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

1901 TO 1905–Continued.

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700 6,700 46 473

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483

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153

1,013 47
775
375 1, 150

775
375 1, 150 1, 400

700 2, 100 48 4, 145

4, 145
4, 145
4, 145 6,025

6,025 49 95

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114
114 1,656

102 1.758
40

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40
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40 51 55

55
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83
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103 52 9,356

9,792
9,792 16, 152

16, 152 53 535

535
535
535 6,678

6,678 54 7, 286

700 7, 986 7, 384 1, 150 8,534 10, 235 4,800 15,035 55 1.800 400 2, 200

1, 800
400 2, 200 1, 800

400 2, 200 56 3,386

3, 386
62, 089
62.089 62, 284

62, 284 57 21

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62
22

84
250

58 250 270

270

450 67

450 59
67
67

67
67

67 60 2,088 2,088 3,611

3,611 5,906

72 5,978 61 e See notes to details.

Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of May 9, 1904, Kansas, and September 22, 1904,

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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1904–Continued. 1 Freight handling and teaming. 2 Furniture and upholstering. 3 Glass. 4 Gloves and mittens. 5 Harness and saddlery 6

Hats and caps. 7 Iron and steel. 8 Laundry work. 9 Lime and cement. 10 Metallic goods. 11 Musical instruments. 12 Paper goods.. 13 Planing mill products. 14 Printing and publishing 15 Railroad transportation. 16 Rubber goods. 17 Slaughtering and meat packing (6) 18 Stoves and furnaces. 19 Street railway transportation. 20 Streets and sewers. 21 Telegraph and telephone. 22 Tin and sheet metal goods. 23 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes. 24 Water transportation (b). 25 Wooden goods. 26 Miscellaneous.

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1 32 Brewing....

3

2 33 Brick and tile..

1

1 34 Building trades (c)

27

26 35 Carriages and wagons.

1

1 36 Clothing, men's.

1 37 Coal and coke.

4

4 38 Cooperage.

2 39 Domestic service.

1 40 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies.

1 41 Electric light and power.

2 42 Foundry and machine shop.

1 43 Freight handling and teaming. Furniture and upholstering.

2 45 Glass...

1 46 Harness and saddlery.

2 47 Hats and caps..

3 48 Ironwork, ornamental.

1

1 49 Laundry work

1 50 Metallic goods

2 51 Planing mill products

1

1 52 Printing and publishing (1)

5 53 Public works

1

1 54 Railroad, canal, and road building.

2 55 Rope, twine, and bagging

1 56 Slaughtering and meat packing

3

2 57 Streets and sewers

1 58 Telegraph and telephone

1

1 a Including strike of July 12, 1904, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and Texas, o Strike included in general strike of April 12, 1904, Ohio. Not including 1 establishment closed permanently. d See notes to details.

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

1901 TO 1905 Continued.

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Not including 21 establishments in which strike was pending October 15, 1903.
o Not including 1 establishment in which strike was pending October 10, 1906.
no Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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1904-Concluded. 1 Freight handling and teaming. 2 Furniture and upholstering. 3 Glass..

Gloves and mittens. 5 Harness and saddlery 6

Hats and caps. 7 Iron and steel. 8 Laundry work 9 Lime and cement. 10 Metallic goods. 11 Musical instruments. 12 Paper goods. 13 Planing mill products. 14 Printing and publishing. 15 Railroad transportation. 16 Rubber goods. 17 Slaughtering and meat packing (a)

Stoves and furnaces. 19 Street railway transportation. 20 Streets and sewers. 21 Telegraph and telephone. 22 Tin and sheet metal goods. 23 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes. 24 Water transportation (). 25 Wooden goods. 26 Miscellaneous.

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Total (d)

3.271
1,049
374

18
559
250
177

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30 425

55 790 3. 639

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296 106

108 1,929 1,870

113 370 12

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14

14 30 Boots and shoes.

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89 31 Brass and brass goods.

115

10

125 32 Brewing..

340

1

341 33 Brick and tile.

50 34 Building trades (e).

7,216

7.216 35 Carriages and wagons

900

900 36 Clothing, men's

10

20 37 Coal and coke..

2, 466

2, 466 38 Cooperage..

53

53 39 Domestic service.

106

56

162 40 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies.

10

10 41 Electric light and power.

528

528 42 Foundry and machine shop.

695

10

705 Freight handling and traming

5, 764

5,764 44 Furniture and upholstering.

166

106 45 Glass..

525

525 46 Harness and saddlery

87

87 47 Hats and caps..

52
18

70 48 Ironwork, ornamental.

144

144 49 Laundry work.

4
11

15 50 Metallic goods

1.575

1 1,576 51 Planing mill products

2.900

2,900 52 Printing and publishing

3, 920 1,725 5, 545 53 Public works..

150 54 Railroad, canal, and road building

271

271 55 Rope, twine, and bagging.

403

403 56) Slaughtering and meat packing.

10, 450 1.050

11.500 57 Streets and sewers.

155

155 58 Telegraph and telephone..

12

12 a Including strike of July 12, 1904, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and Texas. Strike included in general strike of April 12, 1904, Ohio.

Not including 1 establishment closed perinanently. d See notes to details.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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20 2,376

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10, 450

130
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68 144

15 1, 576 2, 900

846 150 271

403
11,500

130
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1,050

s Not reported.
& Not including 1 establishment in which strike was pending October 10, 1906.
h Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States.

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