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SUPPLEMENTARY LIST.

Dana — Plants and Their Children 57

Thompson — Wild Animals I Have Known 1.20

Guerber — Story of the Greeks 53



204 Biennial Report of the

Lowest

LIST OF BOOKS— Continued. Pri<-e

Offered.

Eggleston — American War Ballads $0.94

Foster— Story of the Bible 67

Smyth— How We Got Our Bible 32

Spurgeon — John Ploughman's Talks 18

Drummond— Greatest Thing in the World 18

Milton — L' Allegro, etc 25

Kipling— Barrack Room Ballads 25

Allen — Colin Clout's Calendar 6 <

John Halifax 2&

Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush 24

King of the Golden River 15

Young Marooners 58

Sesame . and Lilies '. 18

Rab and His Friends 18

Black Beauty 20

Beautiful Joe 20

Little AVomen 90

Little Men 90

Old Fashioned Girl 90

The Wide Wide World 36

Queechy 36

The Lamplighter 25

In the Golden Days 25

Donovan 25

We Two 25

English Orphans 20

Bow of Orange Ribbon 24

Captain January • • 30

Arabian Knights 30

Erling the Bold 20

Curry — Civil History Confederate States 79

Curry — Southern States of American Union 6<

Poe — Poems (Astor Edition) 30

Tales from Gesta Romanorum 32

Prince of the House of David 18

Little Lord Fauntleroy ' 5

Two Little Confederates 90

Story of a Piece of Coal 26

Locust and Wild Honey ' y

Gods and Heroes 35

Stories of Old English Poetry "'4

Classic Stories for Little Ones 31



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.



205



Lowest
LIST OF BOOKS— Continued. Price

Offered.

Story of Ulysses ' $0.35

Water Babies 30

Don Quixote : 25

Days of Bruce 36

Four American Pioneers 44

Brooks — Century Book for Young Americans 90



NUMBER OF RURAL LIBRARIES.



Alamance 6

Alexander.

Alleghany 6

Anson 6

Ashe 1

Beaufort 6

Bertie 6

Bladen 1

Brunswick 3

Buncombe

Burke 1

Cabarrus 6

Caldwell 5

Camden

Carteret

Caswell 1

Catawba . . 5

Chatham 6

Cherokee . . 4

Chowan 6

Clay

Cleveland 6

Columbus 2

Craven 6

Cumberland 6

Currituck 1

Dare

Davidson 2

Davie 3

Duplin .. 6

Durham 6

Edgecombe . 6

Forsyth 6



Franklin 4

Gaston 2

Gates 3

Graham

Granville 5

Greene 6

Guilford ... 6

Halifax 1

Harnett 5

Haywood

Henderson 6

Hertford 1

Hyde 5

Iredell 6

Jackson

Johnston 5

Jones

Lenoir 6

Lincoln 6

Macon 2

Madison 6

Martin

McDowell.

Mecklenburg 5

Mitchell... 1

Montgomery 5

Moore ... 6

Nash 6

New Hanover 6

Northampton 6

Onslow 6

Orange 6

Pamlico 2



Pasquotank 6

Pender

Perquimans 4

Person 6

Pitt 6

Polk 1

Randolph 6

Richmond 2

Robeson 6

Rockingham 6

Rowan 4

Rutherford 6

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly 6

Stokes 6

Surry 2

Swain

Transylvania 3

Tyrrell..

Union 8

Vance 3

Wake 6

Warren 6

Washington 6

Watauga 2

Wayne 6

Wilkes 4

Wilson 6

Yadkin

Yancey

Total 355






PART II.

STATISTICS, ETC., FOR 1901-1902.



208 Biennial Report of the



Reports of City and Town Graded Schools, School
Year Ending June 30, 1902.



The State Superintendents' reports in the past have not
included, except in a limited way, any statistics from the
various Graded Schools of the State. In May, 1902, blanks
were prepared and sent to Superintendents of Graded Schools
requesting them to make reports by July. Most of them have
complied with this request. As reports have not been re-
quired heretofore, the Superintendents of these schools proba-
bly had some difficulty in procuring the necessary informa-
tion ; hence, some of the reports are incomplete this year. It
is hoped to have accurate reports from all these schools here-
after, so that the exact amount of money raised by local taxa-
tion will be known and the total amount spent for public edu-
cation in Xorth Carolina will be shown.

These reports show that 22,338 white children and 10,159
colored children, not reported by the County Superintend-
ents, were enrolled in these Graded Schools.

The average attendance of white children in these schools
was 15,159, and of colored children 5,293. These reports
also show that $161,363.62, not included in the receipts of
County Treasurers, was raised by local taxation for the main-
tenance of these Graded Schools. It is proper to state that
the schools of Wilmington and Fayetteville are supported en-
tirely by the County ScKool Funds, no special tax being levied
for these schools.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 209



REPORTS OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF GRADED SCHOOLS.

ASHEBORO, RANDOLPH COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent or Principal, N C. Newbold.

Name of Chairman of the Board, A. C. McAlister.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $495.

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 2.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work, 25.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision, 2 ] -_>.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $361,116.00.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 3.

Is singing by note taught? No.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? Fourth to ninth,
inclusive.

Is physics taught? Not now.

Is manual training taught? No. Is domestic science taught ? No.

Are teachers examined before election? No.

Population of town or city (1900), about 1,000.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one): White, boys 110; girls 125 — 235. Colored, boys ['>:
girls 50—95. Total, 330.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 85; girls 100. Total, 185.

Per cent of school population attending school: White, boys 36:
girls 42. Total, 78. j

Average attendance in public school, about 130.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White,
women 4. Colored, men, 1; women 1. Total, 6.

* Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superin-
tendent) : White, women $25. Colored, men $25; women $20.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White, about 40.

Number of grades in school: White 9.

Total number of weeks of school session: White 36; colored 36.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year: White 30.

Number school buildings in use: White 1; colored 1.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district) : White $2,500;
colored $500. Total, $3,000.

Value of school furniture: White $100; colored $25. Total, $125.

Number of volumes in library: White 207.

Value of books in library: White $95.



* In most cases the reports are for salaries per month.

14



210 Biennial Report of the

Financial Report,
receipts.

Balance from year 1900-1901: White $307.22; colored $153.61.
Total, $461.83.

Apportionment from County School Fund: White $356.00; colored
$115.00. Total, $471.00.

From special poll tax: White $67.50; colored $33.75. Total, $101.25.

From special property tax: White $600.00; colored $295.75. Total,

$895.75.
What is the levy for special tax? Property, 2% mills; poll, 75

cents.

From fees (including tuition, if any), $67.17.

From other sources, stating source: State appropriation, white
$218.00; colored $65.00. Total $2,280.00.

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries: White $1,275.00; colored $405.00. Total,
$1,680.00.

Fuel: White $30.00; colored $15.00. Total, $45.00.

Incidentals: White $102.80; colored $22.07. Total, $124.87.

Balance on hand July 1, 1902, as reported, $183.69.

Indebtedness from previous years: White $29.55; colored $5.00.
Total, $1,849.87.



ASHEVILLE, BUNCOMBE COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent or Principal, R. J. Tighe.

Name of Chairman of the Board, W. F. Randolph.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $1,400.

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 2.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work, none.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision, 25.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $5,046,975.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 3.

Is singing by note taught? Yes. Through what grades? All (10).
What year first introduced? 1890.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? First seven.
What year first introduced? 1890.

Is physics taught? Yes. Through what grades? Eighth and
ninth. What year first introduced? 1889.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 211

Is manual training taught? Yes. Is domestic science taught?
No. What year first introduced? 1900.

Are teachers examined before election? Yes. By whom? Super-
intendent.

Population of town or city (1900): White 9,970 ; colored 4,724.
Total, 14,694.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one): White, boys 1,243; girls 1,361—2,604. Colored, boys
583; girls 715—1,298. Total, 3,902.

Total enrollment in schools (public): White, boys 799; girls 858
—1,657. Colored, boys 273; girls 290—563. Total 2,220.

Per cent of school population attending school (public) : White,
boys 64.3; girls 63.-63.6. Colored, boys 46.6; girls 40.6—43.4. Total,
56.9.

Average attendance in public school (daily) : White, boys 540;
girls 564—1,104. Colored, boys 144; girls 182—326. Total, 1,430.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) regular:
White, men 2; women 29. Colored, men 1; women 9. Total, 38.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superin-
tendent,) : White, men $675; women $420. Colored, men $550;
women $316.

Average number of pupils to teacher (enrolled') : White, boys
27.5; girls 29.5—57. Colored, boys 28; girls 29—57.

Number of grades in school: White 10; colored 8.

Total number of weeks of school session: White 36; colored 36.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year (building
meetings included): White 110; colored 73. Total, 183.

Number school buildings in use: White 4; colored 2. Total, 6.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district) estimated:
White $57,000; colored $14,000. Total, $71,000.

Value of school furniture (estimated): White $4,100; colored
$950. Total, $5,050.

Value of school apparatus (estimated): White $700; colored
$100. Total, $800.

Number volumes in library (including supplementary readers) :
White 5.806; colored 1,006. Total, 6,812.

Value of books in library (estimated): White $3,000: colored
$500. Total, $3,500.

What is the amount of debt on school property, bonds or other-
wise? $24,500.



212 . Biennial Report of the

Financial Report.



Cash from year 1900-1901: $861.91.

Apportionment from County School Fund: $6,325.49.

From special poll tax (bills payable): $2,970.00.

From special property tax (bills payable): $15,896.91.

What is the levy for special tax? Property. $15,140.93; poll,
$1,848.60. Total $16,989.53.

From fees (including tuition, if any): $380.33.

From other sources, stating source, gifts, entertainments, etc.:
$511.58.

Total, $26,946.22.

EXPENDITl FEES.

Superintendent's salary, 13 months: $1,516.58.

Teachers' salaries: White $12,581.45; colored $3,247.94. Total,
$15,829.39.

Repairs on school-houses: White $403.66; colored $207.56. Total,
$611.22.

School furniture: White $84.96; colored $22.95. Total, $107.91.

School apparatus: White $37.55; colored $8.90. Total, $46.45.

School library and text-books: White $147.00; colored $58.02.
Total, $205.12.

Bills payable, $4,700.00.

Janitor's wages: White $676.84; colored $224.00. Total. $900.84.

Fuel: White $569.65; colored $244.90. Total, $814.55.

Incidentals, supplies, printing, Treasurer's fees, census, freight,
etc., $1,469.81.

Interest paid on bonds or other indebtedness, $197.37.

Balance on hand July 31. 1902, in cash funds, $118.52; cash in
bank, $428.62. Total, $546.98.

Deficit for year ending July, 1902, note outstanding, $2,000.00.

Indebtedness from previous years, paid October, 1901, $3,200.00.



BURLINGTON, ALAMANCE COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent, Frank H. Curtis.

Name of Chairman of the Board, J. W. Cates.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $1,200.

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 1.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work. 10.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision. 24.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 213

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, about $1,250,000.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years?
3 now, will be 4.

Is singing by note taught? Yes. Through what grades? All.
What year first introduced? 1901.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? All. What
year first introduced? 1901.
Is physics taught? No.
Is manual training taught? No. Is domestic science taught? No.

Are teachers examined before election? Yes. By whom? The
Superintendent.

Population of town or city (1900), 3.692.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one): White, boys 515; girls 616—1,131. Colored, boys 70;
girls 83—153. Total, 1.284.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 320; girls 380 — 700.
Colored, boys 44; girls 52—96. Total, 796.

Per cent of school population attending school: White, boys 62;
girls 64 — average 63. Colored, boys 63; girls 62 — average 62.

Average attendance in public school: W T hite, boys 288; girls 342.
Total. 630.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent): White,
women 10. Colored, men 1. Total. 11.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent I : White, women $33.88. Colored, men $25.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White, boys 32; girls 38.
Total, 70.

Number of grades in school, 10, but will be increased to 12.

Total number of weeks of school session, 36.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year, 36.

Number school buildings in use: White 3; colored 1. Total. 4.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district): White
$6,000; colored $1,000. Total, $7,000.

Value of school furniture: White, $1,000; colored $250. Total,
$1,250.

What is the amount of debt on school property, bonds or other-
wise? About $1,800 or $2,000.

Financial Report,
receipts.
Balance from year 1900-1901: Colored $85.55.

Apportionment from County School Fund: White $1,854.84: col-
ored $252.56. Total. $2,107.40.



214: Biennial Report of the

From special poll tax and special property tax: Received to date,
$3,800.00.

What is the levy for special tax: Property 30 cents; poll 90 cents.

From fees (including tuition, if any), $210.20.

From other. sources, stating source: Sale of lots, Peabody Funds,
bills payable, $1,876.50.

Total, $8,079.65.

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries, $4,025.00.

Repairs on school-houses, $107.23.

School furniture, $75.05.

Building school-houses, $2,277.74.

Fuel, $549.21.

Incidentals, $900.00.

Paid on indebtedness, $53.77.

Balance on hand June 1, 1902, $91.65.

Indebtedness from previous years, $3,575.21.

Total, $7,988.00.

Indebtedness from previous years, $3,575.21.



CHARLOTTE, MECKLENBURG COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent or Principal, Alexander Graham.

Name of Chairman of the Board, P. M. Brown.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $1,800 and home free of rent.

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 15.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work. none.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision, from
9 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $97,618.00.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 4.

Is singing by note taught? Yes. Through what grades? Ten.
What year first introduced? 1892.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? Ten. What
year first introduced? 1895.

Is physics taught? Yes. Through what grades? Ninth and tenth.
What year first introduced? 1891.

Is manual training taught? Yes. Is domestic science taught? No.

Are teachers examined before election? Yes. By whom? Super-
intendent and Commissioners.

Population of town or city (1900): White 11,746; colored 8,156.
Total, 19,902.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 215

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one): White, boys 1,689; girls 1,712—3,401. Colored, boys
1,005; girls 1,219—2,224. Total, 5,625.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 939; girls 1,039—1,978.
Colored, boys 489; girls 589—1,078. Total, 3,056.

Per cent of school population attending school: White, boys 55.6;
girls 60.6 — average 58.1. Colored, boys 48.6; girls 48.4 — average 48.5.

Average attendance in public school: White, boys 756; girls 856 —
1,612. Colored, boys 317; girls 418—735. Total. 2,147.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White, men
4; women 45. Colored, women 18. Total, 67.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : White, men $79.50; women $42.66. Colored, women $34.10.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White, boys 16; girls 18 —
34. Colored, boys 17; girls 23—40.

Number of grades in school, 10.

Total number of weeks of school session, 36.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year, 36.

Number school buildings in use, 4.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district), $80,000.

Value of school furniture, $9,070.00.

Value of school apparatus, $500.00.

Number volumes in library. 3,118.

Value of books in library, $5,000.00.

Financial Report.



Balance from year 1900-1901, $157.35.

Apportionment from County School Fund, $11,250.00.

From special poll tax, $1,228.80.

From special property tax, $14,777.32.

What is the levy for special tax? Property 2 mills; poll 60 cents.

From fees (including tuition, if any) : Outside tuition alone,
$847.00.

From other sources, stating source: Rent of lot in Ward 4, $198.80;
loans from bank, $19,850.00. Total, $48,309.27.

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries: White $20,806.00; colored $5,419.00. Total, $26,-
225.00.

Superintendent, $1,791.66.
School furniture, $745.25.
Treasurer, $200.00.
School library, $574.62.



216 Biennial Eeport or the

Loans, $12,000.00.

Fuel, $1,054.05.

Incidentals, or expense account. $2,788.32.

Interest paid on bonds or other indebtedness, $778.52.

Janitors, $1,988.42.

Balance on hand July 1, 1902, $163.43.

Total, $48,309. 27.

Indebtedness from previous years, none.



CONCORD, CABARRUS COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent or Principal. C. S. Coler (now Walter
Thompson).

Name of Chairman of the Board, D. B. Coltrane.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $1,000 (now $1,200).

Number years Superintendent has held present position. 3.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $1,670,419.00.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 3.

Is physics taught? Yes. Through what grades? First year.

Are teachers examined before election? No.

Population of town or city (1900), 7,250.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one), 3,000.

Total enrollment in schools, 1,000.

Per cent of school population attending school, 33 1-3.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White,
women 14. Colored, women 4. Total, 18.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : White, women $37.50. Colored, men $40; women $25.

Average number of pupils to teacher, 50.

Number of grades in school: White 9; colored 6.

Total number of weeks of school session: White 32; colored 32.

Number school buildings in use: White 5; colored 1. Total, 6.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district): White
$5,000; colored $2^500. Total, $7,500.

Value of school furniture: White $750; colored $250. Total, $1,000.

Financial Report,
receipts.

Apportionment from County School Fund, $4,234.50.

From special poll tax and special property tax, $7,704.96.

What is the levy for special tax? Property 30 cents; poll 90 cents.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 217

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries, $7,200.

Repairs on school-houses, $25.00.

Fuel. $250.

Balance on hand July 1. 1902, $1,540.94.

Indebtedness from previous years, $1,990.



DURHAM, DURHAM COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent, J. A. Matheson.

Name of Chairman of the Board, Gen. J. S. Carr.

Salary of Superintendent per year, $2,000.

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 3.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work,
about 5.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to supervision,
entire time.

Total assessed value of property, real and personal, of Graded
School District, $7,998,118.00.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 4.

Is singing by note taught? No.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? Tenth. What
year first introduced? First.

Is physics taught? Yes. Through what grades? Eighth and
ninth. What year first introduced? Eighth.

Is manual training taught? Yes. Is domestic science taught?
Yes. What year first introduced? 1895 and 1900.

Are teachers examined before election? Yes. By whom? Super-
intendent.

Population of town or city (1900): White 8,000; colored 5,000.
Total. 13,000.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one), 1901 census: White 2,363; colored 1,763. Total, 4,126.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 718; girls 767 — 1,485.
Colored, boys 406; girls 523—929. Total, 2,413.

Per cent of school population attending school: White 60; col-
ored 47.

Average attendance in public school: White 1,153; colored 565.
Total, 1,718.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White, men
6; women 28. Colored, men 2; women 13.



218 Biennial Report of the

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : White, men $750; women $385. Colored, men $500; women
$260.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White 40; colored 50.

Number of grades in school, 10.

Total number of weeks of school session, 40; actual number
taught, 38.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year: One per
week at each building, and one general per month.

Number school buildings in use, 6.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district), $95,000.

Value of school furniture, $5,000.

Value of school apparatus, $2,000.

Number volumes in library, 2,000.

Value of books in library, $1,200.
. What is the amount of debt on school property, bonds or other-
wise? $90,000 bonds.

Financial Report.



Apportionment from County School Fund, $3.00 per capita, $12,000.
What is the levy for special tax? Property 20 cents per $100,
$15,996.75; poll 60^ cents, $1,122.00.

From fees (including tuition, if any), $350.
Total, $29,468.75.

EXPENDITURES.

Teachers' salaries: Whfte $18,000; colored $4,500. Total, $22,500.
Repairs on school-houses, $200.

School furniture: White $2,500; colored $500. Total, $3,000.
School apparatus: White $150; colored $50. Total, $200.
School library: White $150; colored $100. Total, $250.
Building school-houses: White $28,000; colored $8,000. Total,
$36,000.

Fuel: White $350; colored $150. Total, $500.
Incidentals: White $150; colored $50. Total, $200.
Interest paid on bonds or other indebtedness, ($11,127.11.



FAYETTEVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent, J. A. Jones.

Name of Chairman of the Board, J. M. Lamb.

Salary of Superintendent per year,



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 219

Number years Superintendent has held present position, 2.

Number hours per week Superintendent gives to class work, 5.

Number hours per week Superintendent ^ives to supervision, 25.

Is Latin taught in your school? Yes. Through how many years? 4.

Is drawing taught? Yes. Through what grades? First four.

Are teachers examined before election? Yes. By whom? County
Superintendent.

Population of town or city (1900), about 7,000.

School population of town (all children in town between six and
twenty-one) : White 1,000; colored 1,060. Total, 2,060.

Total enrollment in schools: White, boys 242; girls 240 — 482.

Average attendance in public school: White 391.

Number of teachers (not including Superintendent) : White, men
1; women 11.

Average salary paid teachers for year (not including Superintend-
ent) : White, men $400; women $240.

Average number of pupils to teacher: White 40.

Number of grades in school, 10.

Total number of weeks of school session, 32.

Number of teachers' meetings held during the year, 15 or 20.

Number school buildings in use, 2.

Value of buildings and grounds (owned by district), $10,000 or
$12,000.

Value of school furniture, $400.

Number volumes in library, 200.



GOLDSBORO TOWNSHIP. WAYNE COUNTY.

Name of Superintendent, Thos. R. Foust.

Name of Chairman of the Board, E. B. Borden.



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