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

                      Colored  Av Salary   Av. Salary  Av. Pupils  Av. Pupils
                      Teachers  to Colored.  To White  Colored.      White.
South Carolina ....... 1,592    .....         .....     .....         .....
Tennessee ............ 2,157    .....         .....      25.8         25.1
Texas ................ .....    .....         .....      38.5         37.0
Virginia ............. 19.09    .....         .....      33.7         23.3
West Virginia.........   173    .....         .....      20.60        23.4
     I append the following synopsis taken from the reports of the
State officers of Tennessee for 1888.
     The total scholastic population is 652,508, of which 489,674 are
white and 162,834 are colored.  The white population is thus 75 per
cent. and the colored population 25 per cent. of the total.  Six thous-
and eight hundred and fifty-one schools have been maintained for an
average  period of seventy-nine days.  Of these 5427 are for whites
and 1424 for colored, 79 per cent. being white and 21 colored.     Seven
thousand four hundred and thirty-nine teachers have been employed.
Of these 5875 are white and 1564 are colored, 79 per cent. being
white and 21 colored.  The total number of pupils in average daily
attendance is 278,876.  Of these 220,538 are white and 58,338 are
colored, 79 per cent. being white and 21 colored.



The Status of the Colored Baptists in the United States in 1881.
   State.                              Churches.  Ministers.    Members.
Alabama.................................  278        135         30,661
Arkansas ...............................  234        134         16,585
District of Columbia ...................   10          8          3,800
Florida ................................  141         75         13,168
Georgia ................................ 1O11        577        112,717
Illinois ...............................   70         45          3,665
Indiana ................................    2         28          4,200
Iowa ...................................   12          7            595
Kentucky ...............................  250        127         47,356
Louisiana ..............................  384        236         38,045
Michigan ...............................    1          7            383
Mississippi ............................  508        268         42,260
Missouri................................  147         70         10,982
North Carolina .........................  818        434         79,918




			
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