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7,050


2,407


16.00


16.00


36


4,740


2,555


20.00


18.00


32


13,390


6,560


21.00


20.00


36


4,935


5,350


19.90


19.30


20


4,118 !


1,786


19. .50


16.00






Superintendent of Public Instruction.



291



IV — Con tin ued.







•y of Teachers
[onth.


Number of School Houses.


Number


Per R


White.


Colored.


Houses
Built.


1


®

— ! o

829.00




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3


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u

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a

3


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CD

s


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o


$33. 00


$25.00


$23.00


52





50


......


38




38


1


l


44.00


44.00
25. is


30.00

25. 00


30.00

23. 43


17
36




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36


1


14
34


1


14
35






88. 00


1




27. 50


24.26


L8.75


18. 50


49


1


is




20


1


1!)


1


....


27.30


26.00


23. 51


21.00


50


15


Ml




24


18


6


9





25.50


21.64

32. 27


22.10

30. 00


20. (is
25. 50


23
22





23
21


1


13
19





13
19






34. .50


2


i


29.58


24.56


20.50


20.1'J


42


2


40


.


34


3


31


1




27.66


24.28

28.00


2d.25
20.00


23. 57
20.00


29
26


6


29

2





19
19


18


19
1






29.00


10


3


41.00


30.00


23.00


21.00


89




89




56




56


10


2


24.54


25. 75


24.33


23. 75


27


2


25





7




7


8


1


25.09


24. 73


2:;. 5,)


23.36


96


20


76


19


5


14


5


....


25. 50


23.50


23.00


21.00


20





20 |_.


26





26







28.00


27.011


30.70


28.90


SO




80




47


1


46


3


2


31.08


26.35


23. 55


22 0(!


70


17


53




37


17


20


5


1


29.00


. 26.53


25 r,r>


24.68


77


6


70


1


35


15


20


6




28. 20


26.08
21.95


23.21
16.85


22.21
13.09


65
79


10

7


■V)
72





22
45


17


15

28






24.(53


3




26.00


24. 01


19; si


18.49


17




17




17




17


2




27.50


27.50


25.00


25.00


(14


3


(30


1


7




7


3


1


27.40


23.75


18.00


16.00


50


14


36




18


18


7


2




24. 12


22. 75
24.63
24.50
20.00
24.50


22. 75

26. 00
24.50


20.00
25.00
24. 00
22.00

21.75


84
20
33
27

78


28
10
5

3


55

18
21
27
75


1
1








8




25. 75


1

3

9

31


2


1
3
9

29




26.50






25.30






27.00


4


1


35.00


2S.50


20.00


17.50


24


1


23





25


2


23





2


30.61


28.17


23.33


21. 18


87




87




64


1


63


4


1


32.50


23.46


22.55


20.13


37


2


35




42




42


4


1


29.10


28.60


28.50


25. 00


29





29





20





20









292



Biennial Report of the



Table No.





Number of

School

Districts.


Number

of Schools

Taught.


Value of

Public School

Property.


Average

Length of Term

in Weeks.


Counties.


6

3


73
U

o
o
o


a5

3


•6
g

3
o
o


3


•6

£




o


3


Colored.
City.




74

70
120
48
61
46


5
40
17
28
9
4


63
70
108
47
60
47


4
40
21
23
9
3


$5,369
13,030
8,180
14,135
4,112
4,000


8195
5,135

720

5,854

245

200


13.25
18.29
15.00
15.20
15.00
16.00


9.00
18.01
12.00
13.70
12.25
16.00






36


Wilkes ..






S6


Yadkin


32










Total- ._ . .


5,653


2,441


5,491


2,376


1,163,661


303, 109


16.48


15.23


33



* Not given.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



293



IV—


Con tin


ued.






























Number of School Houses.




Numher




ge Salary of Teachers
Per Month.














White.


Colored.


Houses
Built.




6




-t.2


CD


















5

2


0j 03
^9


2^3


O) CO


a

3
15


si


s

03


o


a


bi


s

03


2


2


' £


^




°fa


o


fa


«


&


o


fa


£


o
o


822.50


$20.00
27.73


815.00
23.68


22.30


70
70


7


63
70










l

7




36.66




40




40


1


25.00


22.00


21.00


20.00


89


21


68




14


6


8


2





36.50


29.00


24.75


23.00


46





46





27





27


4





27.00


24.66


21.00


20.00


48


19


29




7


6


1


3





23.50


19.75


16.00


12.50


39


20


19





2


1


1


2


1


28.60


24.97


23.09


21.29


5,028


4KJ 4,523


21


2,236


345


1,891


278


51



294



Biennial Report of the



Table No. V. — Number of Teachers Examined and Approved Dur-



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 .__

Davie

Duplin

Durham









White










First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.


a5


6
1

a

©


"3




to


o5
|

fa


O
En


Male.
Female.


O

EH


22
14

8
23
39
24

6
15
18
31
13
31
36
13

8

2
24
32
12

2

1
52
21

5
20

3

6
67

5
14
17


27

2

1
37
13'
55
45
49

6
46

9
21
23

8

10
19
22
1
15

47
27
16
19
13

8
22

4
54
29


49
16

9
60
52
79
51
64
24
77
22
52
59
21
15
12
43
54
13
17

1

99
48
21
39
16
14
89

9
68
46


9

27

14

8

14

3

3

5

14

22

19

9

4


17
11
1
8
6
9
10
3

24
12
4

2


26
38
15
16
20
12
13

8
21
46
31
13

6


3
3


2


2










1 ______


1












2


2




















7

1

23

12

14

12
10
13

3
45

2


6

1

19

16
6
3
11
14
11
19
64

1


13

2
42
28
20

3
23
24
24
22
109

7

1
28
39

4
15


1


1


2




1


1


2


























15


1

2

23


1
38






,1 7






22
2
4


17

2
1.





















Superintendent of Public Instruction. 295
ing the Year Ending June jo, iqo?. Showing Race, Sex and Grade.











Colored.








Total White.


Total Colored.


First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.





















*


6






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3




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3


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16


12


28




1


1


31


46


77


17


14


Ml








5
4
10


4

18


9

4

28








44
22
31


13
2
45


57

24
76


5

4
28


i
29
















-1


it;


S


24


2


3


5


57








6


1
15


7
22








53

28


19

64


72
92


6
16


1
27


-


9


11


20


1




1


43


12


12


24


14


24


38




7


7


9


55


64


26


43


69


9


5


14


11


24


35


1


3


4


20


52


72


21


32


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2




2
2

■>


3
3

7


7
17


10
20








32
53
32


13
72
21


45
125
53


5
5

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7
17
1





■ 1








•>..


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1


10


5


6

1

3
5


11
3

9
2
8


2


2

1

3


12

2
1
4
9


14

8

5
12








40
40
13
Hi
3


25

• 8

14

11


65
65

21
30
14


8
8
3
6


IS

4
4
14


25


•>








11


fi








1"


•>










3










211


"


1
4


3
12


12
13

1


5

12

1


17
25

•>








48
44
26


39

38

7


87
82
33


14

21

1


1:
16
1


20


a








:;7













5


-1


9


"1


7


12








2


IS


20


10


11


21










1

3
6


1
8
14








13

Ii2
34


11
61
39


24
123
73


20
23


1

12
10


1


15


9
2


24
17


5

8








:;••


15




2


2


33


3


5


8


19


20


39


1


19


20


8


37


45


23


44


ii7


12


8


20


40


58


98


8


24


32


80


106


186


60


90


150


5


3
9


8
1
3
1
17


1

14
13
13


2 1
I

5
5

10


3

1
19
18
23








5
6

88
27
16


18
9
29
21
56


23
15

117
48
72


6
1
17
14
21


5
1
5
5
23


11


1








•>


3








■ >•>


1








10






4


4


44




1


3


1


20


24





2


2


21


40


61





23


211



196



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Counties.



-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

New Hanover









White










First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.




aj






»




aJ




ij




"3


6


£


rt


1 2


«


1


fc





s


CD


o


— -

S 1 t,


c
Eh


3


29


32


15


18


33




5


5


35


44


79


14


11


25


2




2


10

32

6


44

28
19


54
60
25


19

1


2
16
5


2

35

6




















8
5
4
14


1
53
25
13


9

58
29
27


12

1
35


3

2

7
28


15














8
65










2


2


4
27

17


50
17

8


54
44
25


14
21


5

6
6


5
20














27


2


1


3


20


23


43


7


7


14


1


1


2


5
12

28


35
13
32


40
25
60


3

28


1
4
16


7
44














3




3


11


11


22


4


10


14




2


2


41


36


77


24


21


45


1


1


2


4

3

31


13

27
21


17
30
52


2
1
7


8

16
12


,0

17
19
















2


2


6


7


13


24


17


41


1


11


12


27


23


50


24


18


42




1


1


9
12
36


13
11

48


22
23
84


8

13
10


12
12
23


20
25
33














1


1


2


8


12


20


4


6


10


1


1


a


13
21

15


17
17
35


30
38
50


6
8
10


12

9

30


18
17
40
















1


i


::


4


7




1


1









Superintendent of Public Instruction. 297
V — Continued.











Colored.








Total White.


Total Colored.


'First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.














8


a

fa


o


8


"5

a

fa


3

o
Eh




®

£

fa





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a

fa


3




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S

0)

fa


H




8


1


9


18


16


34


3


10


13


3


49


52


29


27


56


5


3


8


12


11


23


2





2


51


55


106


19


14


33


7


8


15


12


25


37








10


46


56


19


33


52


4




4


20


14


34


3


3


6


51


44


95


27


17


44


ti


10


16


1




8








7


24


31


-


17


24




















20


4
55


24
60








8


11


19


17


5


22








25


16


41


4


1


5


9


14


23


1




1


5


32


37


14


15


29


7


6


13


11


15


26


1


1


2


49


43


92


19


22


41


17


33


50


6


20


26








4


55


59


23


53


76


1


'


2


10


11


21




2


2


41


23


64


11


14


25




1


1














40


15


55




1


1

12
50


a




3


4


5


9








28


31


59


n




12


15


27


4


15


19


2


2


4


5


36


41


18


32


9


7


16


1


1


2








15


17


32


10


g


18
43


5


1


6


20


11


31


4


2


6


59


48


107


29


14


1


1


2




4


4











15


23


38


1


5


6


5


4


9


8


17


25








62


58


120


13


•'1


34
24


3


1


4


10


10


20








6


21


27


13


11


2


1


3


10


22


32








4


43


47


12


23
9


35

21


6


2


8


4


7


11


2




2


38


35


73


12








3


1


4








31
51


35


66
93
42


3

2

24


1
1

17


4
3
41








2


1


3








42


7


2


9


14


12


26


3


3


6


17


25


6




6


4


1


5








25


23


48


10


1

46


11

86


8


5


13


32


40


72




1


1


47


72


119


40








1




1








13


19
29


32

48


i
q






3


3


6


6




8


14








19


11


20
36


8


6


14


10


12


22


1




1


29


26


55


18


18





1


7


12


28


40


5


9


14


25


67


92


23


38


61





4


. 4




12


12




4


4


3


5


8




20


28



208



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Counties.



Northampton

Onslow

( (range

Paraiico

Pasquotank __

Pender

Perquimans __

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham -

Rowan

Rutherford _.__

Sampson

•Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington..

Watauga

Wayne



White.



First Grade.



Second Grade.



12
5
3
7
6
4
4

10
23
11
24
10
21
IS
11



Third Grade.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 299
V — Continued.



Colored.



First Grade.



Second Grade. Third Grade.



3
10
13
32
13



■11



Total White.



11


32


12


23


13


33


9


10


8


17


13


28


8


23


5


34


19


89


14


19


69


52


18


22


23


31


21


88


-IT


32


52


55


43


55


5


17


40


15


27


31


44


41


17


15


22


18


8


2


59


45


2


26


41


73


3


47


18


16


46


22


12


64



43
35

46
19

25
41
31
39

108
33

121
40
54

10! I
79

107



58
85
32
40
10

104
28

114
.50
34
68
76



Total Colored.





QJ












cS










C3


S


1


20


38


58


9


7


16


11


13


24


o


7


10


9


13


22


1!)


20


39


4


18


ill!


13


16


29


20


36


56


3


4


7


10


15


25


15


17


32


21


17


38


21


41


62


16


21


:I7


15


13


28


25


36


lil


S


10


IS


5


5


10


14


4


18


13


9


22




1


1




3


3


3


6


9


35


12


47


12


13


25


52


55


107


19


50


69


7


10


17


3




3


13


35


48



100



Biennial Report of the



Table No.













White












First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.


Counties.




3

a

9

fa


"3
o
H


o5
3


6

"3

a

fa


t

o


6

3


3

a

fa


3

'
H


Wilkes-


64
20
23

8


21

32

10

1


85

52

33

9


29
2


6

6


35

8

20
33








Wilson










10 10
17 16
























Total — ._


1,640


2,140


3,780


968 !l.029


1,997


48


73


121






'





Superintendent of Public Instruction. 301
V — Continued.









Colored.








Total White.


Total Colored.


First Grade.


Second Grade.


Third Grade.


CD

3
8


6

3

a

a.


J




3
8


to

3

a






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**


"3
S

CO


3
o


®

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3
g


3

o
H


6

"3


a5

3

a


3
o


"3
o




4


5
11
3


15
4

2
2


3 IS








93
22
33
25


27
38
20
17


120
60
53
42


20
12
5
2


3

25

1

3


23


7
3


17
1
3


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370


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781


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5,898


1,308


1,512


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Biennial Report of the



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



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

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe..

Forsyth

Franklin



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342
299
287
178
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280

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136

273

635

257

224

374

66

161

95

400

267

235

87

96

438

263

112

332

73

40

438

137

252

495

206

605

175



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299

234
178
17
434
290
157
176
237
669
263
251
295
52
163
107
419
320
214
84
73
428
272
102
300
68
59
423
159
267
396
197
555
186



343

274
191
194
458
265
180
17
306
765
284
305
291
62
160
122
465
284
223
78
76
433
279
118
198
83
50
432
172
315
324
188
562
211



326
236
211
184
428
275
167
174
273
795
279
271
284

50
117
126
440
320
203

82
101
416
322
112
144

82

52
394
139
267
311
167
553
214



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343
252
180
216
431
300
184
257
307
748
294
374
310

74
187
130
399
234
217
103

93
427
301
127
260

92

50
330
179
287
330
181
480
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Counties.



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Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston __.:

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Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

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SUPEKINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.



305



VI — Continued.



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171
122
339
124
246
262
219
111
196
424
201
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97
163
223
179
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174
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279
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196
192
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221
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169
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132

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238

102

260

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118

78

226

119

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162

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86

192

98

62

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101

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61

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139

28

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139

115

45

45

146

79

216

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93

69

177

100

67

114

91

58

108

72

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32
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53
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51
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20



306



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Counties.



Pender

Perquimans..

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham.

Rowan

Rutherford __.

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell...

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington..

Watauga

Wayne

Wilkes-

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Total....



90
141
368
108
594
115
381
483
656
444
290

72
341
263
358
191
108

67
449

82
368

79
129
292
488
553
229
265
215



101
114
151
351

92
498

97
382
380
560
376
303

85
273
231
357
158
123

62
420
104
397

93
132
260
483
500
216
287
204



24,631 23,818



113

110
177



177
444
461
602
380
348

79
322
253
374
167
133

70
420
100
420
133
148
296
414
507
241
306
201



110
104
177
278

98
547
121
416
385
542
356
316

94
285
263
383
149
119

72
374

97
409
101
134
288
404
501
226
275
225



25,601 I 24,143



124
121
205
392
111
505
144
519
440
528
403
359

82
295
281
352
187
151

78
405

93
410
140
134
256
427
554
237
318
220
25,963



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



307



VI — Contin ued.



114
114
192
216
102
438
129
425
382
453
356
319

86
304
255
321
186
118

75
430

78
430
119
128
268
413
345
221
260
209
23,821



Sjx



115
115
159
356

72
441

70
357
348
389
318
306

59
259
207
314
147
102

60
340

77
775

89
106
237
366
455
173
264

192
22,238



137

98

139

305

84

351

77

321

309

337

290

317

57

237

220

328

145

100

57

317

57

348

92

100

133

285

461

189

192

208

19,595



94
131
243

77
366

80
287
280
283
237
261

51
230
200
2.53
130

96

60
289

53
340

79

85
189
265
378
150
210
201
17,824



78
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216

66
300

58
234
225
228
212
214

37
182
161
186
113

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