Colored School in 1888

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Colored School in 1888 - j j j Grant everything in reason to the cause :...
j j j Grant everything in reason to the cause : of education. Tin-: Tin-: Tin-: Colored School. ' Not having the time, as we have said to j visit this, we give the informatkn furnished us bv one of the committee : who continued his ride. In this school there are live grades The first erad" is taught bv Mrs. l ord and Mis3 Mary Dickson, and contains S."i pupils. The second grade is taught by II. B. Brown and contains !' pupils. The third grade is Li ig'..' by K. A. Lipscomb, and contains -'s -'s pupils The fourth and fifth gra.h - are taught by B. C. Suggs, an i contains. gT pupils. i he -iv-' -iv-' -iv-' ;m and order of exercises is n.i. .. ii . -ame -ame as witnessed at the white 6 i "' : 1 the visitors expressed much ft!.-..'. ft!.-..'. ft!.-..'. ' .. in their observations.

Clipped from Asheville Citizen-Times16 May 1888, WedPage 1

Asheville Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina)16 May 1888, WedPage 1
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