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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

NEW YORK-Continued.

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d Including strike of August 11, 1902, New Jersey.
Not including 1 establishment closed permanently.
Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of April 23 and May 8, 1902, Ohio.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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1902-Concluded. 1 Building trades.

36, 911

36, 911 2 Car building...

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625 3 Carriages and wagons.

80

8 Clothing, men's.

28, 581 4, 464

33, 045 5 Clothing, women's.

5, 967 2,145 8, 112 6 Collins and undertakers' goods.

200
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300 7 Cotton and woolen goods.

110
100

210 Cotton goods..

25
42

67 9 Domestic service.

190)

80

270 10 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies.

44 11 Electric light and power.

90 12 Foundry and machine shop.

35, 616 2, 107 37.723 13 Freight handling and teaming.

1,333

1,333 14 Furnishing goods, men's.

10
85

95 15 Furniture and upholstering.

1, 867

153 2,020 16 Glass..

48 17 Gloves and mittens.

230
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430 18 Ilats and caps.

2, 131

542 2,673 19 Hosiery and knit goods.

1,899 2,990 4,899 20 Iron and steel..

5, 682

5, 682 21 Ironwork, ornamental (a).

220

220 22 Jewelry and silverware (6)

2,023

375

2, 400 23 Lime and cement.

715

715 24 Lithographing.

734

475 1,209 25 Metallic goods.

2,29

151

2,383 20 Millinery goods.

112

112 27 Musical instruments.

2, 2005

5 2, 270 28 Paper.

2,052

151 2, 203 29 Paper goods.

8
70

78 Planing mill products.

150

150 31 Printing and publishing (C)

10.574

990 11,564 32 Public works..

2, 216

2, 216 33 Railroad, canal, and road building

9, 650 Railroad transportation..

9,650 100

100 35 Rope, twine, and bagging.

64
05

129 36 Shipbuilding (d).

6, 227

6, 227 37 Silk goods.

199
185

384 38 | Slaughtering and meat packing. 39 Smelting and refining.

165 40 Stone quarrying and cutting.

455 41 Stoves and furnaces..

810

810 42 Street railway transportation.

616

616 43 Streets and scwers..

118

118 44 Telegraph and telephone

812

13

825 45 Tin and sheet metal goods.

2,533

500 3,033 46 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes.

1,047 1,010 2,087 47 Watches and clocks..

75
10

85 48 Water transportation (1)

225

225 49 Wooden goods.

70
40

110 50 Woolen goods.

80
70

150 51 Miscellaneous..

1,567

87 1,654 52 Total (9)..

172, 509 17,526 190, 035 1903. 53 Agricultural implements.

225

225 Automobiles and bicycles.

144

144 Bakery...

507

515 50 Boots and shoes.

135

141 57 Brass and brass goods.

625

55 59 Brewing..

134

131 59 Brick and tile.

1.727 60 Brooms and brushes.

1,727 40 25

65 a Including strike of May 1, 1902, New Jersey.

o Including strike of July 21, 1902, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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115

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542 2,940

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215

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342 149 407

110 1,897 1,024

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675 149 722

110 1,897 2,030

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& Including strike of August 11, 1902, New Jersey.
e Not including 1 establishment closed permanently.
1 Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of April 23 and May 8, 1902, Ohio.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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1903-Continued. ii Building trades (a). 2 Car building.. 3 Carriages and wagons. 4 Clothing, men's. 5 Clothing, women's.

Collins and undertakers' goods (c) 7 Cotton and woolen goods. 8 Domestic service. 9 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies. 10 Electric light and power. 11 Flour mill products. 12 Foundry and machine shop. 13

Freight handling and teaming 14 Furnishing goods, men's. 15 Furniture and upholstering 16

Gas... 17 Glass (d).. 18 Gloves and mittens. 19 Ilardware... 20 Harness and saddlery 21

llats and caps. 22 llosiery and knit goods. 23 Iron and steel.. 24 Iron work, ornamental. 25, Jewelry and silverware 26 Leather... 27

Leather goods. 28 Lime and cemert. 29 Metallic goods () 30 Musical instruments. 31 Paper.... 32 Paper goods. 33 Planing mill products. 34 Printing and publishing. 35 Railroad, canal, and road building 36 Railroad transportation. 37 Rope, twine, and bagging 39 Shipbuilding (1)... 39 Silk goods. 40 Stone quarrying and cutting 41 Stoves and furnaces. 42 Street railway transportation. 43 Streets and sewers. 44 Telegraph and telephone. 45 Tin and sheet metal goods. 46 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes 47 Typewriters, cash registers, and sewing machines. 48 Watches and clocks. 49 Water transportation (9). 50 Wooden goods. 51 Woolen goods. 52 Miscellaneous.

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1904. 54 Agricultural implements..

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1 Bakery...

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10 56 Blacksmithing and horseshoeing.

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1 57 Boots and shoes.

2 58 Brass and brass goods.

1 59 Brewing......

1 a Including strike of February 27, 1903, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, and strike of October 30, 1903, Indiana and New Jersey; also I strike, part of general strike extending into Pennsylvania.

Not including 1 establishinent closed permanently.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

NEW YORK-Continued.

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d Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into New Jersey.
e Strike included in general strike of September 28, 1903, Illinois.

Including strikes of March 10 and June 1, 1903, New Jersey.
Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 1, 1903, Ohio.

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