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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



Counties.



New Hanover-
Northampton.

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico



5hS

m

4^<



746
401
397



598
363



1,108
291

63
76
602
200
610
23
591



714
253

33

3

820

82
1,000
112
323
761



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6.50
252
309



656
897
214
434
135



593
2.50
848
585
348

20

97
247
400
360

57
253
790

36
139

.53

8

615

117

800



1,084
343
481
188
341
153



138
108
61



153



179

69

35

8

259
30

101
11
91



56
12
2

260
23

250



52

297

105
232
21
51



* No colored children.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



323



IX — Con tinued.



a. 2 >.

- c 2


No. Studying
Language
Lessons.


No. Studying
Intermediate
Grammar.


No. Studying
Higher
Grammar.


No. Studying
North Caro-
lina History.


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341


418


78


147


309


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190






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125


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68


128


150


23






217


148


165


9


41


130


160


19






433


152


396


52


179


289


500


60


4




185


118


154


48


95


122


135


22






480




432
336


56


105
224


202
405


374
344


10

78


|


357


399


26


20


202


82


104


30


79


96


208


124


1




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28


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40


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20


20




27


23


37




16


12


8


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264


205


189


122


99


381


299


39


5


15


208


17


64


57


401


202


179


109






281


34


245


33


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266


394


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339


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319

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12


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7
405


1
332


4
415


9

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436


518


295


103


19


35


78


54


79


8


16


32


25








340


300
19
159


325


75


180
2

83


625
20
45


228
21
98


28


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15


86


75


30


9




6


627


343


296


136


567


420


361


51


17


6






352
273


70


2431

385


422
583


286
363


62
176






343


554


11


3


357


244


245


106


232


230


395


71


3


7


123

200


91
141


115


10


69


67


142


19






161


23


101


52


395


81






69


4


90




•50


51


53


17







324



Biennial Report of the



Tahi<e No.



Counties.



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

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Total ....



be
a «

S o3 g
50,^



533
519
574
320

859

214
265
,162
732
797

759
375
120
277
117



109
423
589
160
070
346



1,035

133

346

28

8

35, 679



3C30
CD a>tj



194
377
304
278
386
214
244
330
720
462
287

43J

303

31

179

28

23
79
343
412
683
626
248
3
800
159

90

5

27,537



•-d'j:



45

82
129
51
90

65
68
145
233
89
720
148
138
19
95



11
102
140
316

264

52

266
39



9,282



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 325



IX— Continued.



No. Studying
Intermediate
Geography.


No. Studying
Language
Lessons.


m2

C S3 .

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2 - a

dejb


No. Studying
Higher
Grammar.


No. Studying
North Caro-
lina History.


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194
209
99
265


721
79
310
125
203


00
142
223
168


12
38
29
29

40
39

72
111
23
302
07
42
16
3


136

108
128
65
139
13
29
81
139
129
255
93
194
103
24
30
16


102

100

219

120

178

20

93

130

296

371

386

207

280

121

37

71


482 358
151 41
347 43
100 &5
380 99
186 79
179 , 20
53 20








10
4


308
59


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158

176
351

407
201

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143
320
ISO


354

523
256


467
318
110
133
712
147
37
34


252
87
22
121
320
59
2

9


1

11


12
3






31 8

226

4-1

63


237
13S
32
138


238
105
30
33

28


2


4




























25
37
201
223


38
21
111
201
106
496
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11
33


2
3


17
13

80

148

464

229

92

5

198

42

53

34


14

32

157

121

301

347

174

6

470

59

81

32


95

20
140
226
1,239
740
174
2
809

85
116

43


1
22
63

83
353
138

50










212 37
163 41










367
458
10' ?


493
340

72

400
74


168

126

58

1

203

26

27

4




8
6








590

88
29


591

31

177

3


43

19

70

9


4
2


8


30


33



























19,319 | 12,602


15,447 | 3,804


10,865 1 15,490 I 22,575


7,409 1 210


378



326



Biennial Report of the



Table No. X — Showing Amount



Apportioned to White and Colored,
Tax Levied and Amount Applied to



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



Amount Ap-
portioned to
Whites.


Amount Ap-
portioned to
Colored.


Assessed
Value of
Property of
Whites.


Assessed
Value of
Property of
Colored.


$12,740.15


13,495.74


$4,905,550.00


885,252.09


4, 899. 82


463.70


1,154,125.00


10,030.00


4, 621. 69


316.98


784,842.00


■"1.515.00


5,908.30


2,771.90


2,005,536.00


121,040.00


9, 143.17


.571.40


1,652,114.00


9,175.00


9, 826. 20


4,565.25


3,070,211.00


196,271.09


6,896.77


5,400.00


2,445,870.00


317, .540. 00


5,805.53


•_\963. 41


1.427,734 00


152.091.00


5,031.82


2,263.38


1,202,415.00


114,585.00


22,642.10


2,494.50


9, 953, 437. 00


163, 424.00


6,398.76


912.90


1,429, 740:00


32,735.00


9,397.25


2,842.40


4.241,362.00


81,841.00


6,133.28


802. 36


1,871,211.00


24,919.00


2,607.00


1,115.00


557,127.00


18,428.00


4,765.00


547.00


1,023,153.00


41,433.00


3,544.00


1,866.00


l,40i). 998. 00


66,055.00


10, S3:!. 00


1 , 722. 00


3,500, 604.00


35,647.00


9,146.25


3,985.81


3,331,461.00


140.334.00


4,079.70


157.50


1.712.729.00


11.029.00


3,575.00


3,091.00


1,686,135.00


145,002.00


1,605.00


40.00


504,157.00


1,383.00


10,248.84


2,788.05


4,497,273.00


56,983.00


8,426.93


3,609.54


2,378,635.00


172,276.00


10,548.31


4,417.33


2,860.110.00


362,4.51.00


11,' 396. 82


4,759.46


4,519,374.00


215.L53.00


3,549.69


1,290.00


713,416.00


36, 442. 00


1,630.12


192.50


420,985.00


11,312.00


11,248.35


1,900.30


3,878,939.00


.50,744.00


5,382.00


1,069.00


2,007,724.00


42.182.00


7,783.91


4, 940. 36


2,145,699.00


122,979.00


22,641.60


4, 475. 40


10,159,776 00


205,349.00


7,922.36


4,758.66


3,977,890.00


202, 4.52. 04


18, 993. 18


5,608.50


9,412,930.00


171.579. 0»



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



32'



Assessed Vilue of Property of While and Colored, Insolvent Polls, Poll
Schools, from July, igoi to July, igo2.



Number

White Polls.


8s

s-

CO
— z>

3 s-

A~


no

a -J —


Number of
Insolvent
Colored
Polls.


■6

- —


2

agsi

|2S


Amount Ac-
tually Paid
by Whites
on Property
and Polls.


Amount Ac-
tually Paid
by Colored
on Property
and Polls.


2,671


722
98








$1.50
1.54


$8,829.99
4,440.85


$153. 45


1,465


108


29




432. 08


1,039 1


43


83


15




1.50


2,846.72


51.12


1,549


1,311


416


963


$2.30


1.50


5,309.40


736.87


2, 603


.56


326




2.90


1.50


6,878.30


100.52


2,546


1,577


223


.586




1.50


9,074.94


1,839.7s


1,505


1,419


86


152


2.10


1.50


6,636.(17


2,673.07


1,443


837


144


170


2.00


1.50


4,789.85


1.262.53


1, 165


622




334


2.00










976


1 663


both




1.50


28,003.60




1,616


168
652






2.70
2.45


1.50

1.54


5,042.53
11,516.25


310 92


2, 461


426


both


930. 00


1,940


220


199


51


2.40


1.50


7,128.55


366. 38


517


330


111


48


2.60


1.50


2. 1 IS. 10


537.79


1,563


265


194


65


2.00


1.50


4,366.17


471.50


1,097


841


3.50


350


2. Hi


1.50


3, 658. 49


1,925 49


2,779


360


.50


150


2.00


1.50


10,394.00


378. 00


2, 406


955
10






2.39
3. 30


1.50
1.50


9,724.57
3,596.00
3,830.11


1,384.22


1 393


72


35




7*0


702


5


120


2 00


1.50


1,314.03


530


19


•50




2.00


1.50


1,678.27




2, 972


610


276


100


2.60


1.50


11,608.95


815. 07


2, 124


733


137


101


2.00


1.50


S, 151. 20


1.230.25


1,567


1,626




117


both 3.20


1.50


14,661.34


both •


2,310


1,163


1,292


both


2.21


1.50


12,956.26


both


821


358


96


both


3.26


1.50


2,978.10


458. 59


704


62
250






2. 00
2.00


1.50*
1.50


1,526.07
11,305.09




3,207


325


75


35:;. s -1


1,455


286


94


68


1.90


1.50


3,813.00


1,009.00


2. 258


S56


425


both


2.00


1.50


2,784.09


1,047.74


2, 639


1,268


300


751


2.00


1.50


26,021.64


1.144.1:;


1,761


2,212


1,000


both


2.95


1.50


12, is:;. 15


2,032.37


4,081


1,409






2. 45


1.83


25,772.36





32 S



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Counties.



J. *> •
S o>



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 5,919.87

Pamlico .'

Pasquotank 0,871.32



36,728.00
14,535.85
2,837.61
3,662.79
7,361.00
3,911.63
23, 169. 69
11,922.71
5,914.33
9, 415. 50
0. 6H6. 15
4, 992. 80

2. 703. 05
13,604.47

5, 324. 60

16,420.04

2,022.68

8,119.04

7,037 16

il. 21(1. 30

10, 674. 63

li,:lti4.40

4.611.05

19,574.65

4,100.00

4,192.00

9, 322. 48

10,571.29

21,491.41

6. 775. 06
4,762.00



• O

goo



S4.135.00
4,272.24»
1,802.79



4,342.00
2, 124. 26
6,114.65
8,546.44
1,635.11
346.50
986.05

3. 636. 37
1,725.29
3,330 80

295. 10
3,891.44
1,188.36
2,517.00
1,402.70

590.25

400.00
3,635.60

893.35

6. 937. 38
153.35

1,255.00
3,808.43
4,404.22
8, 793. 29
5,393.72
1,167.00
2,096.64



4,292.63



■3 e-£ 03
-.n s a—



83,296,
5,152,
1,445,
067,
3,056,
1.702,
8,054,
4,124,
1,968,
2,339,
2,098,
1,849,
1,014,
4,585,
1,649,
3,935,
1,147,
2, 530,
2,239,
1,306,
2,063,
2,266,
1,612,

11,323,



745. 00
046. 00
918.00
256.00
266 00
025.00
930.00
429.00
169.00
022.00
830.00
617.00
130.00
818. 00
894.00
881.00
696.00
121.00
185.00
640.00
798.00
412.00
850.00
234.00



1,758,732.00
3,177,768.00
3,774,412.00
7, 980, 784. 00
3,056,754.00
1,507,054.00



■c o-e-c
% a; 3 £-
nSag
a— o —



$167, 025. 00
65,124.00
102,510.00



171,591.00

109,862.00

219,887.00

439,596.00

73,247.00

11,014.00

30, 604. 00

269, 895. 00

30,460.00

101,567.00



145, 806. 00
64,251.00
135, 294. 00
43,665.00
9,916.00
5,000.00
184,941.00



374, 008. 00



771,025.00
2.335,242.00



36,199.00
106,347.00
174,466.00
470,657.00
289,148.00
60,113.00
19,673.00
60,579.00
197,960.00



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



329



X — Continued.



CD

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25


O o5

fc


OQ

SSS

3 =>


Number of
Insolvent
Colored
Polls.


•6


2

C « fi

S °£


Amount Ac-
tually Paid
by Whites
on Property
und Polls.


Amount Ac-
tually Paid
by Colored
on Property
and Polls


2,144


1,575


246


747


82 75


$1.50


18,781.14


SI, 542. 64


3, 104


810


221


both


2.75


1.50


16,941.16


1,111.00


865


533


26


74


2.00


1.50


3,844.79


833. 67


662




84




3.21


1.50


3,039.36




1,733


1,314


198


461


2.30


1.50


9,636.08


1,763.23


1,117


865


44


88


2.36


1.50


4, 427. 81


1,346.22


4, 720


1,014


340


550


1.47


1.47


21,296.24


950.00


1,744


2,545
569






2.28


1.50


18,451.51




1,768


101


238




1.50


6,053.58


586.50


2,307


60


270


both


3.00


1.50


11,693.95


250.00


1,716


161


181


71


2.43


1.50


5,073.81


594. 71


956


1,025
502


41


81




1.50


4, 633. 18


1,831.01


836


20


118


2.45


1.50


3,103.43


1,124.28


3,327
1,713


878


225
191


500


2.75


1 51






27




1.50


5, 51! 1.70




3,927


1,069


190


200


2.00


1.54


14,618.7:!


1,600.71


801


439


60


133


2.00


1.50


3,074.06


565. 05


1,876
1,702


1,134








1.50


7,368.21


1,944.50


286


8


3


1.50


1.50


6,901.93


505. 5S


1,520


66


99


11


2.75


1.60


4,884.76


120. 36


2,949


50


.501


13


3.35


1.50


8, 157. S3


61.. 50


1,431


968


25


112


2.00


1.50


6,226 09


1,784.89


1,606






21
1,320


2.20
3.50


1.50
1.50






4,728


2,944


330


32, 074. 75


3,563.86












1.50
1.50






1,719


526


262


both


2.45


5,892.52


854.16


2,321


Sill


290


300


2. 18


1.50


8, 755. 38


969.92


2,508


1,461


87


251


2.15


1.50


10 555 94


2,505.54


2,098


1,531


417


650


2.64


1.50


32,644.78


2, 255. 63


1,421


1,656


36


142


1.89


1.50


8,715.85


2,789.82


1,526


458


82


65


2.40


1.50


5,661.00


707.00


1,423
914


561
415


400


275


2. 42


1.50








2.00


1.50






1,142


,800


3


13


2.00


1.50


6,168.97


1.556.33



330



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Pender

Perquimans...

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond ...

Robeson

Rockingham.

Rowan ._

Rutherford —

Sampson

Scotland

Indians

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Union : ,

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington .

Watauga

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey



a—
t: s K

3°2

1^

S4,453.16
3,234.25
5,120.00
14,887.33
2, 845. 71
14,799.53
5, 160. 24
11,3(50.20
13,681.46
15,544.40
6,975.85
6, 673. 70
3, 126. 45



11,900.15
8, 250. Hi
10,122.50
4, 259. 40



<T3



c£5

3 o o

$2, 816. 16

2,334.50

2,990.00

4, 640. 02

656.15

2, 200. 45

2,354.58

6,703.81

4, 836. 08

5,019.50

1,786.00

3,632.20

1,798.86

223.50

886.25

1,290.68

678. 50

175.00



Total 810,145.01



2, 036. 25


501.25


11,632.10


3, 339. 46


7,391.65


2, 634. 40


30, 486. 09


s, 517.56


6,072.61


5.559.88


4,460.34


2,392.66


6, 405. 87


240.00


18,428.57


7, 355. 15


8, 842 69


984.30


13, 462. 27


4,065.21


5,805.71


624,56


4, 226. 00


208.00



cetK
8«Sj§

r. a a~



11,175,791.00
1,503,419.00
1,930,221.00
4,058,141.00
1,095,162.00
4,113,990.00
3,527,350.00
4,500,873.00
4,542,2.50.00
5,790,346.46
3,111,046.00
2,238,002,00
1,642,731.00



2.286,241.00
2,216,195.00
2, '.113,149.00

895.371.00
1,048,957.00

614,622.00
1,120,753.00
2,482.371.00
13,132,787.00
2, 8.50, 507 00
1,024,561.00
1,386,387.00
5, 44S, 647. 00
2,0.55.248.00
4,308,938.00
1,680,537.00

609,425.00



Sggg

8«g|



8136,986.00

156,376.00

75,281.00

200, 176. 00

15,829.00

57,903.00

67, 207. 00

224,345.00

132,4.53.00

183,983.00

53,003.00

100, 725. 00

44,151.00

6,116.00

36, 436. 00

27,879.00

32, 227. 00

53,717 00

7,5,50.00

28, 491. 00

81,431.00

185, 672. 00

618.522 00

344, 174. 00

85, 788. 00

4, 288. 00

334, 713. 00

23, 248. 00

162,741.00

15,361.00

666.00



259,531.84 I 281,065,343.00 I 1,115,461.00



Twenty-four counties not reported.



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



331



X — Continued.






i*


lis


Number of
Insolvent
Colored
Polls.


Total Poll
j t Tax Levied.


5


Amount Ac-
tually Paid
by Whites
on Property
and Polls.


Amount Ac-
tually Paid
by Colored
on Property
and Polls.


1,047


84.5


197


300


82.00


$1.50


$3,456.42


$1,064.07


842


628


19


24


2.21


1.50


4,411.86


1,187.4*


1 463


.801
1,981


274
74






1.50
1.50


5,668.40
11,252.65


1,337.51


2,706


378


2.00


2, 767. 82


881
3, 690


136


38




2.45


1.50






443


181


59


2. 25


1.50


13,168.84


687.95


1,221


838


32


243


2.21


1.50


6, 740. 66


936. 00


2,99.5
3,268
3,843


1 953






2. 00


1.50






1 34' )




735


2.28


1.50


1.6,725 06




1,043








1.35


17, 104 81


1,776.02


2 827


42.5






2.30


1.50






2,766


928


150


2.50


2. 50


. 1.50


8, 177. 40


1,573.29


899


697


12


407


2.64


1.50


4, 984. 77


672. 88


2.001


254


100


30


1.50


1.S0


6, 739. .85


401.00


2 634


305
287







2.75
2.00


1.50
1.50


7, 691. 4 1
11,445.27




3, 401


428


both


188. 57


985


76


31


4


1.50


1.50


4,111.44


17.39


910


67


149


33


3.95


1.50


3,106.10


64.59


584


200


16


14


2. 45


1.50


1,954.31


330. 28


2.906


846


279


297


3.18


1.50


11,705.57


1,415.57


1 203


1,003
2.911


441






1.30


9, 194. 68


both


4.832


589


1.504


2. 00


1.50


24,663.84


7,769.03


996


1,487


31


237


2. 45


1.50


5,550.96


2,475.01


931


725


33


114


2.02


1.50


3,440.12


1,075.65


1.87S


33


149


10


2. 10


1.50


5,312.50


.57. 22


3,067


1,752


289


57S


1.98


1.50


15,983; 38


2,542.85


3,302


243


775


both


4.00


1.50


8, 652. 45


406. 35


■' it:-'


1,406
136






2.00
2.00


1.50
1.50
















1,524


; 2i


230


15


2.45


1.50


2,867.67


9.72


192, 837


' 73,982


17,794


17,043






771,929.82


86,739.05



332 Biennial Report of the



Report of Croatan Schools in Robeson County for
School Year Ending June 30, 1902.



Croatan children, males 903; females 861. Total, 1,764.

Enrolled in schools, males 394; females 377. Total, 771.

Average attendance, 433.

Number between 12 and 21 who can not read and write, males 229;
females 215. Total, 444.

Number of Croatan Districts, 21.

Croatan teachers, males, first grade, 5; second grade, 6; third
grade, 2. Females 1, second grade. Total, 13.

Paid Croatan teachers, $1,515.85.

Paid for Croatan houses, $433.72.

Assessed value of Croatan property, $153,833.00.

Amount apportioned Croatans, $2,393.36.

Number of Croatan polls, 608.

Value of Croatan school property, $2,670.00.

Average length of term in weeks, 9.2.

Average salary per month, male teachers $28.86; females $25.00.

Number of houses built, 3.



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 333



Summary of Statistics.



Receipts foe 1901 and 1902.

1901. 1902.

General poll tax $328,403.97 $329,188.01

General property tax 525,257.15 585,033.48

General property tax, local acts 15,544.25 23,691.10

Special poll tax, local acts 404.45 918.08

Fines and penalties 23,411.82 50,465.14

Liquor licenses 79,279.62 98,726.96

Auctioneers 23.75 675.31

Estray 36.18 7.44

State Treasurer 101,401.80 183,972.10

Other sources 45,983.48 50,880.20

Total $1,119,746.47 $1,323,557.72

Local taxes for graded schools 161,363.62



Total $1,484,921.34

Summary of Disbursements.

1901. 1902.

Paid white teachers $621,927.97 $707,184.94

Paid colored teachers 219,561.39 236,863.02

Paid Croatan teachers 1,995.08 1,515.85

Paid houses and sites (whites) 43,514.26 77,269.68

Paid houses and sites (colored) 12,693.34 12,274.55

Paid houses and sites (Croatan) 481.68 443.72

Paid County Superintendents : 23,596.85 34,483.83

Paid institutes (white) 1,256.06 2,117.31

Paid institutes (colored) 506.06 632.05

Paid Treasurer's commission 22,589.76 24,303.76

Paid mileage and per diem, Board of Edu-
cation 5,728.47 9,738.30

Expenses Board of Education 2,949.62 7,424.37

Paid city schools 73,068.92 91,114.26

Paid other purposes 63,833.56 73,865.16

Paid taking census 8,488.62

Total $1,091,226.26 $1,287,275.70



334 Biennial Report of the

Census of School Children from Six to Twenty-one Years.

Croatan. White. Colored. Total.

For 1901 1,737 448,304 219,677 669,718

For 1902 1,764 454,655 221,958 678,377

Enrollment in Schools.

White. Colored. Croatan. Total.

For 1901 290,178 141,180 1,139 432,497

For 1902 292,533 138,868 771 464,721

For city schools, 1902 22,338 10,411

Percentage of School Children Enrolled in Schools.

White. Colored. Cfoataa.

For 1901 64.7 64.3 65.6

For 1902 ■. 69.3 67.2 43.7

Average Daily Attendance on Schools.

White. Colored. Croataa.

For 1901 172,272 80,747 291

For 1902 170,439 77,679 433

For cities 15,159 5,293

Percentage of School Population in Average Attendance on

Schools.

White. Colored. Croatan.

For 1901 38.4 36.7 16.7

For 1902 40.8 37.3 24.5

Percentage of Enrollment in Average Attendance on Schools.

White. Colored. Croatan.

For 1901 59.5 57.3 25.5

For 1902 '. 58.9 55.5 56.1

Average Length of School Terms in Weeks and Days.

For 1901, 15.560 weeks or 77.8 days; colored, 14.498 weeks or 72. 4J
days; Croatan, 10.21 weeks or 51.05 days.

For 1902, whites, 16.48 weeks or 82.4 days; colored, 15.23 weeks or
76.15 days; Croatan, 9.2 weeks or 46 days.

Length of Terms in Cities.

For 1901, white, 34.2 weeks or 171 days.
For 1902. white, 33.0 weeks or 165 days.



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 335

Average Salary of Teachers Reported.

For 1901, white males $26.92

White females .• 23.87

Colored males 22.93

Colored, females 21.20

For 1902, white males 28.60

White females 24.97

. Colored males 23.09

Colored females 21.09

Value of Public School Property Reported.

For 1901, white $885,298.00

Colored 266,018.00

Croatan 1,995.00

For 1902, white 1,163,661.00

Colored 303,109.00

Croatan 2.670.00

Number of School-Houses Reported.

For 1901, white 4,899

Colored 2,183

Croatan 29



Total 7,111

For 1902, white 5,028

Colored . .' 2,236

Croatan 29



Total 7,293

Number of Public Schools Taught.

For 1901, white 5,411

Colored 2,418

Croatan 29



Total 7,858

For 1902, white 5,491

Colored 2,376

Croatan 21



Total 7,888






330



Bienntae Report of the



Number School Districts Reported.

For 1901, white 5,483

Colored 2,559

Croatan 22

Total 8,064

For 1902, white 5,653

Colored 2,441

Croatan 21

Total 8,11S



Superintendent of Public Instruction. 33T
Comparative Statistics.



Comparative Statistics from 1884 to 1902, Inclusive.

Receipts for 1884 $580,311.60

Receipts for 1885 631,904.38

Receipts for 1886 : 670,671.79

Receipts for 1887 647,407.81

Receipts for 1888 670,944.73

Receipts for 1S89 (8 months) 612,151.31

Receipts for 1890 721,1

Receipts for 1891 714,966.27

Receipts for 1892 775,449.63

Receipts for 1893 751,608.11

Receipts for 1894 777,079.29

Receipts for 1895 825,988.84

Receipts for 1896 824,238.08

Receipts for 1897 822

Receipts for 1898 988,409.11

Receipts for 1899 896,531.96

Receipts for 1900 1,031,327.94



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