Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History & Culture Enduring Connections: Exploring Delmarva's Black History

Record Detail

Record #205 from Freedmen's Bureau Correspondence on Schools, 1869-1870

Roll Number 9
Date 7 May 1870
State Maryland
County Cecil
City/Town/Neighborhood Chesapeake City
Other Locations Mentioned
Authors John H. Butler
Position Agent
Recipient W L VanDerlip Supt. of Education
Other Names Mentioned
Message Abstract States that the teacher has orders to close the school at this place, by the society that support her as the number of pupils is small: that the house is well finished and furnished.
Message Body The school here is small and the teacher Miss Hall has orders to close her school on the 15th instant. There is on Rool book 25 scholars with an average attendance of 20 The school House is well finished and all in good condition with a finished set of desks all in good order
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