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TABLE I.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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3 1 Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States and including data for Iowa.

9 Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Including strike of January 4, 1901, Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, and New Mexico. TABLE 1.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905—(ontinued.

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1901. 14 Agricultural implements. 15 Automobiles and bicycles. 16 Boots and shoes. 17 Brass and brass goods. 18 Brick and tile. 19 Building trades. 20 Car building. 21 Carriages and wagons. 22 Clothing, men's. 23 Coal and coke.. 24 Electric light and power. 25 Flour mill products 26 Foundry and machine shop (1) 27 Freight handling and teaming. 28 Furniture and upholstering. 29 Iron and steel (9). 30 Lime and cement. 31 Metallic goods.... 32 Musical instruments. 33 Planing mill products.. 34 Printing and publishing 35 Public works. 36 Railroad transportation (h). 37 Shipbuilding.. 38 Slaughtering and meat packing. 39 Stone quarrying and cutting. 40 Stoves and furnaces.. 41 Street railway transportation. 42 Streets and sewers. 43 Telegraph and telephone. 44 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes 45 Water transportation (1). 46 Miscellaneous..

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a Strike included in general strike of September 4, 1902, Utah.
b See notes to details.
< Part of general strike extending throughout the United States.
d Not reported

TABLE 1.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

IDAHO–Concluded.

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1 Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States and including data for Iowa.

Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

A Including strike of January 4, 1901, Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, and New Mexico

TABLE I.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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Ironwork, ornamental. 30 Jewelry and silverware(0) 31 Laundry work. 32 Lithographing. 33 Musical instruments. 34

Paper goods... 35 Planing mill products. 36 Printing and publishing. 37 Railroad, canal, and road building. 38 Railroad transportation.. 39 Rubber goods.. 40 Slaughtering and meat packing.

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Streets and sewers. 45 Telegraph and telephone. 46 | Tin and sheet metal goods. 47 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes.

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c Strike included in general strike of July 21, 1902, New York.
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