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128


26


73


176


8


106


97


90


38


20


21


1,375


901


500


171


377


267


100


91


89


59


35


19


10


1,086


553


373


145


203


135


15


232


234


145


127


70


38


2,821


1,581


1,049


3.54


625


366


59


113


92


56


46


19


12


1,386


683


521


207


239


272


32


160


155


102


100


82


66


1,514


736


610


244


379


206


96


207


216


159


149


127


74


3,015


2,229


2,119


409


363


219


15


209


190


131


103


64


36


1,061


1,172


747


131


455


263


1.55


119


75


6S


41


33


15


1,000


613


435


112


289


123


13


140


132


160


150


140


99


1,333


1,314


1,820


740


427


119


108


315


268


229


152


108


82


3,183


1,740


1,311


570


612


459


489


191


134


119


84


60


43


1, 134


622


250


43


273


191


30


379


283


260


198


111


104


3,981


1,884


1,837


472


1, 136


413


92


49


46


34


36


30


22


916


620


574


136


348


511


126


196


148


116


86


61


33


1,899


1,030


651


257


371


254


53


177


127


113


101


56


39


1,840


842


501


348


305


201


42


185


163


132


89


70


59


1,450


802


430


95


365


173


70


273


221


176


131


76


63


1,620


737


506


90


277


256


33


146


132


108


104


72


51


2,318


1,833


1,514


800


740


950


743


189


150


120


89


67


44


1,359


695


440


98


174


105


13


264


245


182


131


69


42


4,928


2,135


1,609


445


1,060


373


233


171


100


65


40


41


18


1,420


607


384


137


108


132


44


240


160


102


142


103


164


2,908


2,232


1,492


1,264


1,128


982


305


217


143


113


105


59


36


322


906


• 583


322


543


310


68


94


61


37


24


7


1


2,084


1,558


1,684


1,413


719


1,439


99


177


166


125


80


49


47


1,437


855


568


345


456


167


142


137


121


112


79


60


47


1,431


837


641


384


154


1,301


167


116


107


76


65


44


36


1,118


708


497


280


308


115




73


• 60


48


24


24


11


874


441


323


91


218


165


271



116



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82
112
101
152
256
132
500
226
334
417
580
367
281
84
196
303
467
192
93
54
574
110
360
86
90
337
542
523
374
291
214


88
108
78
162
306

98
466
258
371
419
498
337
317

57
188
307
373
151

84

62
465
135
393
107
107
330
437
408
316
289
189


125
120
107
205
266
113
498
341
381
455
568
405
292
117
251
298
443
176
97
56
561
142
415
104
94
300
438
•470
341
292
200


131
135
100
166
340
92
431
324
371
413
499
342
303
59
219
311
365
153
85
61
539
119
403
97
90
305
429
414
320
290
194


157
106
118
153
306
130
460
405
411
421
536
370
349
98
267
304

«

195
77
62
494
153
429
106
100
295
419
510
322
265
198


118
120
104
182
278
87
404
325
320
381
439
292
303
48
217
280
307
156
96
75
496
116
447
96
88
262
452
434,
226
249
214


124
109
116
156
308
113
389
343
392
360
452
365
340

77
225
281
285
183

85

57
479
123
427
107

89
290
467
476
224
294
181


102
115
106
131
256
83
363
157
346
325
384
280
311
60
193
278
370
159
70
56
476
120
411
80
86
266
405
438
269
222
190


113




83




89




133


put -


246


Polk -.


89




407




154




324


Rockingham


306
358




27C




28C




45




m




265




305




14E


Transylvania

Tyrrell - -


81
5f


Union- - -


47^
91


Wake . ...


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245




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Wilkes -


395




24'




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Yancey


22(


Total _ — —


23, 499


23,348


25, 163


24,430


1 25,688


23, 621


23,702


21,443


20,7a




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Superintendent of Public Instruction.



117



Continued.



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67


58


31


15


14


10


1,066


604


382


157


209


44


67


91


72


65


48


36


27


987


565


386


183


237


200


22


81


70


53


43


21


15


955


570


322


164


183


136


28


123


118


99


56


42


31


1,254


668


518


285


299


120


58


224


186


138


117


82


56


2,102


1,201


903


510


460


316


301


57


66


38


31


20


32


741


381


254


46


83


193


46


297


290


213


156


112


76


2,915


1,617


997


240


809


366


102


105


119


98


60


75
98


49








100


264


50




246


250


204


144


61


2,711


1,386


1,091


281


844


257


81


253


245


179


111


65


40


2,955


1,579


1,005


249


986


871


406


299


279


204


170


62


40


3,441


2,186


1,003


502


758


319


130


225


215


170


134


70


85


2,106


1,355


962


262


519


414


312


263


218


176


140


111


62


2,657


1,260


1,036


470


630


417


91


44


33


25


11


10


6


565


337


239


44


96


34




160


130


120


112


60


61


1,630


775


440


209


134


135


8


221


199


140


107


63


52


1,663


1,008


445


338


268


219


37


305


200


200


180


85


96


1,691


375


970


412


400


75




106


124


81


52


31


31


757


360


225


41


161


259


41


59


63


42


34


23


16


625


244


133


45


84


42


8


43


41


as


28


14


13


542


211


141


232


84


14




435


250


337


160


186


139


2,643


1,518


1,096


374


608


254


140


78


81


49


26


14


5


889


633


396


65


364


161


79


419


211


188


147


96


94


4,190


1,844


1,397


676


879


1,138


441


75


67


34


25


7


5


79


224


183


43


858


518


369


55


56


38


22


15


12


672


500


350


150


160


140


100


215


149


135


120


85


96


1, 613


790


580


190


208


163


42


236


233


176


128


84


57


3,506


1,824


1,149


315


1,150


1,654


241


356


276


242


197


109


95


1,961


1,000


676


241


267


251


48


220


156


133


110


71


52


2,251


1,116


943


578


789


921


87


178


196


121


116


45


38


1,275


726


557


201


180


115


33


180


198


120


84


54


40


1,240


460


740


140


401


301


109


17,252


14.731


11,616 18,9613

i


5,849


4,357


164,022


84,537


68,330


27,412


39,051


33,378


10,599



118



Biennial Report of the



Table No. VII. — Showing Number of Colored Pupils of

Branches, Year



Counties.


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Alamance


123


108


127


150


114


121


122


113


109


Alexander. .


18


19


14


10


8


19


20


22


17


Alleghany.. .


33


18


16


12


14


7


6


15


8


Anson.


188


223


232


221


263


217


204


207


199




6

142

207

153

61


12

187

243

189

80


8
256
266
198

76


5

187
262
206
190


12

216
300
245
110


8
211

271

*

254
100


10
225
310

238
80


9

201
275
252
180


5




162




274




230


Brunswick


178


Buncombe


43


42


46


58


97


121


142


149


155


Burke


38
63
58
28
45

140
80

133


48
77
40
40
46

133
69

160


49
80
45
36
24

158
84

202


46
81
42
51
27

153
76

168


54
97
40
42
36

165
64

215


46
71
32
39
25

151
69

159


45
93
38
51
36

176
81

203


45
70
39
40
13

154
81

193


37


Cabarrus.


72


Caldwell.


34




46


Carteret


25


Caswell _ _


151


Catawba


62


Chatham . _


157




13

109
1


14
110

1


14

92

4


9

99
5


9

129

1


10

94

1


12

140

4


9

120

3


8




92


Clay


1


Cleveland


34


92


92


92


194


69


171


69


79


Columbus ._


106


126


142


146


159


119


126


122


113


Craven _


182
219


197

258


188
237


248
254


261
244


237
230


292
214


331
207


215


Cumberland


204


Currituck _


28.


37


42


33


32


36


39


45


37




14

80


12

83


13
79


15

85


10

79


16

71


12
74


9
66


5


Davidson


55




68
171
238
158


72
196
222
167


75
219
245
209


72
209
218
158


78
221
204
240


66
186
165
224


75
239
162
220


67
209
134

178


66




202




108


Edgecombe


156



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



119



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66


45


34


19


746


388


223


72


89


165


36


16


18


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10


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126


63


48


29


17


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1,535


11
643


8
486


144


4
275


2
258




174


186


140


114


96


47


139


7


4
155


9
99


5
94


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536


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520


930


450


265


208


208


157


88


65


1,635


925


572


362


254


690


32


218


190


174


142


114


65


1,588


670


492


125


61


507


16


80


100


60


48


189


97


836


366


430


140


114


400


50


106


92
31


78
15


68
21


51
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28
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29


248


174


133


34


90


116




58


53


51


29


29


14


684


636


121


128


205


80


126


49


27


16


20


11


15


320


102


63


22


38


30


36


38


37


18


10


3


1


276


119


72


26


18


25




13


14


17


5


8


2


142


80


51


29


23


83


68


115


100


73


60


17


18


901


565


212


58


141


138




55


39


33


24


18


11


560


335


233


17


129


223


91


157


153


113


79


71


40


1,361


639


416


241


86


407


129


9


16
74


10
50


10
37


6
19


3
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44
131


56

582




90


1,098


547


322


136


100


2


2


1




3




7


5


3




3


2




79


56


79


33


56


23


965


598


575


23


460


506


99


102


91


86


66


42


50


945


523


401


254


205


445


178


171


168


124


142


16


9


1,702


1,118


987


221


829


834


332


153


164


119


95


65


43


1,391


806


512


220


167


495


166


27


26


16


17


6


1


220


115


116


39


57


93


35


11


12


5


4


5


5


175


98


70


10


5


10




50


50


40


30


28


10


463


209


170


38


61


171


7


68


64


37


29


15


13


374


303


186


36


94


75


5


251


174


136


131


92


45


1,468


647


234


185


145


302


128


74


61


62


52


25


12


1,105


647


468


161


225


284


131


117


70


43


40


24


8


1,427


816


742


221


601


261


187



120



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Table No VII-



Counties.


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160
150
148
73


139
147
150
101


112
187
155
110


115
173
135

121


100
216
175
152


76
193
130
126


120
216
156
145


101
193
125
123


88


Franklin-


167




156


Gates.. _ _


136






Granville . . .
Greene


182
113
138
247

88

14

40
159

70
147

10
149

24
133

65

7

7

165

37
351


198
90

125

279
56
16
36

183
80

140
15

172
43

138

57

11

5

285
34

323


213
89

123

321
66
21
48

184
69

146
11

146
90

175

55

10

6

311
45

386


203

101

103

352

80

29

40

194

82

129

9

155

130

168

56

6

7

287

43

369


218

117

138

317

74

28

34

204

91

148

14

175

122

164

62

20

4

200

38

402


189

105

107

279

65

16

38

178

87

131

13

147

110

136

48

19

3

172

36

366


203
99

123

388
79
14
50

238
90

164
8

154
91

187
64
13
2

140
41

348


170
126

88
361

65

12

22
227

82
124

10
176

78
170

56

18

2

127

33
319


170

104


Guilford


111


Halifax


369


Harnett.. ... _


79


Haywood _

Henderson..
Hertford


9

35
199


Hyde.


99


Iredell


123


Jackson .... .

Johnston .

Jones.


13
152

86


Lenoir


122


Lincoln .


52


Macon


20


Madison . .


2


Martin _ _


107


McDowell..

Mecklenburg


36

286


Montgomery


51
100
166
146
172
80
62


50
190
192
164
194
68
47


69
210
211
168
233
80
42


60
215
198
160
203
64
67


75
208
235
218
255
82
49


54
198
195
167
233
64
59


63
175
253
178
264
74
57


78
150
184
147
235
79
56


60
160


Nash


175


New Hanover ...
Northampton


151
255
71


Orange .


94



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



121



Continued.



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20


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480


402


294


321


349


212


28


162


148


127


88


47


24


1,422


583


615


196


164


380


94


112


87


74


52


30


14


807


417


250


98


96


395


11


120


98


77

1


69


57


51


954


478


296


99


98


275


37


163


134


87


90


91


35


1,186


619


469


155


233


593


119


84


74


55


43


27


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661


372


289


135


109


301


95


92


85


62


43


25


14


887


504


385


116


143


216


7


253


241


102


128


66


23


1,176


7.54


2,167


270


369


324


84


64


47


35


50


26


25


554


291


163


93


57


129


8


9


7


8


6


3


2


87


49


31


16


13


7




30


27


10


8


1


2


176


84


61


28


5


32


10


165


152


129


81


47


26


1,194


707


551


165


347


339


92


101


99


101


81


61


32


438


374


200


107


82


23


7


121


77


77


77


33


21


1,033


498


357


200


257


365


191


14


7
134


8
126


2
96






74

968


56
453


12
343


18
185


13

226






144


63


56


397


169


72


51


42


34


16


12


766


720


423


96


240


511


126


121


134


87


80


39


31


832


432


289


122


149


343


20


53


46


39


25


12


13


401


202


130


54


88


86


5


10


15


6


6




3


97


82


37


15


24


14




1


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6


5


2




1


1
430




101


88


74


87


93


76


1,560


1, 175


790


425


306


149


32


11


20


8


2


2


196


115


88


42


31


58




264


199


164


78


47


22


2,663


1,037


683


205


597


312


14


48


40


43


41


27


20


344


213


166


50


36


104


12


130


125


20


15


10


4


1,462


1,090


694


615


462


374


101


161


131


89


70


46


32


112


732


395


205


386


295


43


110


91


49


22


7




1,601


1,363


1,290


1,098


343


1,112


30


199


204
42


131
55


131
44


80
16


53
13


1,540

242


868
175












52


150


56


18


209


3


49


58


34


21


10


12


402


238


132


69


42


127





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120

117

99

106

217

35

73

250

358

192

231

93

156

93

48

44

89

3

4

25

175

162

519

177

72

8

385

47

142

19

14


45

87

112

114

94

291

42

71

240

371

180

216

86

179

138

44

43

94

2

5

23
205
199
347
250

93

8

344

57
185

30

11


59

91

126

114

116

227

35

79

335

414

209

204

98

202

157

38

52

79

4

8

27

196

168

255

257

87

5

315

50

196

28

7


51

99
137
128
135
223
40
70
325

417

204
162

68
202
130

31

57

100

6

7

25
173
166
369
275

84

12
294

49
183

30
8


67

108

108

129

141

236

47

80

385

476

197

174

86

220

146

37

61

9S

3

15

26

213

200

383

304

91

7

353

56

191

23

10


47

105

124

122

95

219

29

55

315

337

165

162

88

163

107

40

47

83

2

16

33

181

167

365

271

72

6

265

47

148

26

12


49

97

107

129

131

236

48

77

325

444

179

178

82

229

139

89

51

89

4

8

35

215

178

357

285

90

6

273

57

204

30

8


48
102
119
131
112
206

54

57
135
369
180
145

95
213
136

30

52

73
4
8

28
166
169
326
318
120
8
238

43
150

23
9


50


Pasquotank ... .


85

87


Perquimans


129
106


Pitt._ - .


189


Polk


43


Randolph __ _.
Richmond


59
130
338


Rockingham


183
152


Rutherford ._


76

184




111




43




65




80


Swain _ .__

Transylvania

Tyrrell - .


5

7

31




149




152


Wake


296




254


Washington


84
4




203


Wilkes


47




124




19


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10


Total . .


10,560


11,363


11,609


11,802


12,963


11,098


12, 491


11,233


10,474




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Superintendent of Public Instruction.



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300


291


55


56


89


23


87


74


62


65


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330


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83


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287


270


293


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41


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120
164


183
264


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2,141


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410


37


148


130


100


59


31


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1,275


735


374


164


252


340


190


123


106


83


65


27


20


1,318


862


320


84


222


75


27


50


65


38


34


19


9


586


342


201


65


121


129


35


165


136


137


103


65


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L.680


716


480


290


344


819


297


127


57


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44


31


5


795


371


241


154


129


343


47


18


30


16


8


5


15


285


202


168


112


52


5




50


42


31


25


20


12


271


186


127


36


53


43


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75


90


63


63


65


70


500


305




80


98


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20


13


15


6


10


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222


83


54


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55


76




120


125


88


69


44


18


1,701


590


440


130


170


195


40


130


109


77


66


32


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1,132


565


395


103


143


247


60


296


258


197


154


91


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1,005


327


321


358


427


53


263


232


165


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1,879


1,022


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248


222


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101


59


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33


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500


300


200


60


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115


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34


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199


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92


105


40


41


1,890


967


513


290


411


967


95


41


37


24


14


16


19


258


190


129


87


86


144


82


111


96


81


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31


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1,088


631


555


308


311


677


177


17


18


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8


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104


61


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57


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9


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19


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8,999


7,910


5,968


4,849


2,111 j


1,984


73, 720


41,259


28, 908


12,516


13,911


23,203


5,953



124



Biennial Report of the



Table No. VIII. — Showing Amount



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Counties.






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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

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe..



111,631.38
4,202.26
2, 622. 62
4,224.00
6,568.03
7,262.84
6,393.00
4, 229. 70
3,242.55

20,704.92
5,523.12
8.028.17
5,581.13
2,257.70
3,570.00
3,173.49
9,127.30
7,795.25
5,352.20
2,626.00
1,848,61

10 147.84
7,387.02



11,999.93
2,304.10
1,428.00

10,545.00
5,016.99
7,646.62



$3,529.22

386.76

214.66

4,811.75

253.97

2,707.97

5,007.00

2,238.30

1, 409. 36

2.073.25

1, 164. 24

3,470.41

859.50

1,100.00

659. 40

2,092.08

1,528.80

3,336.40

221. 80

2, 178. 61

55.08

2,494.72

2, 570. 42



5,901.42
738.80
170. 00
1,768.50
1,424.90
3,000.20



8,723.31 7,122.09



147,341

109,732

713,491

1, 865, 677

1,551,456

2,838,359

2,312,975

1,654,733

1,111,097

10,233,740

1,410,206

3,413,430

1,737,224

544, 140

903,901

1, 292, 184

3,237,802

2,812,010

1,648,856

1,404,756

504, 105

4,037,127

2,112,955

2,733,292

4,015,112

677,770

410, 820

3,559,677

1,709,303

1,994,649

10,405,987

4,677,755



$89, 164

11,682

7,460

92,350

8,844

164,217

272,647

134,086

105,355

147,889



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