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distance and that School accommodation for 300. Scholars should be provided in the town of Corinth. The white Citizens, of every grade, are favorable to the school. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen, acting with an equal number of Colored Citizens, are acting as visitors to the School:- making monthly visits and examining the pupils. There are several applications made to this Office for assistance in the building of School Houses for Freedmen, from various points in this District. At Reizi Miss, the Freedmen have raised the Sum of Two hundred and fifty Dollars, but are unable to complete the building, for want of funds: also one at Sathill, Miss, where a large School could be established, also other places, destitute of Schools: Iuka, Baldwin, Kossuth, Ripley, Jacinto: the Citizens of the above named towns, are anxious to assist in the erection of Freedmens Schools, but ask support from the Bureau. In rendering this Report, I would further state that, though properly directed, the Teacher of the Freedmens School at Pontotoc, Miss, has failed to render her Report for May 1867. If favorable action is taken in this matter, I will forward my Estimate for the amount of funds required.- Very Respy, Major, Your Obedt Servant John D Moore 1st Lt. V.R.C. Ass't Sub. Comm'r
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