1897 public laws – Ch. 108 Sec. 9

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CHAPTER 108 An act to revise and improve the public school system of North Carolina. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

The school committee shall establish and locate in their district, schools for the white race and schools for the colored race, and in so doing shall consult the convenience of the white children in locating the schools for the whites and the convenience of the colored children in locating the schools for the colored: Provided, however, that there shall not be established in any school district a greater number of schools for either race than will give each school an average of fewer than sixty-five pupils.

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