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83. Johnsonville [ED. FORM, No. 3.] TEACHER'S MONTHLY SCHOOL REPORT For the month of November, 1869. District or County, Johnsonville. State, of Tennessee Name of School, F A Soc of M. E. Ch. Name of Teacher, Mary Leewood Size of the building 24 by 30 ft Fill and return Material of which constructed Frame Building Value of the house? $600 Value of the lot? $100 Entered Forwarded Received EXPLANATIONS. If any of the within questions cannot be answered by the Teacher, they may be left for the Superintendent. Place each answer, to the extent of your knowledge, opposite the question, and he will fill the remaining spaces. Night and Sabbath Schools taught by a group of Teachers should be reported but once. In the "Remarks" notice any important fact which the blank does not call for. It is hoped that the Educational Societies will adopt this form of Report; if so, the Bureau can furnish the blanks. ☞ Should more extended forms be used, it would oblige the Commissioner to have them include all the items of this. BUREAU R., F., AND A.L., Washington, D.C. October 1, 1868.
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