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[ED. FORM, No. 4.]

on Education of Freedmen and Refugees in Sub-District, State of Georgia in charge of CB Blacker Agt. Bureau. &.c.  for the Month of October 1868, [in accordance with order contained in Circular No. 5, Bureau R., F., & A.L.]

1. Name of your Sub-District? Cass Gordon and Pickins [[Pickens]] Counties 

2. Whole number of Refugee or Freedmen's Schools in the District? 0
Day? 0  
Night? 0  

3. Location of Schools? All Schools in Dist has vacation until 1st Dec 1868.  

4. Whole number of Teachers? 0 
White? 0
Colored? 0

5. Names and post-office address of Day-School Teachers? 0 

6. Whole number of School-Houses for Freedmen in your District? 0 
Their condition, capacity, value, and by whom owned? 0 

7. Number of your visits to Schools? 0 
Day? 0  
Night? 0 

8. Number of educational meetings held by you during the month? 2
Where? Cartersville Cass County Geo  

9. Number and names of places, now destitute, in which Day-Schools might be organized? Stilesborro [[Stilesboro]] Faremount [[Fairmount]] Adairsville 

10. Number of pupils (estimated) who would attend such Schools? 150

11. Amount which would probably be raised by the Freedmen, for school purposes, in each destitute neighborhood? enough to board Teacher 

12. What efforts are you making to secure the support of schools by pupils, parents, boards of education, or the State government? trying to organize Educational Associations 

13. Whole number of additional School-houses, for Freedmen, now wanted in your Sub-District? three

14. Could you organize your Sub-District into School Districts, each with a School Committee pledged to carry on schools therein? yes

15. To what extent would help from without be needed in such cases? build school houses

16. What is the public sentiment as to the education of the Freedmen and Poor Whites? good 

17. Are Night-Schools for Adults needed in your District? 0 
In what way could they be carried on? day School Teachers 

18. What more can this Bureau do for educating the children of Refugees (or Poor Whites)? build School houses

19. How long will Northern charitable aid be needed for Freedmen and Refugee Schools of your District? Needed very Much at present 

I hereby certify, on honor, that I have given personal attention to the matters herein named, and that the answers given are, according to my best knowledge and belief, correct.

CB Blacker
[[strikethrough]] Sub-Asst. Com. [[/strikethrough]] Agt, Bureau R., F., & A.L.