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TABLE 11.- Statistics of State public institutions for the blind, 1894-95.

Receipts. Expenditures. Value of Value of Volumes Annual

State,

From

Buildings scientitic grounds counts, or

in Name.

State, cost per

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appropri..city for
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ments.

ations. building.
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California Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind
5

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12' Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind..
13 Louisiana Institution for the Education of the Blind and Industrial Home for the Blind *.
14 Maryland School for Colored Blind and Deaf..
13 Maryland School for the Blind
16 Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind.
17 Michigan School for the Blind.
18 Minnesota School for the Blind.
19 Institution for the Blind of Mississippi.
20 Missouri School for the Blind
21 Montana Deaf and Blind School.
22 Nebraska Institution for the Blind *

Now York State Institution for the Blind
New York Institution for the Blind *
North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind.

Ouio Institution for the Education of the Blind.
27 Oregon School for the Blind..
28 | Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of the Blind
29 Western Pennsylvania Institution b.

South Carolina Institution for the Education of the Deaf and the Blind.
31 Tennessee School for the Blind..
32 Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Institute for Colored Youth.
33 Institution for the Blind
34 Virginia Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb and of the Blind *
35 Washington School for Defective Youth.
36 West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.
37 Wisconsin School for the Blind..

200
282

1.779
5, 600

45, 000
30, 8900
33, 0.56
16, 703
22, 606
7,500
4, 600
28, 127
30,000
19, 221
16, 212
16,000
28, 000

2,141
13. 500
40,000
123, 695
26, 800
55,719
13,000
56, 803

5, 690
1,000

250
536

25, 000

350

0
400

150
5,739

1, 200
4, 000

0
1,313
1,483
3,000
1,016
3, 357

373
6, 558

29,500

2, 144
50,000
10,000
133, 443

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261
200
206
235
340

75,000
378,000
384, 957

75, 000
750,000

17,000
164, 806

9,000
8,709

5, 000

100
2,000

55, 749
15, 200
27, 869

2, 000

1, 3001

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Alabama Academy for the Blind
2 Alabama School for Negro Deat: Mutes and Blind,*
3 Arkansas School for the Blind
4

Colorado School for the Deat and the Blini.
1
0 Florida Institute for the Blind, Deaf, and Dumb.
7 Georgia Academy for the Blind c..
8 Illinois Institution for the Education of the Blind
9 Indiana Institute for the Education of the Blind *
10 Iowa College for the Blind.
11 Kansas Institution for the Education of the Blind

* From 1893-94.

a The Bureau has received no statistics from this institution since 1880-90.

o The Bureau has received no statistics from this institution since 1891-02.

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TABLE 12.-Summary of statistics of State public institutions for the feeble-minded, 1894-95.

TABLE 13.-Statistics of State public institutions for the feeble-minded, 1894–95.

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37 Shoemaking (4), engine room (2), laundry

(8), carpenter (1), on grounds (8), curing

fruit (10).
60 Shoemaking (7), brush making (18), mattress

inaking (8), embroidery (28), Jaundry (25),
farm (15), garden (30), tailoring (7), lace

making (6), dressmaking (15).
95 Carpentry (5), shoemaking (12), tailoring (9),

bakery (4), gardening (10), tlorist (3), farm-
ing (15), mattress making 6), plumbing
and steam titting (3), stable work (6), cook.
ing (6), dressmaking (15), sewing (20),

laundering (25).
G6 Sewing (81), domestic (55), laundry (20), wood

carving and turning (12), carpenter (1),

farm (20), engineering (3), brickyard (5).
107 Farm work.

4

Glenwood, Iowa

16

12

29

364

258

48

Iowa Institution for Feeblo. Frances M. Powell.... 6

Minded Children.

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100

Sewing (24), shoemaking (10), broom making

(10), gardening (10).
All the children have systematic training in

industrial work, according to their ability,
such as domestic work, farming, carpen-
try, painting, sewing, laundry work, etc.

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Brass hammering (3), scroll sawing (12),

brush making (31), mat making (34), sew.
ing (60), laco making (13), hammock mak.

ing (4).
Brush making (20), needlework (12).

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Vineland, NJ

11

8

25

151

63

24

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5

5

0

71

12

New Jersey Training School for S. Olin Garrison

Feeble-Minded Children.
New Jersey State Institution for Mary J. Dunlap, M.D.

Feeble-Minded Women.f
State Custodial Asylum for C. W. Winspear

Feeble-Minded Women.

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13 Newark, N.Y.

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2

28

0

371

60

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5 Sewing (10), washing and ironing (30), cook

ing (6), honsework (8). 15 Sewing (50), knitting, crocheting, and fancy

work (25), mending, laundry work, and

all household employment (125).
100 | Sewing (25), washing (6), ironing (6), tailor-

ing (21), basket making (4), mattress mak.
ing (20), tinsmithing (5), shoemaking (9),

gardening (11).
33 Carpenter shop (2), shoe shop (6), bakery (3),

tailoring (7), sewing (78), mat making (4),
farm and garden (22), painting (1), engi.
neering (2), ironing (16), knitting (12), laun-

dry (10), etc.
306 Sewing (59), ironing (2), dining room work

(12), tailoring (6), baking (3), carpentering
(2), shoemaking (15), pipe fitting (2), paint-
ing (3), farming and gardening (76), caring

for stock (5)
40 Tailoring (16), farming (21), mattress making

(29), baking (7), carpentering (12), ham-
mock making (19), shoemaking (7), paint-

ing (7), laundry (65).
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From 1892-93.

TABLE 14.- Statistics of Slate public institutions for the feeble-minded, 1894–95.

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