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Oldtown, 1858, Superintending School Comm. Report on promotion of education of the Penobscot Indians
Thirty-seventh Legislature. Senate. No. 1 On December 31, 1857, the three man Superintending School Committee reported on the schools for Penobscot
Indians. There were two schools on two different islands. The male teacher made $40 per month, and two female teachers made $4.50 per week. The
ages of attendees were 6-35. The local priest had changed his mind and encouraged attendance. There were details about who read at what grade level;
most students had made good progress in all subjects. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of Congress).
Title:   I have the honor herewith to lay before the legislature, a return of the Superintending School Committee of the town of Oldtown, agreeably to the provisions of a resolve, entitled a "Resolve to promote the education of the Penobscot Indians" ... .
OCLC Number:   1433161719
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