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ional appropriations for geological surveys......March 16, 1899
[In 1829 the Spanish population of New Mexico was 43,433, and it had eighteen schools taught by eighteen teachers.
The Territory in 1900 had 53,008 children of school age, of whom 47,700 were enrolled as scholars in the public schools, with an average daily attendance of 31,800; number of schools, 800; number of teachers, 1,000; value of school property, $1,000,000.]
Dedication of the new capitol......June 4, 1900
Bernard S. Rodey, Republican, defeats O. A. Larrazola, Democrat, for delegate to Congress, receiving 21,557 out of a total vote of 39,414......Nov. 5, 1900
Public interest aroused in the preservation of the historic ruins west of the Rio Grande near Española, and Congress is appealed to to establish there a national park.
The three best ruins are the Puye, Pajarito, and the old Cochiti, all of which were known to have been occupied in the sixteenth century......October, 1900
Daniel H. McMillan ap