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Office Sub. Asst. Comm'r
Bureau of R.F and A.L.
Crockett. Houston Co Texas.
November 30th. 1868.

G.C.S. Roberts
A.A.A. General
Bureau R.F. and A.L.
Austin, Texas.

A perfect apathy exists on the part of both race and the people as a general thing, have almost intirely neglected to provide a sufficient number of school houses or teachers for the large number of children in the County, who are growing up in ignorance. They may be a afected by State and Government aid and a better desire on the part of parents for the education of their children.

[[5 columned table]]
| Name of Teacher | By whom is teacher paid. | School where located | Total pupils attending Day school. | Remarks|
| Mr Hall | Public | Tyler Prarie| 50 |  |
[[/5 columned table]]

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