Annual Report of the Department of Public Instruction of the State of Indiana

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עמוד 3 - State, the number of scholars attending such schools, their sex, and the branches taught; a statement of the number of private or select schools in the State, so far as the same can be ascertained, and the number of scholars attending such schools, their sex, and the branches taught; a statement of the number of teachers...
עמוד 23 - All lands and other estate which shall escheat to the State for want of heirs or kindred entitled to the inheritance...
עמוד 39 - ... and forty acres in each township of six miles square of the unsold lands, should be granted to the inhabitants of such township for the use of schools : That all salt springs within the territory, with lands for the use of the same, not exceeding in the whole, twenty three thousand and fifty acres, should be granted to the state for the use of the people : That five per cent. of the net proceeds of the sale of all the public lands in the territory, should be appropriated to making roads and canals...
עמוד 42 - ... stockholders in said bank, and shall not be expended for any other purpose, until said loan or loans, and the interest thereon, and incidental expenses, shall have been fully paid, and after the payment of said loan or loans, the interest and expenses, the residue of said fund shall be a permanent fund, and appropriated to the cause of common school education in such manner as the general assembly shall hereafter direct.
עמוד 23 - The common school fund shall consist of the congressional township fund, and the lands belonging thereto; The surplus revenue fund; The saline fund, and the lands belonging thereto; The bank tax fund, and the fund arising from the one hundred and fourteenth section of the charter of the State Bank of Indiana...
עמוד 44 - All lands that have been, or may hereafter be, granted to the State, where no special purpose is expressed in the grant, and the proceeds of the sales thereof; including the proceeds of the sales of the swamp lands...
עמוד 10 - In such a territory as ours, in many parts nearly roadless, and intersected by bridgeless streams, and in some of the northern counties, obstructed in communication by impassible swamps, such a system is the only one promising any success. It is indeed strange, that the people have so long submitted to the district system, so replete with inequalities, injustice, and inconveniences, and so deficient in redeeming qualities. So true it is, that we often remain, for a long time, unaware of the serious...
עמוד 10 - there is sense in that. I shall send my children to-morrow.' Another venerable man, nearly seventy years old, as he was paying his tax yesterday to the Treasurer, said, ' I have been paying a heavy school tax for several years, and have derived no benefit therefrom.' I asked him, why? He answered, ' I reside in a remote part of the school district. It is utterly impracticable for me to send to our school-house. There is a school-house in an adjoining township close at hand, but I have no right to...
עמוד 52 - One of the most important, and at the same time the most popular of its publications, is David Thompson's Narrative, edited by Mr. JB Tyrrell. "For Crown and Fur Trade,
עמוד 20 - Females are not only apt to learn, but they are peculiarly apt to teach. They seem designed and fitted by nature as the appropriate educators of childhood. They seem to comprehend by instinct and by intuition, the physical necessities, the intellectual wants, and the moral longings of children. And it seems their peculiar province to train, influence, and govern children.

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