|s288_b001_f01_01||Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools for Freedmen, 1866||Text||African Americans--Education|
Segregation in education
Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools for Freedmen, 1866
- This report contains Florida's Freedmen's Bureau School Superintendent E.B. Duncan's views on the progress of black education in the first year after the Civil War. Includes Duncan's impression of sabbath schools, day schools and night schools, as well as their overall progress and lack of funds and books. Also contains information on teachers, legislative actions regarding the education of freedmen and the number of schools and pupils in the state.