Annual Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of the State of New-York. Made to the Legislature . . New York State.
Annual Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of the State of New-York. Made to the Legislature . . .
“The whole number of organized school districts in the State is 9,690”

Annual Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools of the State of New-York. Made to the Legislature . . .

Albany: Printed by Croswell, 1833, 1834, 1837, 1838 and 1839. Item #624

Together five reports plus three miscellaneous government documents, concerning the sovereignty of South Carolina (1833) and the other referencing the banking system.


Thick 8vo.  240 x 150 mm., [9 ½ x 6 inches].  Contemporary calf spine and tips over marbled paper boards, title ‘Reports on N.Y. Com. Schools’ gilt on spine; joints cracked yet sound.


These Reports provide an overview of the Common Schools of New York,  county by county and subdivided by city and towns.  The Reports included tables showing the operations of each system and provide statistics to numerous questions documenting the annual cost of operation associated with each school district. 

The miscellaneous report titled government document No. 34, In Senate, January 29, 1833, was produced by the New York State Senate and is thorough discussion of the debate over ‘states rights’ and the relationship of the Federal Constitution to constitutions of sovereign states.  This was initiated by tariff issues that had impact on the State of South Carolina and other Southern States.

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Price: $200.00

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