1907 private laws – Ch. 51 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 51 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION OF GRANVILLE COUNTY TO ESTABLISH A SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT IN OAK HILL TOWNSHIP. Whereas, there are some thirty or thirty-five white children of school age in Oak Hill Township, Granville County, who cannot reach any public school in the county because of the fact that there are several dangerous creeks between the locality in which said children reside and the public schools as now located; and whereas, there exists a necessity for the establishment in said township of a special school district, with less than sixty-five white children of school age therein, in order that the children living between said creeks may have the benefits of the public schools; and whereas, the County Board of Education of Granville County recommends the establishment of a special school district in said township, The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the County Board of Education of Granville County be and it is hereby authorized to establish a special school district in Oak Hill Township, for the white race, with less than sixty-five white children of school age therein, the boundaries of the said special school district to be fixed by the said county board of education, so that the school therein shall be located and taught not more than one mile from Evans store, in said township.

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