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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			
  92            STATUS OF METHODISM AND CHRISTIANITY.

       The former master is pouring his wealth at the feet of the forces
of universal education.   He is crystalizing the hopes  of the coming
glory of his country and age, in the institutions of learning, in found-
ing colleges, and supporting common schools for the training of all
both small and great, in the duties of citizenship.
       But how grand the outlook, how bright the hopes for the future
are seen in the following figures:
                      SCHOOLS FOR COLORED PUPILS.
                                                  1880  Teachers.    Pupils.
Public schools South  .........................17,398   17,398     802,282
Public schools North ..........................   441      450      21,573

       Total ..................................17,689   17,848     823,945
Normal schools  ...............................    48      258       7,621 
Institutions of secondary instruction .........    34      126       5,284
Universities and colleges .....................    19      133       2,503
Theological schools ...........................    25       65         625
Schools of Law ................................     4       13          55
Schools of Medicine ...........................     2       18         116
Schools for deaf and dumb .....................     2       19         120

     Total .....................................   133      635      16,324
Grand total schools .................................................... 17,822
Grand total teachers.................................................... 18,482
Grand total pupils......................................................840,274

    THE NUMBER OF COLORED TEACHERS IN  UNITED STATES.  1880.

Colored male teachers .................................................. 10,520
Colored female teachers ................................................  5,314

     Colored teachers .................................................. 15,854

                                   1882.
Colored male teachers .................................................. 11,115
Colored female teachers ................................................  5,750

     Both sexes......................................................... 16,865




			
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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism


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