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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

OHIO—Continued.

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f See notes to details.
9 Including strike of February 22, 1902, Kentucky.

Strike included in general strike of October 20, 1902, Illinois.
* Including strike of October 20, 1902, Kentucky.

45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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1901-Concluded. 1 Clothing, women's.

425
481

906 2 Coal and coke.

13,662

13, 662 3 Collins and undertakers' goods.

174

196 4 Cooperage...

269

269 5 Domestic service.

45
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64 6 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies..

71

71 7 Electric light and power.

1,020

1.020 8 Foundry and machine shop (a)

19,516

4 19, 520 9 Freight handling and teaming

1, 242

6

1, 248 10 Furniture and upholstering

182

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189 11 Glass.

3,006

143

3,149 12 Gloves and mittens.

25

35 13 llardware..

129

16

1 45 14 Harness and saddlery.

247

10

257 15 Iron and steel (6)

29, 291

129

29, 420 16 Lime and cement.

50 17 Lithographing.

76

2

78 18 Metallic goods..

770

770 19 Planing mill products.

439

26

465 20 Pottery.

525
110

635 21 Printing and publishing.

1,068

1,377 22 Public Works.

110

110 23 Railroad, canal, and road building

325

325 24 Railroad transportation...

649

649 25 Shipbuilding..

907

907 26 Stone quarrying and cutting (c).

200

200 27 Stoves and furnaces..

448

448 28 Street railway transportation.

3,730

3, 730 29 Streets and sewers.

526

526 30 Telegraph and telephone.

179
100

279 31 Tin and sheet metal goods..

83

83 32 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes.

550

900 1, 450 33 Typewriters, cash registers, and sewing machines.

2,801

307

3, 108 34 Water transportation (d).

11, 426

11, 426 35 Miscellaneous (C)....

1,047

294 1,341 36 Total()..

104, 740 3,577 108, 317 1902. 37 Agricultural implements.

200

200 38 Bakery.

130
23

173 39 Brass and brass goods.

616

616 40 Brewing (9).

1,589

1,594 41 Brick and tile

517

18

535 42 Building trades.

4, 357

5 4, 362 43 Car building (h). 44 Carriages and wagons.

643

20

663 45 Clothing, men's.

48
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108 46 Clothing, women's.

65
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90 47 Coal and coke..

1. 135

1, 135 48 Coffing and undertakers' goods.

383

68

451 49 Cooperage.

609

609 50 Domestic service.

7

11 51 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies

115

115 Electric light and power.

60

60 53 Flour mill products.

74

74 54 Foundry and machine shop (1)

10, 685

2 10, 687 55 Freight handling and teaming.

443

443 56 Furnishing goods, men's.

5
96

101 57 Furniture and upholstering

39

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275

275 59 Glass (1)..

1,383

1,384 a Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending throughout the United States. o Including strike of June 29, 1901, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. e Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 4, 1901, Pennsylvania.

d Including strikes of April 18, 1901, Pennsylvania, and February 27, 1901, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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9 Including strike of February 22, 1902, Kentucky.
* Strike included in general strike of October 20, 1902, Illinois,
i Including strike of October 20, 1902, Kentucky.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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3 Boots and shoes.

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2 32 Brick and tile (d)

11

2 33 Building trades (e)

84

75 34 Car building..

7

3 35 Carriages and wagons.

1 36 Clothing, men's. 37 Clothing, women's.

4 38 Coal and coke.. 39 Coffins and undertakers' goods.

1 40 Cooperage:

2 41 Cutlery and edge tools.

2 42 Domestic service.

3 43 Electric light and power.

1 44 Foundry and machine shop.

33
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1 49 Hats and caps

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1 52 Lime and cement.

2 53 Lithographing.. 54 Lumber and timber products. 55 Metallic goods (1).

2 56 Paper....

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1 59 Printing and publishing..

2 a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 21, 1902, New York. b. Including strikes of April 23, 1902, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and May 8, 1902. Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

See notes to details.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

OHIO-Continued.

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