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TABLE 7 Schools conducted under contract, with number of

pupils contracted for, rate per capita, and total amount of contract for fiscal years ending June 30, 1895, and June 30, 1899

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Banning, California.....
Baraga, Michigan..
Blackfeet, Montana..
Bayfield, Wisconsin..
Bernalillo, New Mexico..
Colville, Washington..
Caur d'Alene, Idaho....
Crow Creek, South Dakota..
Crow, Montana..
Devils Lake, North Dakota...
Flathead, Montana.....
Fort Belknap, Montana..
Harbor Springs, Michigan.
Odanah, Wisconsin, boarding...
Odanah, Wisconsin, day.. ..
Lac Court d'Oreilles, Wisconsin,

day.
Osage, Okla., St. Louis...
Osage, Okla., St. Johns....
Pine Ridge, South Dakota..
Rosebud, South Dakota.
San Diego, California.
Shoshone, Wyoming..
Tongue River, Montana.
Tulalip, Washington....
White Earth, Minn., St. Benedict.
White Earth, Minn., Red Lake..
Pinole, California.
Hopland, day, California..
St. Turubius, California.
Green Bay, Wisconsin...
Kate Drexel, Oregon....
Bay Mills, Michigan...
Shoshone mission, Wyoming.

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Total
Hampton institute, Virginia'.
Lincoln institution, Philadel-

phia, Pa.'..

200

167

200

167

33 400

33 400

Grand total....

2 755

$327 645

I 439

$172 462

* Specially appropriated for by congress.

'Not including the two schools of Osage and two Pottawatomie schools at Sac and Fox agencies, Okla., nor one day school at La Pointe agency, which was converted into a government school during year.

TABLE 8 - Amounts set apart for education of Indians in schools under private control for the fiscal years 1890

to 1899, inclusive

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47 650

44 850

29 146

4 860

2 160

24 876
23 383
4 375
5 400
7 560
9 940

$363 349 $394 756 | $375 845 $389 745
44 310 30 ogo

36 340
27 271

25 736

10 825
29 910
23 220

7 020
24 743 24 743 IO 020 IO 020
4 375 4 375 3 750 3 750
5 400

5 400 5 400 5 400
16 200
15 120

15 120 13 980

7 020
IO 020
3 750
5 400
15 120

3 125

9 180

6 700

600

600

6 480
2 500

I 000

2 000

3 000

3 000

3 000

3 500

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1890

$356 957

28 459

Roman Catholic
Presbyterian...
Congregational
Episcopal
Friends.
Mennonite.

Unitarian
xLutheran, Wittenberg, Wis.

Methodist
Mrs. L. H. Daggett.
Miss Howard....
Special appropriation for

Lincoln institution
Special appropriation for

Hampton institute
Woman's National Indian

Association...
Point Iroquois, Mich.
Plum Creek, Leslie, S. Dak.
John Roberts..

Total......

$562 640 $570 218

$611 570 $533 241

$537 600 $463 505

$370 796

$257 928

$212 954

$172 462

INDEX

А

Art and industrial education, 707; ad.
Adams, Herbert B., Summer schools and vocacy of, by Dr Barnard, 710; Al-
university extension, 823

bany capitol building, 760; condi.
Agricultural colleges, 606; classification

tion in 1874, 720; development from
of, 618; courses of study, 621, 627;

1874 to 1876, 725; influence of cen-
expenses of students, 629; land-grant

tennial of 1876, 725, 753; Massachu-

setts the first state to act, 720;
colleges, 611; military instruction,

method of Mr Fowle, 709; method
628; requirement for admission, 620;

of the Misses Peabody, 710; paucity
report of committee, 622

of institutions, 723; progress, 709;
Agricultural education, 595; interest of
Washington, 596; struggles of early

work of John Brainard, 711; Wil-
farmers, 595

liam Minifie, 710
Agricultural experiment stations, 640

Art and industry, summary of report, 749
Agricultural extension work, 629; co-

Art departments in colleges and univer-

sities, 722
operative experiments, 631; insti-
tutes, 630; instruction by corre-

Art development, influence of localities,

717
spondence, 631; itinerant schools,

Art loan exhibitions, 722
632; Nixon bill, 632
Agricultural schools, 600

Art museums and galleries, 722

Art schools, 721
Agricultural societies and fairs, 597;
first society, 597; Massachusetts so-

Art training, American facilities, 717
ciety, 598; New York society, 598
Agriculture in the common schools, 632;

B
nature teaching, 633

Bar, admission to, 498
Agriculture, U. S. department of, 603 Bell, Dr, influence of, 783
Allen, Edward Ellis, Education of defect- Biological laboratories, 890
ives, 771

Blind, 786; bibliography, 812; early
American academy of arts and sciences, schools, 788; education of, 787; em-
871

bossed books, 792; embossed libra.
American art annual, 726 (see note)

ries, 795; North Carolina school,
American association for advancement 789; schools, why started, 787;
of science, 869

Sloyd, 791; statistics, 797
American chemical society, 877

Boston society of natural history, 873
American library association, 833

Botanical gardens, 889
American mathematical society, 878 Brooklyn institute of arts and sciences,
American museum of natural history, 886 886
American philosophical society, 870 Business schools, 656; classes, 656;
American society of civil engineers, 877 courses, 665; regents of the univer-
American society of naturalists, 878

sity of the state of New York, 664;
Annals of the deaf, 783

tuition fees, 669
Armour institute, 572, 687

Business training, aim of, 669

Contract schools for Indians, 958
Corcoran art gallery, 724
Cornell university, 584; college of civil

engineering, 585; Sibley college of
mechanical engineering and the
mechanic arts, 584

с
Carlisle Indian school, 957
Case school of applied science, 568
Catholic summer school at Plattsburg, 834
Catholic winter school at New Orleans,

835
Cattell, James McKeen, Scientific societies

and associations, 867
Chamber of commerce of New York,

report of committee on commercial

education, 697
Chandler school of science, 577
Chautauqua, 823; Gov. Roosevelt at, 825;

opinions of, 832; religion realized,
833; tabular view, 827; the institu-
tion, 826; the salute, 824; the various

schools, 830; Von Holst on, 823
Chautauqua literary and scientific cir-

cles, 828
Chautauqua system of popular educa-

tion, 823; bibliography, 857
Clarke, Isaac Edwards, Art and indus-

trial education, 707
College of the university of Pennsylva

nia, 581
College of technology of Tulane uni-

versity, 583
Colorado school of mines, 589
Columbia college school of mines, 578
Columbian Catholic summer school at

Madison, Wis., 836
Columbia university, college course of

commerce, 698
Commercial and business schools, sta-

tistics, 701
Commercial college, function of, 660
Commercial education, 655
Commercial instruction in colleges, 688;

Columbia university, 688, 697; Uni-
versity of California, 688; University
of Chicago, 688; University of Penn-

sylvania, 688
Commercial instruction in private sec-

ondary schools, 680
Commercial instruction in public schools,

674; Boston high school, 679; Cen-
tral high school of Philadelphia,
677; Hillhouse high school of New
Haven, Conn., 679; Pittsburg high
school, commercial course, 679

D
Dabney, Charles W., Agricultural educa-

tion, 595
Deaf, education of, 773; annals of, 783;

bibliography, 811; English language
method, 778; European schools, 773;
French method, 773; schools in the

United States, 775
Deaf-blind, education of, 797; biblio-

graphy, 813; Bridgman, Laura, 798;
Howe, Dr, extract from report, 799;
Kellar, Helen, 801; Sullivan, Annie

M., 801
Defectives, education of, 771; statistics,

815 (see Deaf, Deaf-blind, and Blind)
Dentistry, 526; dental departments, 527;

dental societies, 528; discoveries and
inventions, 527; growth, 527; inde-
pendent dental schools, 526; legisla-
tion, 531; subjects discussed, 529;
synopsis of present requirements,

531
Design, schools of, 721
Development of popular education,

897
Dewey, Melvil, on home education, 846;

on summer schools, 843
Drawing in schools, anticipated results,

729; a requisite for preparatory study
of science, 729; in American schools,
735; natural divisions, 731; relation
to present movement, 735; universal

teaching of essential, 730
Drexel institute, 590, 680; admission to,

685; art museum, 685; bookkeeping
course, 684; certificates, 685; com-
mercial museum, 685; course of
study, 682; departments, 681, diplo-
mas, 684; evening classes, 686; fees
and terms, 686; gymnasium, 685;
library, 685; office course, 684;
private secretary's course, 684; sten-
ography course, 684

E

Jefferson, Thomas, educational scheme,
Education in the south, 912

913
Education of defectives,

771 (see

Jewish Chautauqua at Atlantic City,
Defectives)

836
Education of the Indian, 939 (see Indian)

Johns Hopkins university, 591
Education of the Negro, 895 (see Negro)

K
F

Kindergarten and object teaching in

public schools, 728
Feeble-minded, education of, 804; bibli.

King, J. E., extracts from address at
ography, 814; report of Dr Howe,

Business teachers' association, 663;
805; schools, 805

advanced bookkeeping, 665; busi-
Field Columbian museum, 887

ness arithmetic, 666; business Eng.
Freedmen's bureau, 914; schools estab-

lish, 668; business practice and office
lished, 915; expenditures, 915

methods, 667; commercial geog-

raphy and history of commerce, 666;
G

commercial law, 666
Gallaudet, Thomas H., 771, 774, 781
Green, John C., school of science, 581

L
Land-grant colleges, 611; statistics, 637,

646, 651
Hailmann, William N., Education of the

Law, 495; admission to the bar after the
Iudian, 939

revolution, 500; admission to the
Hampton institute, 926

bar in colonial days, 498; develop-
Haskell institute, 954

ment of schools since 1858, 495; early
Heffley school, 687

schools, 495; methods of instruction,

497; salaries of teachers, 497; synop-
I

sis of present requirements, 502
Indian day schools, 945

Lawrence scientific school, 575
Indian, education of, 939; conclusion

Lehigh university, 565
and outlook, 961; contract schools,

Leland Stanford, jr university, 583
958; decay of missionary effort, 944;
Eliot, John, 940; government zeal,

M
944; industrial training schools, 953; Manual training, 727; statistics, 747
introduction, 939; period of inaction, Massachusetts institute of technology,
943; persistence of spirit work, 941;

558
present organization, 945; resump- McKinley, William, remarks, 895
tion of work, 943; Sergeant and

Medicine, 506; apprenticeship system,
Wheelock, 941 ; shortcomings, 942; 506; early legislation, 521; early
statistics, 965; supervision, 960.

schools, 506; first public lectures,
Indian non-reservation boarding schools,

506; graded system of instruction,
952

516; hygiene and state medicine, 519;
Indian reservation boarding schools, 947 medical sects, 513; medical socie-
Indian territory, schools, 963

ties, 508; midwifery, 515; present
Industrial education, 707; scope, 744

tendencies, 520; schools and stu-
Industrial era, advent of, 734

dents in 1899, 517; synopsis of pres-

ent requirements, 522
J

Mendenhall, T. C., Scientific, technical
James, Edmund J., Commercial educa- and engineering education, 553
tion, 655

Metropolitan museum of art, 724

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