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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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429

494 2,918

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560 2,817

817 33, 231

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15 2,180 201

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233 3, 400

115 13,676

117 325

10, 102

14, 299

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96 250

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8 17, 483

425 254 155

560 3, 361

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20 22,091

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Not including 1 strike included in general strike of September 28, 1903, Illinois.
1 Including strike of February 1, 1903, Ohio.
9 Not including 1 strike included in general strike of April 1, 1503, Ohio.
A See notes to details.

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

1901 TO 1905-Continued.

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1904–Continued. 1 Car building (a) 2 Carpets. 3 Clothing, men's. 4 Clothing, women's. 5 Coal and coke... 6 Cooperage 7 Cotton and woolen goods. 8

Electric and gas apparatus and supplies. 9 Foundry and machine shop. 10 Furnishing goods, men's. 11

Glass (C). 12 Hardware. 13 Harness and saddlery 14

Hats and caps.. 15 Hosiery and knit goods. 16 Iron and steel. 17 Laundry work.. 18 Leather... 19 Lime and cement 20

Pottery. 21 Printing and publishing 22

Railroad, canal, and road building. 23 Railroad transportation.. 24 Silk goods... 25 Slaughtering and meat packing. 26

Stone quarrying and cutting (d) 27 Stoves and furnaces. 28 Street railway transportation. 29 Streets and sewers. 30 Telegraph and telephone. 31 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes. 32

Water transportation (e). 33

Woolen goods.
Miscellaneous.

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1905. 36 Agricultural implements.

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1 38 Brass and brass goods.

1

1 39 Brewing..

2

2 40 Brick and tile..

1

1 41 Building trades (9).

36

34 42 Car building.

1

3 43 Carpets..

1

3 44 Carriages and wagons.

1 45 Clothing, men's.

10
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1 46 Clothing, women's.

2 47 Coal and coke...

19

15 49 Cooperage

2 49 Cotton and woolen goods.

1

1 50 Cotton goods.

1

1 51 Cutlery and edge tools.

1

1 52 Electric light and power.

1 53 Foundry and machine shop (h).

10

7 54 | Freight handling and teaming.

1

2 55 Furniture and upholstering.

1

1 56 Glass...

3

3 57 Ilats and caps..

1

1 59 Hosiery and knit goods.

1

1 59 Iron and steel.

6

5 60 Laundry work.

1 a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of September 22, 1904, New York. b Not including 1 establishment closca perinanently.

c Including strike of February 3, 1994, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, and West Virginia, and 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Ohio.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

PENNSYLVANIA-Continued.

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1 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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2, 936 1,921 3 Clothing, men's.

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4, 490 1,317 5, 807 4 Clothing, women's.

622

527 1, 149 5 Coal and coke.

7,341 6 Cooperage.

7,341 52

52 7 Cotton and woolen goods.

105

93

198 8 Electric and gas apparatus and supplies.

105

165 9 Foundry and machine shop.

14,351

48 14, 399 10 Furnishing goods, men's.

430 1, 222 Glass (C).

1,652 11

14,637

450 15,087 12 Hardware.

20 13

20 Harness and saddlery

14

14 14 Hats and caps.

192 15

254 Hosiery and knit goods.

45

330 16

375 Iron and steel..

22, 165

83 17

22, 248 Laundry work

5

14 18

19 Leather.

883 19

8S3 Lime and cement.

330 20

330 Pottery.

520

480 21

1,000 Printing and publishing.

151

75 22 Railroad, canal, and road building.

875 23

875 Railroad transportation. 24

600 Silk goods...

80
230

310 25 Slaughtering and meat packing.

90

90 26 Stone quarrying and cutting (d).

2, 288 27 Stoves and furnaces.

2,288 28

400 Street railway transportation.

65

6.5 29 Streets and sewers.

1, 484 30

1, 484 Telegraph and telephone.

21 31

3

24 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes.

105

79

184 32 Water transportation (C). 33 Woolen goods.

57

120 34 Miscellaneous.

150

150 35 Total (i).

90, 104

7,413

97,517 1905. 30 Agricultural implements.

350 37

350 Bakery

200 38

200 Brass and brass goods.

175 39

175 Brewing...

239

239 40 Brick and tile.

110

110 41 Building trades (0)

5,982 42 Car building.

5,982

12, 640 43

12,640 Carpets...

5, 178 Carriages and wagons.

1, 122

6,300 61

61 45 Clothing, men's.

2,539

2,063 4,602 46 Clothing, women's.

120 47

425 Coal and coke..

545

9,556 48 | Cooperage.

9,556

62
49 Cotton and woolen goods.
Cotton goods.

1,200 1,900
6

32 51

38 Cutlery and edge tools.

138

12

150 52 Electric light and power.

8

8 53 Foundry and machine shop (h)

4,880

24 54 Freight handling and teaming.

4,904 570

570 Furniture and upholstering.

87

15 56

102 Glass

1,659

128 57 Hats and caps.

1,787

2,500 700 58 Hosiery and knit goods.

3, 200 40

45 59 Iron and steel

3,380

CO 3, 440
Laundry work.

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22 a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of September 22, 1904, New York. O Not including 1 establishment closed permanently,

c Including strike of February 3, 1904, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, and West Virginia, and I strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Ohio.

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

1901 TO 1905—Continued. PENNSYLVANIA-Continued.

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Strike included in general strike of April 12, 1904, Ohio,
1 See notes to details.
9 Not including 1 st rike included in general strike of August 10, 1905, New York.

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