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TABLE 44.- Statistics of schools and of collegiate departments of science (mining, engineering, agriculture, manual training, fo.) not endowed with the
national land grant, for 1885–86; from replies to inquiries by the United States Bureau of Education-PART I.
17 Ianorer, N. II
Chandler scientif department of Rev. Samuel C. Bartlett, D.D., LL. D 1851 18 Hanover, N. 11
Thayer School of Civil Engineering Rev. Samuel C. Bartlett, D.D., LLD 1871
(Dartmouth College). 19 Hoboken, NJ Stovena Institute of Technology. Henry Morton, rz, D
1871 20 Princeton, NJ
John C. Green School of Scienco (Col. Rev. James McCosh, D.D., LL. D 1873
lege of New Jersey).
Science and Art.
D., L. H. D.
Scientifie department University of Henry M. MacCracken, vice-chancel 1871
U.S. A., superintendent. 28 Cleveland, Ohio. Case School of Applied Science. Cady Staley, PH.D.....
1881 29 Allegheny, Pa
School of Engineering and Chemistry Milton B. Goff, LL.D., chancellor. 1882
(Western University of Pennsylva
Pardee scientific department of La Rev. James H. Mason Knox, D.D., 1866
1866 gineering, Mining, and Metallurgy
George Nichols, acting president.. 1834
School of Civil and Military Engineer. General G. W. C. Lee
ing (Washington and Lee Úniver.
sity). 41 | New Market, Va. New Market Polytechnic Institute.. William H. Smith, A. M.
1870 42 University of Virginia, Scientific department University of Charles S. Venable, LL.D., chairman 1825 Va. Virginia.
From Report of the Commissioner of Education for
year 1884-'85. a Roported with classical departwent. (See Table 39.)
0 Also reported in table of military schools.
d Seo report of Sterens Fligli School (Table 29).
TABLE 44.-Statistics of schools of science (mining, engineering, 8-c.) not endowed with the national land grant, for 1885–86, 8c.- Part II.
20 John C. Green School of Science (College of New Jersey)
ton and Lee University)
• From Report of the Commissioner of Education for f Also 2 years at sea.
A department for electivo graduate study only.
i Special grant for increase of endowment.
k Value of apparatus. d Value of scientific apparatus.
i To residents of Now Jersey; $225 to others. e Also reported in table of military schools.
m Congressional appropriation.
n School building, including library, was burned Oct. 37, 18R6. o In drawing school. p These statistics are for the year 1884-'85.
Includes value of museum.
Includes Loard. & Stato pays $125 for each resident student. t All Virginia students attend most of the courses
in scientific department without tuition fees.
The chief particulars of the current record of the professional schools of the United States, as reported from the several States and Territories, are presented in the sum. maries of the tables. Considering the country by geographical sections, the totals appear as follows: TABLE 45.-Summary of statistics of professional schools by geographical sections.