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a Two churches, both having natire pastors educated in this school. b The school is a mission school under the care of a superintendent, matron, and teacher. e Attached to the contral superintendency for treaty purposes only.

Mahlon Stubbs, Rachael
Stubbs. Uriah Spray,
Mary Spray, William
Hunt, Emily Hunt,
M. H. Newlin, Lizzie
Newlin, and Jenial
Stanton, Friends.
Rev. Frank Stoward,
Rev. George Sumner,
Rev. Adam Gary,
Rev. Usa - sadee,
Baptists: Rev. John
Harrell, Rev. I. K. B.
McSpadden, Rev. B.
B. Cumming, Rev. T.
Ewing, Rev. Miller,
Rev. Isaac Saunders,
Rev. E. Butler, Rev.

d The schools are maintained by national school funds, except the school at the Moravian mission, which is maintained by the Moravian Missionary Board. All contributions by religious societies or individuals are for religious or missionary purposes.

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(a) Attached to the central superintendency, for treaty purposes only.

(b) 31 schools, 14 white teachers, and 15 Muscogee teachers, 2 Cherokee teachers, and about 600 scholars. tendent, and 3 teachers.

(c) Scholarship in this school is limited to 80 scholars, 1 superin.

(d) The individual wealth reported, only that belonging to the tribes enumerated, and does not include Miamies and Black Bob Shawnees residing here. (e) A boarding-school house is much needed.

A large new building near is much needed where they can board their own children.

(g) Have religious service in the school-house each Sabbath; also Sabbath-school, in both of which the children participate.

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(b) The first three schools are under the auspices of the United States Government; the others under the patronage of the American Board of Foreign Missions. Good progress is made in reading, writing, arithmetic, and geography. (c) This is a new agency, and the money appropriated has not been more than enough for food and clothing.

(d) Report of 1871. (e) The American Board of Foreign Missions expect to establish a school September 1, 1872.

(f) The school for the boys is taught in the morning; that for the girls in the afternoon.

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