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STATE GOVERNMENT DATA
FROM

A History of the State Of Indiana
by DeWitt C. Goodrich and Charles R. Tuttle
published Indianapolis

1876


Transcribed by K.T.
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STATE GOVERNMENTS (IN 1876)

APPORTIONMENT OF CONGRESSMEN (IN 1876)

1990 Allocation of
ELECTORAL VOTES

STATES

CAPITALS

SALARY
OF
GOVERNORS

STATE
ELECTIONS

LEGISLATURES
MEET

MEMBERS
BY RATIO

FRACTIONS

TOTAL MEMBERS

Alabama

Montgomery

$4,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov.

3d Monday, Nov.

7

54,267

8

9

Arkansas

Little Rock

3,500

Tuesday after 2d Monday, Nov.

1st Tues after 2d Monday, Nov

3

80,446

4

6

California

Sacramento

7,000

1st Wednesday, Sept

1st Monday, Dec

4

21,547

4

54

Connecticut

Hartford

2,000

1st Monday, April

1st Wednesday, May

3

133,429

4

8

Delaware

Dover

1,333

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Tuesday, Jan

1

--

1

3

Florida

Tallahassee

3,500

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Jan

1

53,073

1

25

Georgia

Atlanta

4,000

1st Wednesday, Oct

2d Wednesday, Jan

8

96,709

9

13

Illinois

Springfield

2,500

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Monday, Jan

18

105,741

19

22

Indiana

Indianapolis

8,000

2d Tuesday Oct

1st Wednesday, Jan

12

64,537

13

12

Iowa

Des Moines

2,500

2d Tuesday Oct

2d Tuesday, Jan

2

95,049

3

7

Kansas

Topkea

3,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

2d Tuesday, Jan

2

95,049

3

6

Kentucky

Frankfort

5,000

1st Monday, Aug

1st Monday, Dec

9

108,986

10

8

Louisiana

New ORleans

8,000

1st Monday Nov

1st Monday, Jan

5

53,540

6

9

Maine

Augusta

2,500

2d Monday Sept.

1st Wednesday, Jan

4

88,215

5

4

Maryland

Annapolis

4,500

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Wednesday, Jan

5

107,519

6

10

Massachusetts

Boston

5,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Wednesday, Jan

10

110,601

11

12

Michigan

Lansing

1,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Wednesday, Jan

8

97,459

 9

18

Minnesota

St. Paul

3,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Jan

3

35,681

3

10

Missouri

Jefferson City

5,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

Last Monday, Dec

12

105,195

13

11

Nebraska

Lincoln

1,000

2d Tuesday, Oct

Thursday after 1st Monday, Jan

1

---

1

5

Nevada

Carson City

6,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday,Nov

1st Monday, Jan

1

---

1

4

New Hampshire

Concord

1,000

2d Tuesday, March

1st Monday, June

2

48,950

3

4

New Jersey

Trenton

3,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

2d Tuesday, Jan

6

98,046

7

15

New York

Albany

10,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Tuesday, Jan

32

73, 158

33

33

North Carolina

Raleigh

5,000

1st Thursday, Aug

3d Monday, Nov

7

128,636

8

14

Ohio

Columbus

4,000

2d Tuesday, Oct

1st Monday, Jan

19

106,435

20

21

Oregon

Salem

1,500

1st Monday, June

2d Monday Sept

1

---

1

7

Pennsylvania

Harrisburgh

5,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Tuesday, Jan

26

20,241

27

23

Rhode Island

Providence

1,000

1st Wednesday, April

May and Jan

1

82,678

2

4

South Carolina

Columbia

4,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

4th Monday, Nov

5

32,231

5

8

Tennessee

Nashville

3,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Monday, Oct

9

46,445

10

11

Texas

Austin

5,000

1st Tuesday, Nov

2d Tuesday, Jan

6

10,529

6

32

Vermont

Montpelier

1,000

1st Tuesday Sept

1st Wednesday, Oct

2

61,201

3

3

Virginia

Richmond

5,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Monday, Dec

9

13,088

9

13

West Virginia

Charleston

2,700

2d Tuesday, Oct

2d Wednesday, Jan

3

37,989

3

5

Wisconsin

Madison

5,000

Tuesday after 1st Monday, Nov

1st Wednesday Jan

7

111,945

8

11

ALASKA

 Juneau

 

3

ARIZONA

Phoenix

8

COLORADO

Denver

8

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

 

3

HAWAII

Honolulu

4

IDAHO

Boise

4

MONTANA

Helena

3

NEBRASKA

Lincoln

5

NEVADA

Carson City

4

NEW MEXICO

Santa Fe

5

NORTH DAKOTA

Bismarck

3

SOUTH DAKOTA

Pierre

3

TEXAS

Austin

32

UTAH

Salt Lake City

5

WASHINGTON

Olympia

11

WYOMING

Cheyenne

3

             

Total

538

         

Majority Needed to Elect

270

State Data Index

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State and Territorial Superintendents With Official Titles
Source: School Directory of South Carolina 1935-1936
JAMES H. Hope, State Superintendent of Education COLUMBIA, S. C., pages 142-144

Transcribed by Dena Whitesell

1935-1936 School Superintendents

State

Name

Official Designation

Address

Alabama J. A. Keller State Superintendent of Education Montgomery
Alaska Anthony E. Karnes Commissioner of Education Juneau
Arizona H. E. Hendrix State Superintendent of Public Instruction Phoenix
Arkansas W. E. Phipps State Commissioner of Education Little Rock
California Vierling Kersey State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sacramento
Canal Zone Ben M. Williams Superintendent of Schools Balhoa Heights
Colorado H. A. Tiemann State Superindendent of Public Instruction Denver
Connectieut Ernest W. Butterfield Commissioner of Education Hartford
Delaware H. V. Holloway State Superintendent of Public Instruction Doves
District of Columbia Frank W. Rallou Superintendent of Schools Washington
Florida W. S. Cawthon State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tallahassee
Georgia M. D. Collins Superintendent of Schools Atlanta
Guam George A. Alexander Director of Schools Guam
Hawaii Oren E. Long Superintendent of Public Instruction Honolulu
Idaho John W. Condie State Superintendent of Public Instruction Boise
Illinois John A. Wieland State Superintendent of Public Instruction Springfield
Indiana Floyd I. McMurray State Superintendent of Public Instruction Indianapolis
Iowa Agnes Samuelson State Superintendent of Public Instruction Des Moines
Kansas T. W. Markham State Superintendent of Public Instruction Topeka
Kentucky Harry W. Peters State Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort
Louisiana T. H. Harris State Superintendent of Public Instruction Baton Rouge
Maine Bertram E. Packard State Commissioner of Education Augusta
Maryland Albert S. Cook State Superintendent of Schools Baltimore
Massachusetts Payion Smith Commissioner of Education Boston
Michigan Eugene B. Elliott Superintendent of Public Instruction Lansing
Minnesota J. C. Rockwell Commissioner of Education St. Paul
Mississippi J. F. Vandiver State Superintendent of Schools Jackson
Missouri Lloyd W. King State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jefferson City
Montana Elizabeth Ireland State Superintendent of Public Instruction Helena
Nebraska Charles W. Taylor State Superintendent of Public Instruction Lincoln
Nevada Chauncey W. Smith State Superintendent of Public Instruction Carson City
New Hampshire James N. Pringle Commissioner of Education Concord
New Jersey Charles H. Elliott Commissioner of Education Trenton
New Mexico H. R. Rodgers State Superintendent of Public Instruction Santa Fe
New York Frank P. Graves Commissioner of Education Alhany
North Carolina Clyde A. Erwin Superintendent of Public Instruction Raleigh
North Dakota Edward Erickson State Superintendent of Public Instruction Bismark
Ohio E. L. Bawsher Director of Schools  
Oklahoma John Vaughan State Superintendent of Public Instruction Oklahoma City
Oregon C. A. Howard State Superintendent of Public Instruction Salem
Pennsylvania Lester K. Ade Superintendent of Public Instruction Harrisburg
Philippine Islands Luther B. Bewley Director of Education Manila
Puerto Rico Jose Padin Commissioner of Education Providence
South Carolina James H. Hope State Superintendent of Education Columbia
South Dakota J. F. Hines State Superintendent of Public Instruction Pierre
Tennesse Walter D. Cocking Commissioner of Education Nashville
Texas L. A. Woods State Superintendent Austin
Utah Charles H. Skidmore State Superintendent of Public Instruction Salt Lake City
Vermont Francis L. Bailey Commissioner of Education Montpelier
Virginia Sidney B. Hall State Superintendent of Public Instruction Richmond
Virgin Islands George H. Ivins Director of Education St. Thomas
Washington N. D. Showalter State Superintendent of Public Instruction Olympia
West Virginia W. W. Trent State Superintendent of Public Instruction Charleston
Wisconsin Geo. P. Hembrecht State Superintendent of Public Instruction Madison
Wyoming Jack R. Gage State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cheyenne


 


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