History of the Marist Brothers in the United States
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APPENDIX E
The Schools of the North America Province in 1911**

1.

Iberville

Canada

f.1885

4 Brothers

140 Students

2.

Montreal
(St. Peter)

Canada

f.1886

17 Brothers

708 Students

3.

Upton

Canada

f.1887

3 Brothers

78 Students

4.

Roxton Falls

Canada

f.1887

3 Brothers

106 Students

5.

St. Vincent de Paul College Laval

Canada

f.1888

11 Brothers

110 Students

6.

St. Vincent de Paul Day School

Canada

f.1888

2 Brothers

47 Students

7.

Levis

Canada

f.1888

8 Brothers

382 Students

8.

Waterloo

Canada

f.1889

4 Brothers

129 Students

9.

Granby

Canada

f.1889

16 Brothers

225 Students

10.

Graby Day School

Canada

f.1890

6 Brothers

260 Students

*11.

Manchester

U.S.

f.1890

14 Brothers

718 Students

*12.

New York (St. Ann's)

U.S.

f.1892

17 Brothers

145 Students

*13.

New York (St. Jean Baptiste)

U.S.

f.1892

9 Brothers

495 Students

*14.

Lawrence (St. Ann)

U.S.

f.1892

 11 Brothers

450 Students

*15.

Lowell (St. Joseph)

U.S.

f.1892

19 Brothers

920 Students

16.

Beauceville

Canada

f.1894

13 Brothers

156 Students

17.

St. Romuald

Canada

f.1897

6 Brothers

160 Students

18.

Riverval

Canada

f.1897

8 Brothers

240 Students

19.

Quebec

Canada

f.1899

12 Brothers

405 Students

20.

Beloeil

Canada

f.1900

3 Brothers

82 Students

21.

Charlesbourg

Canada

f.1900

4 Brothers

101 Students

22.

Murray-Bay

Canada

f.1901

7 Brothers

172 Students

23.

Chicoutimi

Canada

f.1901

10 Brothers

315 Students

24.

Bagotville

Canada

f.1902

4 Brothers

125 Students

*25.

Haverhill (Mass.)

U.S.

f.1903

9 Brothers

430 Students

*26.

New York (St. Agnes)

U.S.

f.1903

6 Brothers

540 Students

27.

Baie-St. Paul

Canada

f.1904

6 Brothers

180 Students

28.

St. Hilaire

Canada

f.1906

3 Brothers

60 Students

*29.

Montreal (St. Michael)

Canada

f.1907

5 Brothers

247 Students

30.

Villemarie

Canada

f.1907

3 Brothers

108 Students

*31.

Poughkeepsie, NY

U.S.

f.1908

6 Brothers

277 Students

32.

Montreal (St. Denis)

Canada

f.1910

13 Brothers

520 Students

33.

Montreal (St. Georges)

Canada

f.1910

6 Brothers

157 Students

34.

New York (St. Paul)

U.S.

f.1910

3 Brothers

173 Students

*35.

St. Boniface Col.

Canada

f.1910

3 Brothers

54 Students

36.

St. Jean-Deschaillons

Canada

f.1910

4 Brothers

118 Students

Training Houses of the Province 1911

1.

Iberville Provincial House

Canada

f.1903

18

stu. bros.

2.

Iberville Scholasticate

Canada

f.1898

32

juniors

3.

St. Hyacinthe Juniorate

Canada

f.1890

32

juniors

4.

St. Hyacinthe Novitiate

Canada

f.1892

28

candidates

5.

Levis Juniorate

Canada

f.1899

50

juniors

*6.

Poughkeepsie Juniorate

U.S.

f.1906

36

juniors

*7.

Poughkeepsie Novitiate

U.S.

f.1908

26

candidates

*8.

Poughkeepsie Scholasticate

U.S.

f.1910

8

stu. bros.

** Bulletin de l'Institut, Volume II, (March 1911), pp. 97-98

* Houses and schools assigned to the United States Province in 1911.

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APPENDIX F
The Schools of the United States Province in 1959

City School Found. Bros. Students
1. Lowell, Mass. St. Joseph High S. 1892 10 189
2. New York City St. Agnes H. S. 1903 12 380
3. Bronx, N.Y.
Bronx, N.Y.
Mt. St. Michael H. S.
Mt. St. Michael G. S.
1926
1926

67

1249
*4. Haverstraw, N.Y. St. Peters G. S. 1931 4 129
5. Wheeling, W. V.A. Central Catholic H. S. 1933 14 407
6. Lawrence, Mass. Central Catholic H. S. 1935 35 920
*7. Augusta, Ga. Aquinas High School 1939 6 131
8. Bronx, N.Y. Cardinal Hayes H. S. 1940 18 2607
*9. Bronx, N.Y. St. Helena H. S. 1946 29 1305
10. Bronx, N.Y. Bishop Dubois 1947 9 502
*11. Manhasset, L.I. St. Mary's H. S. 1950 17 522
*12. Rego Park, L.I. Resur.-Ascension G. S. 1954 7 266
*13. Bayonne, N.J. Marist High School 1954 19 404
*14. Jamaica, L.I.
Jamaica, L.I.
Archbishop Molloy H.S.
Archbishop Molloy G.S.
1957
1957

57
283
1356
15. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Holy Trinity G. S. 1957 4 170
*16. Laredo, Texas
Laredo, Texas
St. Joseph Acad. HS
St. Joseph Acad. GS
1957
1957

13

68
*17. Brownsville, Texas
Brownsville, Texas
St. Joseph Acad. HS
St. Joseph Acad. GS
1957
1957

9
145
350
18. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Our Lady of Lourdes 1958 4 112

Mission Schools of the United States Province

*1. Cotabato, Ph. Is. Notre Dame H. S. 1948
*2. Marbel, Ph. Is. Notre Dame H.S. 1950
*3. Marbel, Ph. Is. Notre Dame College 1954
*4. Lagao, Ph. Is. Notre Dame H. S. 1952
*5. Kidapawan, Ph. Is. Notre Dame H. S. 1954
*6. Dadiangas, Ph. Is. Notre Dame H. S. 1956
7. Kobe, Japan Marist Bros. School 1957

Houses of Study of the United States Province

*1. Esopus, New York Marist Provincialate 1952 14
*2. Esopus, New York Marist Preparatory 1942 14
3. Poughkeepsie, NY Marian College 1946 20
4. Tyngsboro, Mas. St. Joseph Novit. 1949 16
5. Hyattsville, Md. Champagnat Hall 1939 5

* Indicates this establishment assigned to Esopus Province.

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APPENDIX G
1960 Statistics of the United States Provinces*

Province of Esopus Brothers Students
1. Aquinas High School, Augusta, Ga. 6 153
2. Archbishop Molloy High School, New York City 29 1791
3. Christopher Columbus High School, Miami, Fla. 6 469
4. Marist High School, Bayonne, N.J. 17 422
5. Marist Provincialate, Esopus, N.Y.
Marist Brothers Novitiate, Esopus, N.Y.
9 61
6. Marist Preparatory, Esopus, N.Y. 15 76
7. Resurrection-Ascension G.S., New York City 8 224
8. Roselle Catholic S., Roselle, N.J. 3 146
9. St. Joseph Academy, Brownsville, Texas 9 259
10. St. Joseph Academy, Laredo, Texas 13 314
11. St. Helena H. S., New York City 31 1156
12. St. Mary's H. S., New York City 20 693
13. St. Peter's G. S., Haverstraw, NY
Marist College (Poughkeepsie Province)
Brothers in other provinces
4
46
9           
142

            
234 5906

Province of Poughkeepsie
1. Bishop Dubois H. S., New York City 8 523
2. Cardinal Hayes H. S., New York City 17 3000**
3. Central Catholic H. S., Lawrence, Mass. 34 915
4. Central Catholic H. S., Wheeling, W. Va. 12 458
5. Holy Trinity G. S., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 4 205
6. Marist College, Poughkeespie, N.Y. 64 460
7. Marist Hall Provincial House, Cold Spring, N.Y.
Marist Hall Juniorate, Cold Spring, N.Y.

10

60
8. Mount St. Michael, New York City 63 1618
9. Our Lady of Lourdes H. S., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 13 368
10. St. Agnes H. S., New York City 11 379
11. St. Joseph H. S., Lowell, Mass. 9 261
12. St. Joseph Novitiate, Tyngsboro, mass 19 70
Brothers in other provinces 18        249     
282 8566

District of the Philippine Islands 35 3404

* Marist Supervisor of Schools Archives: December 1960
** Other members of the Cardinal Hayes faculty omitted in this list work on a departmental basis. The number of students taught by the Marist Brothers cannot be determined.

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APPENDIX H
The Numerical Growth of the Province 1911-1960


Year Brothers Communities Schools
1911 163 16 12
1912 160 16 12
1913 175 19 15
1914 180 18 14
1915 170 19 15
1916 165 18 14
1917 152 18 14
1918 172 15 11
1919 167 16 12
1920 161 15 11
1921 179 14 10
1922 173 15 10
1923 171 12 10
1924 168 14 10
1925 171 15 9
1926 173 15 10
1927 189 15 10
1928 200 15 10
1929 203 15 10
1930 211 15 10
1931 211 16 11
1932 204 16 11
1933 216 17 12
1934 217 16 11
1935 221 17 12
1936 227 17 12
1937 225 17 12
1938 230 17 12
1939 231 18 12
1940 232 18 12
1941 243 18 12
1942 249 18 12
1943 275 18 12
1944 285 19 13
1945 292 19 13
1946 291 18 12
1947 305 18 12
1948 314 19 13
1949 321 18 13
1950 347 19 12
1951 384 18 13
1952 421 17 13
1953 442 17 13
1954 454 19 15
1955 458 19 15
1956 479 20 15
1957 492 21 16
1958 508 23 18
1959 527

Province of Esopus
1959 250 12 12
1960 245 13 13
1961 254 14 14

Province of Poughkeepsie
1959 277 13 12
1960 283 14 13
1961 302 14 13

Progress in the Provincial Mission Projects
1946 3
1947 4
1948 7 1 1
1949 7 1 1
1950 10 2 2
1951 13 2 2
1952 17 3 3
1953 18 3 3
1954 22 4 4
1955 21 4 4
1956 23 4 4
1957 29 5 5
1958 35 6 6
1959 32 8 8
1960 13 2 2
1961 19 2 2

Philippine District
1960 35 7 7
1961 41 7 7

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APPENDIX I
Affiliated Members of the United States Provinces*

No. Affiliates Year
22 Dr. Charles J. McCambridge, Poughkeepsie 1934
23 Dr. James E. McCambridge, Poughkeepsie 1934
24 Rev. Auguste Tapin, New York City 1934
25 Mr. John E. Mack, Poughkeepsie 1934
26 Dr. John Foster & Family, Manchester, N.H. 1934
27 Mrs. Margaret McMahon, New York City 1934
69 Mr. William Hanley, New York City 1939
70 Dr. Michael Egan, Savannah, Ga. 1939
71 Mrs. J. E. Kelly, Savannah, Ga. 1939
87 Most Rev. Thomas J. McDonnell, New York City 1944
100 Dr. William F. Steinbugler, New York City 1948
103 Mr. George McGee, Poughkeepsie 1948
106 Dr. James Toomey, Poughkeepsie 1949
114 Mr. Michael A. Casey, Lawrence, Mass 1949
115 Mrs. Mary L. Kilcoyne, Lawrence, Mass. 1949
116 Most Rev. John J. Swint, Wheeling, W. Va. 1950
117 Rt. Rev. Aloysius Dineen, New York City 1950
133 Mr. Francis J. Carroll, New York City 1951
137 Mr. and Mrs. William P. McGrath, New York City 1951
161 Mr. Edward A. Glancey, Lawrence, Mass. 1955
162 Dr. Anthony J. Cerrato, New York City 1955
175 Dr. Raymond McFarlin, Poughkeepsie 1958
194 Mr. Walter A. Griffin, Lawrence, Mass. 1960
195 Mr. Raymond Dean, Lawrence, Mass. 1960
196 Mr. James J. McCann, Lawrence, Mass. 1960

Year Country Brothers Students
1947 Portugal 44 672
1948 Philippine Islands 32 2597
1948 Mozambique 21 496
1949 Malaya 49 6222
1949 Singapore
1949 Nigeria 54 1482
1949 Hong Kong 27 1070
1950-1958 Indonesia
1951 Japan 14 235
1952 Ruanda 18 1786
1954 Angola 10 530
1956 Bolivia 7 111
1957 Equador 7 320
1958 Central Africa 7 952
1960 British Borneo 3
French Equitorial Africa 4 373
- 1914 Palestine
- 1939 Egypt

Statistics of the Marist Institute**
Marist Schools 695
Marist Brothers 9153
Marist Students 298003
Countries 51
Provinces 38
Autonomous Districts 6
Mission Dependencies 30

* St. Genis Archives: September, 1960.
** Loc. cit.

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APPENDIX J
The Expansion of the Marist Institute Since 1817*

Year Country Brothers Students
1817 France 1060 18417
1836 Polynesia
1852 England 110 6733
1856 Belgium 225 8287
1862 Ireland 65 2218
1867 South Africa 103 3308
1872 Lebenon 42 2607
1873 Australia 487 10572
1876 New Caledonia 32 1155
1885 New Zealand 179 5992
1886 Canada 735 20544
1888 United States 484 12050
1888 Spain 1534 37953
1888 Fiji Islands 18 1674
1888-1941 Denmark
1888 Samoa 14 1983
1889 Columbia 259 9269
1891 China 56
1892-1934 Turkey
1892-1948 Arabia
1893- Switzerland 16 334
*1895-1896 Portugal
1897 Brazil 1298 42882
1899 Mexico 415 18475
1902 Syria 13 1968
1903 Cuba 191 5653
1904-1914 Bulgaria
1903 Argentina 320 8134
1905-1939 Yugoslavia
1907 Greece 40 1147
1909-1914 Rumania
1909 Hungary
1911 Chile 165 5394
1911 Belgian Congo 106 12778
1911 Ceylon 41 3337
1911 Madagascar 58 3388
1913 Germany 134 1211
1915 Spanish Morroco 7 201
1922-1924 Monaco
1923 San Salvador 50 2669
1925 Venezuela 50 1774
1932 Guatemala 53 991
1935-1938 Austria
1936 Uruguay 44 1068
1937 Holland 17 496
1937 Liechtenstein 12 186
1937-1939 Poland
1938 Rhodesia 39 4955
1938 Solomon Islands 14 257
1946 Nyassaland 33 701

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APPENDIX K
Arrival of Leading Teaching Brothers Institutes in the United States(1)

1841 Holy Cross Brothers South Bend, Ind.
1845 Christian Brothers Baltimore, Md.
1847 Sacred Heart Brothers Mobile, Ala.
1849 Marianists* Cincinnati, O.
1854 Xaverian Brothers St. Louis, Ky.
1858 Franciscan Brothers Brooklyn, N.Y.
1886 Marist Brothers Lewiston, Me.
1889 Brothers of Christian Instruction Alfred, Me.
1898 Salesian Brothers* San Francisco, Cal.
1906 Christian Brothers of Ireland New York City

* These congregations include priests (statistics).

Statistics (1960)
Christian Brothers 2436
Marianist Brothers & Priests 1436
Christian Brothers of Irel.** 820
Holy Cross Brothers 892
Sacred Heart Brothers 616
Marist Brothers  576
Xaverian Brothers 536
Salesian Brothers 272
Franciscan Brothers of Bklyn. 170
Brothers of Christian Instruction 105(2)

** Canadian Brothers are included.

1. Official Catholic Directory, (Jan. 1960), pp. 241-245.
2. Foreign Brothers studying at Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York are included in this number.

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