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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			
         STATUS OF METHODISM AND CHRISTIANITY.              107


     Colored School Population, Enrollment and Average.
                       Slave States.-1887-88.
  States.      Ages.       Colored.     Total.      Enrollment.   Average.
Alabama       7 to 21       212,821     485,551       98,396       63,995
Arkansas      6 to 21        99,784     388,165       50,570      .........
Delaware      6 to 21        55,750      42,218        3,569      .........
D. Columbia   6 to 17        18,200      51,500       12,796        9,538
Florida       6 to 21        33,596      63,848       31,566      .........
Georgia       6 to 18       297,657     560,281      120,553      .........
Indiana       6 to 21        17,750     756,980        8,498
Kentucky      6 to 20       102,647     641,658       41,952       23,195
Louisiana     6 to 18       151,384     335,603       46,912       34,262
Maryland      5 to 20        68,409     295,215       32,536       14,221
Mississippi   5 to 51       269,099     471,332      143,825       85,995
Missouri      6 to 20        47,663     838,812       30,469      .........
N. Carolina   6 to 21       216,837     580,019      125,884       75,230
S. Carolina   6 to 18       180,496     281,684      103,334       74,075
Tennessee     6 to 21       161,398     640,014       80,127       56,332
Texas         8 to 16       135,184     525,110       84,463      .........
West Virginia 6 to 21        10,426     256,350        6,130        3,557
Virginia      5 to 21       265,240     610,271      118,831       64,422

    Total ............... 2,264,344   7,825,400    1,140,405      .........



                   THE NEGRO EDUCATION.
                       Colored   Av. Salary  Av. Salary  Av. Pupils  Av. Pupils
                      Teachers.  to Colored.  to White.  Colored.  White.
Alabama.................. 1,833    23.76       24.26      34.9       25.7
District of Columbia.....   222    62.64       69.02      43.0       39.3
Florida .................   620    52.00       52,00      .....      .....
Georgia ................. 2,512    .......     ......     48.0       37.7
Indiana .................   155    .......     ......     27.0       27.0
Kentucky  ............... 1,104    31.15       28.41      22.8       22.9
Louisiana ...............   605    57.80       65.60      50.0       26.6
Maryland ................   281    .......     ......     24.5       26.2
Mississipi ..............  .....   26.94       37.21      .....      .....
Missouri   ..............   468    .......     ......     .....      .....
North Carolina........... 2,617    21.84       26.61      28.8       29.8




			
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