. 46
20.50
25.00
26.91
22.50
21.50
25.22
24.25



o9



20.24
23.30
23.00
23. 80
19.75
30.00
21.70
24.30
20.00
19.02
20.00
26.54
23.40
21.00
25.00
18.05
22.50
26.00
17.74
22.00



520.45
18.50
20.75
25.39
22.00
20.07
23.04
23.31



19.94
21.21
22.00
20.00

18.87



20.66
21.12
20.00
16.61
20.00
22.62
22.57
18.00.
23.12
19.20



26.00
15.50
19.00



32
140
39
41
72
40
60
35
18
48
24
82
48
52
49
51
23
31
92
44
100
30
44
53
58
58
50
45



Number of School Houses.



White.



10



13
140
33

41

,i

32
59
35
10
38
24
67
48
51
43
47
22


pq
2

4
1



31

76
42
100
27
44
39
50
48
50
33
53



Colored.



No. Houses

Built During

Year.



White Col'd



102



Biennial Report of the



Table No. IV—



Number
of School
Districts.



Number

of Schools

Taught.



Average

Length of Term

in Weeks.



Counties.



Montgomery __

Moore

Nash

New Hanover-
Northampton.

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank...

Pender

Perquimans ...

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham ..

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania .

Tyrrell

Union

Vance



56



62

15
43
53
50
27
22
48
29
36
86
31
US
40
88
77
84
75
85
23
74



35
33

27
86

28



•6

8
o


s

48


19


46


81


45


60


15


15


45


43


20


38


25


43


12


24


19


22


39


39


19


29


34


36


56


86


13


31


23


110


33


38


64


87


41


78


84


81


27


69


:,::


83


20


24


14


74


18


64


18


58


2


32


3


23


9


26


35


85


29


28




Superintendent of Public Instruction.



103



Continued.

















No. Houses








Number of School Houses.




Built During




Average












Year.


Sa


lary of Teachers
Per Month.




































White.


Colored.


White


Col'd.


















u.














-d


tj -2






















o ^






.a








&






£> J2


^3


£ S

— o






a

3


si
o


R
u


a

'C
pq


a

IB


O


a

u


a a

3 3
& S5


822.50


$21.00


$20.00


«17.00




















25.00


22.00


23.00


20.00


75




75




37




37


2


. 1


29.00


26.00


25.00


23.00


50




50




38




38


1


1


38.00


38.00


29.00


29.00


16




15


1


14




14


2




33.00


26.00
22.45


26.00
18.33


23.00

18.92


38
45




38
45




42
18


1


41

18






25.28


3




26.44


25.70


22.30


18.35


84


16


28




25


14


11


2




24.33


20.47
26.80


25.17
30.14


20.13
25.09


20

22




20
21


l


12
19




12

19






35.00


1


' 2


34. 75


21. 19


23. 22


19 10


43


5


38




36


12


24


2




25.00


23 71


26.00


22.66


29




29




19




19


1




26.00


27.00


23.00


21.00


30


8


14


. .


19


14


4


8


1


24.00


24.00


20.00


18.00


86




86


1 56




56


6


4


24.18


23.21
22.47
23.00
26.64
25.60


20.70
23.40
22.00
29.32
23.45


22.45
21.83

27.07
21.26


19
96
35
63
69


4

20

1

19


15
76
35

62
50


5

1


3


2






26.20


3


25.00




25
57
33










32.06


2
19


55
16






27.59


2


2


29.00


26.42


24.41


22.19


76


8


67


1


36


14


22


1




28.70


26.50


26.37


p 22. 13


59


8


51




21


6


15


5


1


21.25


21.25
24.00
27.00


17.00


81


22


59




-^S-


17


33


2
1

1




27.50


25.00
26.00


20.50
26.00


1


27.00


70


3


66


1


4




4




26.00


23.00


22.27
20.00


21.00
18.00


71
42


42

18


29




16


16


3


8
4




22.50


22.50


20




11




25.22


22.69


25.00


25.00


34


13


20


1


1




1


.2




24.00


20.00
22.10


25.00


21.66
21.50


26
27


7


19
27




3
9


2


1
9






24.80






26.80


25.25


20.50


20.50


80




80




33




33


1


4


25.00


27.11


23.06


21.92


28




28




28











104



Biennial Report of the

















Table


No. IV—




Number
of School
Districts.


Number

of Schools

Taught.


Value of

Public School

Property.


Average

Length of Term

in Weeks.


Counties.


3


■a
9

3
o
o


6

3


3
o

o


eg

3


•6

0)

o
o
O


3


■d

3
c

o


5


Wake .


100
42
29
65
71

111
47
63
45


70

43

18

6

42

20

29

9

3


99
37
28
65
70
104
47
58
45


71

45

18

6

42
17
29
9
3


$10,000.00
3,436.00
4,110.00
3,938.00

16,710.00
7,628.00

14,790.00
3,650.00
3,500.00


$7,100.00
4,431.00
1,749.00


18.400
17.050
18.000
14. 770
16. 2.50
14.000
18.000
15. 600
13.000


18.000
15. 860
16.000

8.750
16.260

8.000
13.000
15.600

4.000


34.2






Washington






7,990.00
755.00

6,208.00
350.00


36


Wilkes




Wilson


36






Yancey








Total


5,483 ,2,559


5,411


2,418


885,298.00


266,018.00


15.560


14. 498


34*




T



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 105



Con tin ued.





















| No. Houses










Number of




Built During




Average


















Ss


tlary of Teachers
Per Month.








































White.




Colored.


White


Col'd.




o














u


















<d








<u










White

Male.


— Z


.2 "3


02 rt

— CD


a




H-3


s

u

fa




n


Numb


hi


s



fa


-2
3


a


$30.31


$29.37


$25 61


$22. 20


92




91


i


68




68


1


i


25.00


21.23


20.85


19.49


36


1


35




42




42


4


4


30.00


26.25
19.41


27.50
16.08


25.00


28
67




28
67




17
6


3


17
3






2130


1




28.38


26.93


25.33


22.95


71





70


i


42




42


4




21.00


20.00 ! 20.00


20.00


83


22


61




13


6


7


4




30.00


26.00


28.00
23.60


24.00


47-
51


i 28


47

21




29
5


4


29

1






25.00


3




22.00


19.00


16.00


14.00


45


34


10


i


3


2


1














26.92


23.87 I 22.93


21.20


4,899


597


4,268


34


2,183


3.53


1,830


63


45



106 Biennial Keport of the

Table No. V.— Number of Teachers Examined and Approved During



Counties.



Alamance

Alexander

Alleghany

Anson

Ashe

Beaufoi't

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick ...
Buncombe __.

Burke

Caldwell

Cabarrus

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland

Columbus __.

Craven,

Cumberland.

Currituck

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe.



White.



First Grade.



I £_

26 Z
32
12
25
40
16
9
10



30
9

38

31

10

13
2

30

39

24
2
7

36

20
5

20
8
3

50

17

7

18

1



5

4
22

9
35
37
34

6
23

6
23
19



19
20

1
14

4
42
30
29
30
10

9
19
21
48
32

30



Second Grade.



53

37

16

47

49

51

46

44

26

53

15

61

50

17

19

11

49

59

25

16

11

78

50

44

50

18

12

69

38

55

50

31



7

26

16

6

30

1

5

4

15

23

19



4
3
1
24
13
20



10
9

2

15

1

2
27

7



18
4
5

15
4
7

13
9
7

23
7
2
5

6
3

13
21



Third Grade.



25
30

21
21

34

8

18

13

22

46

26

10

14

4

9

4

37

34

28

1

16

22

18

7

46

5

3

36

7



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 107
the School Year Ending June jo, /go/, Showing- Race, Sex and Grade.



Colored.



First Grade. Second Grade. Third Grade



5


12


9


16


21


26


17


62


2


6


2


3


7


19


2


13


27


30


29


35


2]


37



Total White.



33

58
29
31
70
17
14
11
36
53
28
46
40
14
16
3
54
52
44
2
15
46
29
7
35
9
5
77
24
7
22
2



45



37
13
42
50
43
14
46
13
25
24
7
12
12
32
41
10
15
12
54
39
34
61
14
10
28
21
48
37
45



78
67

. 38
68
83
59
64
57
50
99
41
71
64
21
28
15
86
93
64
17
27

100
68
41
96
23
15

105
45
55
59
47



Total Colored.



15



29

8

5

40

5

31

52

26

23

24

6

11

24

13

8

19
21
45



26
1

26

32

46

70.

13
3

26

17

42

43

45



108



Biennial Report of the



Table No V—



Counties.



Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson __.

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenior

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg.

Mitchell

Montgomery .

Moore

Nash

New Hanover
Northampton

Onslow

■ Orange



White.



First Grade.



70
53
35
25
14
53
29
30
64
35
29
39
27
12
64
15
76
13
36
45
30
63
22
36
126
50
46
27
33
16
13
19
29



Second Grade.



37



Third Grade.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



109



Continued .



Colored.



First Grade.



27



Second Grade.



24

30
33
14

28
18
26
45
12

7
21
10
34

4
29
17
29

6

5

1
22

6
43

1

19
34
27

2
25
12
13



Third Grade.



Total White.



46
15
34

6
16

6

3
53

4
37

32

6
12
63
10
62



30
18
56
30
96
66
67

50
31
22

101
24

111
22
47
60
64
85
48
58

136
60
85
73
69
21
20
37
35



Total Colored.



4
23
10
13

1
20
10
18

4

3

15
3

54
1

11
24
20
11
15
4



110



Biennial Report of the



Table No. V—



Counties.



Pamlico

Pasquotank _.

Pender

Perquimans .

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond __.

Robeson

Rockingham

Rowan

Rutherford ..

1 Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Warren

Wake

Washington .

Watauga

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Total __,



White.



First Grade.



6

12
26
19
18
39

6
17

6

25
61
17
25
20

4
12
12
18

4

5

3

32
24
42
56

9

2 I
46
17
23
12



Second Grade.



20



,716 1,971 3,

I



Third Grade.



902 I 883 1,785 I 21



34



Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ill



Continued.



Colored.


Total White.
















Total Colore


First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.








9

3


6

3
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fa


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3

a


9

3

3

fa


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9

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9

3
E

9

fa


3

c

Eh


9

3


9

3

a

9

fa


3
o


9

3


9

a
S

9
fa


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5


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112



Biennial, Report of the



Table No. VI.— Showing Number White Pupils of Different Ages from



Counties.



Alamance

Alexander —
Alleghany —

Anson

Ashe

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick. -
Buncornbe —

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland

Columbus

Craven

Cumberland.

Currituck

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe -
Forsyth



425


397


245


233


250


16-1


177


179


536


391


261


270


168


172


158


190


120


1.50


267


360


250


254


220


269


333


292


67


64


154


149


95


98


385


415


268


318


264


225


80


74


115


68


445


565


226


291


97


89


272


283


61


78


63


67


449


462


211


197


286


279


411


409


156


139


518


471



H



431
244
171
187
457
245
189
187
210
386
242
264
240

70
150
115
464
297

240



387
227
150
213
390
263
156
225
220
421
223
249
237
86
156
128
377
311
205



69


89


109


101


735


610


304


278


115


76


322


321


83


103


76


87


442


421


194


212


302


251


475


387


135


161


513


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373
253
150
195
422
284
188
212
211
580
312
269
231
67
188
125
452
326
253
72
102
492
300
92
331
100
90
462
221
239
370
175
493



315
199
154
182
386
240
165
242
210
589
228
226
240
62
117
157
389
312
226
71
97
625
280
101
270
75
88
475
191
268
304
136
459



303

199

188

184

405

236

180

219

240

621

247

224

211

72

170

128

395

311

216

70

88

640

293

90

315

100

76

396

226

290

289

144

435



265
176
148
164
371
248
173
234
200
607
214
222
270
39
158
110
305
296
225
63
84
525
233
153
264
70
81
382
151
259
222
103
419



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



113



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306


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306


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132


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209


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440


578


473


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122


127


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189


186


196


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102


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454


336


465


150


187


172


121


90


65


30


1, 122


609


513


122


136


130


68


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32


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459


301


120


160


54


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106


101


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248


223


405


158


98


73


51


52


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1,174


681


442


153


341


135


39


240


199


137


82


48


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2,489


1,343


646


492


373


202


197


227


206


207


115


100


91


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1,340


882


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462


243


77


183


150
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112
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206


170


5


107


26


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450


240


160


80


63


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1,275


2,805


420


1,275


1,275


1, 275


240


205


169


143


88


60


1,783


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161


3.54


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52


66


62


58


29


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9


829


265


320


137


151


142


201


239


189


160


126


69


64


2,535


1,530


1,892


505


766


424


120


58


33


18


7


11


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422


253


83


204


84


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82


70


63


50


60


750


1,250


950


350


200


75


10


299


258


231


161


120


110


2,796


1,404


907


400


380


280


10


150


118


108


71


41


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1,133


689


433


103


328


86


22


199


192


177


144


99


45


2,708


1,192


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339


491


444


115


219


155


124


47


27


34


2,728


1,909


1,566


382


554


830


346


78


63


46


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13


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965


721


643


160


419


125


49


351


291
8


238


215


106


78


2,408


1,102


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1,215


1,328


1,110


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114



Biennial Report of the



Table No. VI—



Counties.



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

New Hanover
Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico



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144
450

96
116
155
124
342
110
163
213
310

83
125
495
270
539

48
183
261
272
452
105
245
377

208
105
290
197
133
197
138
90



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420
113
109
157
133
353
146
202
215
276

96
137
462
285
625

52
207
261
246
397
215
253
412

200
210
282
184
173
167
120



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470
127
122
119
152
347
158
199
298
300
109
130
478
234
623
126
216
266
262
388
318
195
431

190
225
268
234
182
208
143
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370
139
119
172
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340
173
201
581
294
119
132
452
226
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140
188
260
252
335
288
275
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298
256
206
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376
170
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567
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368
280
289
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161
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Superintendent of Public Instruction.



115



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