BY-LAWS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, WITH RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, IN THE CITY OF BROOKLYN. ADOPTED SEPT. 4, 1849.

Brooklyn: Printed by I. Van Anden, 1849. Original printed wrappers, stitched. 46, [2 blanks] pp. Light occasional dusting, Very Good.

The Board of Education was created by an 1843 statute. This, with other relevant laws relating to common schools in Brooklyn, is printed here. The pamphlet also lists the thirteen School Districts, with boundaries. "The whole city constitutes one district for colored children." Rules, regulations for the schools, and other documents are printed. Item #30984

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