By: WM. L. MASON, Secretary.
Baraga County is a very sparsely settled one, and has a total of fourteen school buildings containing twenty school rooms. There are also two government schools for Indians, which do not come under the supervision of this Board. The greater number of our schools are in country districts, and several of the buildings are of most primitive construction. In L'Anse, Baraga and Spurr Mountain, however, we have excellent buildings, fully equipped to suit the modern ideas and principles of teaching.
COUNTY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
The effect of our County Teachers' Association is early noticed, and I cannot too strongly recommend its continuation.
The marked success with which our schools have been conducted in the
last year, and the perfect harmony which has existed between all parties
concerned, have been of so high a grade that further comment seems
Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction
By Dept. of Public Instruction, Michigan Dept. of Public Instruction, Michigan 1891
- History of Otter Lake written in 1927-28 by students contains student names.