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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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116,753

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950

950 3 Carriages and wagons.

918

25

953 4 Clothing, men's.

7, 464

4,816 12, 250 5 Clothing, women's.

2, 635
2,190

4, 885 6 Collins and undertakers' goods (C).

780
194

974 7 Cotton and woolen goods.

280
150

430 8 Domestic service.

112

40

152 9 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies.

250

250 10 Electric light and power.

115

115 11 Flour will products.

390

300 12 Foundry and machine shop.

35, 207

2,554 37, 761 13 Freight handling and teaming

2, 225

2, 226 14 Furnishing goods, men's.

512 2, 493 3.011 15 Furniture and upholstering.

524

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528 16 Gas.

364

364 17 Glass (d)

3, 475

4 3, 479 18 Gloves and mittens.

2, 698 2,160 4, 858 19 Hardware

155

155 20 Harness and saddlery

79

79 21 llats and caps.

969

291 1.200 22 Ilosiery and knit goods.

672 1,026 2,298 23 Iron and steel..

703

703 24 Iron work, ornamental,

2,065

2,065 25 Jewelry and silverware

50

10 26. Leather.

75

75 27 Leather goods.

200

200 28 Lime and cement,

500

500 29 Metallic goods (C) 30 Musical instruments.

224

224 31 Paper..

2,909

112 3,021 32 Paper goods.

915
1, 435

2, 350 33 Planing inis products.

687 34 Printing and publishing.

345
295

640 35 Railroad, canal, and road building.

28, 524

28, 524 36 Railroad transportation.

342

342 37 Rope, twine, and bagging.

598

745 1,343 38 Shipbuilding (1)

10, 692

10,692 39 Silk goods...

242
223

465 40 Stone quarrying and cutting.

1, 256

1.256 41 Stoves and furnaces.

1,796

1,796 42 Street railway transportation.

300

300 43 Streets and sewers.

398

398 44 Telegraph and telephone.

130

130 45 Tin and sheet metal goods.

115

115 46 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes

927 1,787 47 Typewriters, cash registers, and sewing machines.

GOO 48 Watches and clocks.

260

65

325 49 Water transportation (9).

2, 709

2,709 50 Wooden goods.

304

25

329 51 Woolen goods.

89
50

139 52 Miscellaneous.

4,218 941 5, 159 53 Total (h)........

243, 231 21, 485 264, 716 1904. 54 Agricultural implements.

1, 250

1,250 55 Bakery.

1,777

204

1,981 50 Blacksmithing and horseshoeing

52

52 57 Boots and shoes..

351
214

565 58 Brass and brass goods.

20 59 Brewing....

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8 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 establishment closed permanently.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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Strike included in general strike of September 28, 1903, Illinois.
1 Including strikes of March 10 and June 1, 1903, New Jersey.
9 Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 1, 1903, Ohio.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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Brooms and brushes. 3 Building trades.

Car building (b). 5 Carriages and wagons (C). 6 Clothing, men's. 7 Clothing, women's. 8 Cooperage.. 9 Cotton goods.. 10 Domestic service. 11 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies. 12 Foundry and machine shop... 13 Freight handling and teaming (d) 14 | Furnishing goods, men's. 15 Glass. 16 Gloves and mittens. 17 Harness and saddlery 18 Hats and caps.. 19 Hosiery and knit goods. 20 Iron and steel. 21 Jewelry and silverware. 22 Leather.. 23 Leather goods. 24 Lithographing. 25 Metallic goods. 26 Mining, ore.. 27 Musical instruments. 28 Paper... 29 Paper goods. 30 Planing mill products... 31 Printing and publishing. 32 Railroad, canal, and road building 33 Shipbuilding (9). 34 Silk goods..... 35 Slaughtering and meat packing.

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1 52 Brick and tile.

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2 53 Building trades (1).

376

375 54 Carpets..

1

1 55 Clothing, men's.

16

13 56 Clothing, women's.

41

37 57 Cooperage..

3

3 58 Cotton goods.

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1 a Not including 1 establishment closed permanently. 6 Including strike of September 22, 1904, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. c Including strike of May 2, 1904, New Jersey. d Including strike of May 18, 1904, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Including strike of May 16, 1904, New Jersey. 1 Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into New Jersey.

TABLE I.-STRIKES

FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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58 See notes to details. i Including strike of August 10, 1905, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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

1901 TO 1905–-Continued.

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1904-Concluded. 1 Brick and tile...

90

90 2 Brooms and brushes.

25

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42, 428

42, 428 4 Car building ().

10, 722

10, 722 5 Carriages and wagons (C).

6, 705

185 6, 890 6 Clothing, men's.

35, 757

44, 388 7 Clothing, women's.

764 2,054 8 Cooperage.

286

280 9 Cotion goods.

160
102

262 10 Domestic service.

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135 11 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies.

316 12

316 Foundry and machine shop.

12,054

700 13

12,754 Freight handling and teaming (d) 14

4,056

4,656 Furnishing goods, men's.

29

100 15

129 Glass..

163 16

163 Gloves and mittens.

44
66

110 17 Harness and saddlery.

25 18 Hats and caps..

25 19

2, 109

411 Hosiery and knit goods.

2,520 299 276

575 20 Iron and steel.. 21

600 Jewelry and silverware.

69

2

71 22 Leather...

133 23 Leather goods.

133

1,000 500 24 Lithographing.

1,500 16

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61 Metallic goods.

CO 26 Mining, ore..

500 27

500 Musical instruments.

210

1 28

211 Paper... 29 +

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1,342 Paper goods.

1,363 30

66 Planing mill products.

103

370 31 Printing and publishing.

370 Railroad, canal, and road building

1,098 1,112

2,210 33

1,001 Shipbuilding (®).

1,001 34

6,970 Silk goods....

6,970

100 35

70

170 Slaughtering and meat packing.

1.684 30 Stone quarrying and cutting (1).

1,684

2,304 37 Stoves and furnaces.

2, 304

480 38

450 Street railway transportation..

62 39 Streets and sewers..

1,923 40 Tin and shect metal goods.

1,923

245 41

245 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes.

222 42

157 Typewriters, cash registers, and sewing machines.

379

40 43 Watches and clocks.

40

900 44 Water transportation (9).

900

1,986 45 Wooden goods (1)..

1,986 193

41 46 Miscellaneous...

234 3,700 3,202

6,902 47 Total (h)..

148, 521 16,950 165, 471 1905. 48 Bakery

2, 461 49 Blacksmithing and horseshoeing.

2, 461 Boots and shoes

45

2, 251 51

1,305 3, 556 Brewing..

3,820 Brick and tile

3.820

2, 206 Building trades (1)

2, 206

24, 812 54 Carpets..

24, 812 380 160

540 55 Clothing, men's.

5, 606 56 Clothing, women's.

4, 412 10,018

6, 205 57 i Cooperage.

7,669 102

102 58 Cotton goods..

130
145

275 a Not including 1 establishment closed permanently. ti Including strike of September 22, 1904, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. c Including strike of May 2, 1904, New Jersey. d Includ ng strike of May 18, 1904, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. e Including strike of May 16, 1904, New Jersey. I Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into New Jersey.

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