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TABLE VI. SUMMARY OF STRIKES FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

STATES—Continued.

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w Including $145,000 lost by convict-employing companies.

Including strike of December 6, 1900, in Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 19, 1883, New York.

y Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and July 18, 1894, Nebraska.

z Not including 3 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, July 4, 1897, Pennsylvania, and April 9, 1900, Maryland.

aa Not including 1 strike not reported.
bb Not including 2 establishments in which strike was still pending July 1, 1894.

cc Not including 2 establishments in which strike was still pending July 1, 1894, and 1 establishment not reported.

dd Including strikes of May 15, 1899, wooden goods, Michigan, and August 14, 1899, and October 3, 1899, Minnesota, but not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York and May 15, 1899. lumber, Michigan.

ee Not including 2 strikes not reported.
s Not including 10 strikes not reported.

ii Not including 89 establishments closed permanently, 7 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report, and 5 establishments not reported.

Ý Not including 1 establishment not reported, 89 establishments closed permanently, 1 establishment in which department on strike closed permanently, and 12 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

kk Not including 10 establishments not reported and 27 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

Il Not including 18 establishments not reported, 3 establishments closed permanently, and 1 establishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901, but including $18,000 lost by free employees at convict mines in Tennessee.

00 Not including 153 establishments not reported, 639 establishments included in lockout of May 14, 1887, Illinois, 10 establishments included in lockout of June 23, 1893, District of Columbia, and 1 establishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901.

88 Not including 1,189 establishments not reported. 4 establishments closed permanently, 639 establishments included in lockout of May 14, 1887. Illinois, 1 establishment included in lockout of February 20. 1893. Indiana, and 1 establishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901, but including $145,000 lost by convict-employing companies in Tennessee.

TABLE VI.-SUMMARY OF STRIKES FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

STATES—Concluded.

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a Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and December 6, 1900, Texas.

b Including strike of July 19, 1883, in all States and Territories, and strikes of November 28. 1894. November 11. 1895, July 3, 1899, July 31, 1899, and March 9, 1900, New Jersey, but not including 4 strikes included in general strikes of July 26, 1897, and October 1, 1900, New Jersey, February 23, 1900, Illinois, and April 2, 1900, Connecticut.

c Not including 26 establishments not reported. d Not including 21 establishments not reported, e Not including 1 establishment not reported. i Not including 8 establishments not reported. 9 Not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 19, 1883, New York. h Not including 6 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, December 5, 188 July 4, 1897, October 3, 1899, and January 15, 1900, Pennsylvania, and February 23, 1900, Illinois.

Not including 3 establishments in which strike was still pending March 14, 1901. i Including strikes of December 5, 1887, in Indiana, Massachusetts and Ohio, July 4, 1897. in Illinois,

er 3, 1899, and January 15, 1900, Ohio, but not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and February 23, 1900, Illinois.

k Not including 2 establishments not reported.

(Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and March 1, 1900, Massachusetts.

m Including strike of May 1, 1897, Kentucky, but not including 3 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and August 9, 1899, and September 13, 1900, Kentucky.

TABLE VI.-SUMMARY OF STRIKES FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY

STATES-Concluded.

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n Including strike of December 6, 1900, in Arizona, California, Colorado, Minois, Indian Territory Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 19, 1883, New York.

o Not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and July 18, 1894, Nebraska.

p Not including 3 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1888, New York, July 4, 1897, Pennsylvania, and April 9, 1900, Maryland.

o Not including 2 establishments in which strike was still pending July 1. 1894.

7 Including strikes of May 15, 1899, wooden goods, Michigan, and August 14, 1899, und October 3, 1899, Minnesota, but not including 2 strikes included in general strikes of July 19, 1883, New York, and May 15, 1899, lumber, Michigan.

Not including 40 establishments not reported. t Not including 39 establishments not reported. u Not including 33 establishments not reported.

Not including 12 establishment in whick strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report an S establishments not reported.

u Not including 12 establishments in whic strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report and 17 establishments not reported.

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Ordered by
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Establishments.
Mar-
ginal

Total

organization, Industries. num

strikes. ber.

Num. Number! Aggre. Average No. ber. closed

days gate days

closed. closed. Agricultural implements...

51

21
52

18 a 490 a 28.8 Boots and shoes ........

862 639

223

1, 264 555 14, 373 25.9 Brewing............

81

364
83
305

3.7 Brick.........

184

1,193 867 (22, 320 a 35.8 Building trades ......

4,440 3,989 451 41, 910 27,088 d 327, 328 d 12.1 Carpeting .... 137

173 3, 546 20.5 Carriages and wagons.

57

389
330

4,053 12.3 Clothing

1, 365

273

19, 695 17,177 i 192, 100 i 11.2 Coal and coke..

k1, 303
k 1,209

575 14, 164 1634, 896 114.9 Cooperage......

236

84 891 685 11, 687 17.1 Cotton and woolen goods

195

172
280

93

q1, 652
Cotton goods ......

512
106
637 270

8, 354

30.9 Domestic service.....

175
101 74

468
91

368 14 Food preparations...

408 308 100 5, 126 1, 203 5,546 4.61 Furniture ...........

405 333 72 1, 108 381 9, 100 16 | Glass ......

374 188 186

599

367

u 19, 804 u 54.4 Leather and leather goods

208 110

382 164 d5, 010 d31.1 Lumber .......

179
w 83

W 95 699 611 15,531 25.4
Machines and machinery ..
453 w 300w 162 1,174

525
a 12, 600

(1 24.0
Metals and metallic goods
2,080 w1,055 11,024 4,652 1,911 50,987

2 26.8 Musical instruments ...

817 30.3 Paper and paper goods....

43

16.0 Pottery, earthenware, etc

35 179 107 9, 960 93.1 Printing and publishing ...

108
1,723

351
CC 2, 199

CC 6.3
Public ways construction.

390
320
336 1, 813

5.4 Public works construction.

218

243 140

664 Railroad car building ...

94

96
23

282 12.3 Rope and bagging ....

14 125

8.9 Rubber goods

24

18.9 Shipbuilding, etc.

83 68

155 4,167 Silk goods ....

133 154

6, 869
Stone quarrying and cutting. 856

2,083
ec 61, 199

ce 29.4 Telegraph and telephone ....

28 67

24

4.8 Tobacco...............

,509
1, 102
407

2, 372 ii 56, 574 ii 24.0 Transportation ......

k 554 k 708

2,062 c30, 440 c14.8 Trunks and valises

11
10

38

6.3 Watches.... Wooden goods..

294

227 67 1,056 500 a 6, 899 a 13.8 Woolen and worsted

289

37

252 307 127 kk 2, 725 kk 22.0 40 Miscellaneous..

1, 102 10 444 w657 3,118 1,884 | 124,977 IZ 13.4 Total.......

...22, 793 rr 14,457 rr 8,326 117,509 | 77,244 881,549,934 88 20.1 a Not including 1 establishment closed permanently. o Not including 1 establishment not reported. c Not including 3 establishments not reported. d Not including 3 establishments closed permanently.

e Not including 15 establishments in which strike was still pending December 31, 1886, and 1 estab lishment not reported.

Not including 12 establishments not reported. 9 Not including 3 establishments not reported and 639 establishments included in lockout of May 14, 1887, Illinois.

h Not including 1,098 establishments not reported and 639 establishments included in lockont of May 14, 1887, Illinois.

i Not including 12 esta olishments closed permanently.
i Not including 75 establishments not reported.
& Not including 3 strikes not reported.

I Not including 1 establishment not reported, 10 establishments closed permanently, and 4 establish. ments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

in Not including 1 establishment not reported and 4 establishments in which strikes were still pend. ing at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

n Including $18,000 lost by free employees at convict mines in Tennessee, o Not including 36 establishments not reported.

p Not including 29 establishments not reported and 1 establishment closed perinanently, but including $145,000 lost by convict-employing companies in Tennessee.

o Not including 2 establishments.closed permanently.
* Not including 2 establishments in which strike was still pending January 29, 1901. -
& Not including 2 establishments not reported.
t Not including 4 establishments not reported

u Not including 1 establishment closed permanently and 2 establishments in which strike was still pending July 1, 1894.

v Not including 2 establishments in which strike was still pending July 1, 1894. w Not including 1 strike not reported.

& Not including 6 establishments closed permanently and 1 establishment in which strike was still pending July 1, 1894.

y Not including 6 establishments closed permanently, 1 establishment in which department on strike closed permanently, and 3 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

2 Not including 3 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

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Loss of ginal Suc

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498

109 657 67, 669, 062 c598, 881 c3, 321, 637
7, 304 20.1
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155 349,578 72, 162 430,758 a 38, 291 a 32.1

400 215

578

2,563, 747 6 40, 441 880, 671 d 861, 167 d 20.5 e 23, 112

€5, 484

e 13, 298 / 20, 452, 292 g 1, 808, 483 h 9,613, 624 11, 917 33.8

118

198

1.1,858, 119 54, 450 877, 485
7, 501 19.3
325

47 292, 726 18, 056 194, 237 i 270, 457 i 13.7 14,450 1,521 3,724 6 10, 424, 709 1534, 228 3, 121, 604 1734, 038 150.4 m 3, 114

m 4, 187

m 7, 269 n106,503, 02, 393, 107 p 30, 870, 466
18, 189 20.4
574

247
546,4

70,523 262, 664 q6, 428 g 23.1

178
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79, 475 1,160, 681
414, 156
r 22.3 r 120

7 79
r 436 7, 306.7

228, 139 82,015, 215 6,048 12.9

130
125

213
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3, 359
95 1, 672 1 2 , 239, 4

5 76, 919 1,541, 239 29, 395 26.5

371
116
621 1 61, 996,5

259, 254 1 t 1,051, 009 1 28, 167 11 47.3 v 209

V 344 7, 492, 4 11,033,940 02, 144, 136 d 13, 759 d 36.3

124
221 1,442, 3

178, 786 1,311, 014 17, 188 24.6

149

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473

9,005 1, 124, 370
a 40, 780
( 34.8

625
125
424

611, 484 83,673, 825 y 118, 993 y 25.6 32,119 2472 *2,058 6 29,

laa 2, 108, 318 06 10, 941, 990
34. 4
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395, 6

68, 749 211, 310 7.3

33 17,4

1, 460

28, 467 12, 340 68.9

2,516, 570 b 131, 108 780, 427 cc 39, 869 cc 23.2 dd 710

dd 844 b1,829, 183 530, 236 c1,511, 026
6, 733 10.4
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6 25,981 8217, 465
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78. 874
988
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32, 188 6 139, 690
227 9.9

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1,250 22.3
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30,500 8226, 675 8, 488 22.8 149 170 1, 332, 2

106, 998 b 1,041, 966 10,855 27.3 133

1, 909,8

6 99, 909 6 836, 003 ce 132, 890 ce 37.1 1, 873

636 1,074

ff 562, 261 C2,678, 616 992,537 gg 18.9

gg 22 gg 74 og 425, 6! 99 71, 650 hh 994, 055 il 128, 499 ' 20.9 2,738

418

2, 997 .517,7 1,610, 440 t2,840, 112 51, 798 15.1 61, 602 6359 01,474 ,517,2 8 2,038, 757 jj 27,531, 256 316 14.4

31,897

238

5, 230 911 45.6

12 117, 031 17,735 86, 720 a 28, 738 a 27.2

366

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663 1,814, 314 167, 407 12,500, 982 95,577 o 18.3

82

179 1,594, 270 50, 393 6 766, 677 ul 47. 867 Il 15.5 1, 473

385 1,260 nn 6, 429, 699 € 390, 940 005, 320, 294 u2,789, 160 tt 23.8 uu 59, 638 uu 15, 325 uu 42,509 vv257,863, 478xx 16,174, 793 yy122,731,121 aa Not including 5 establishments not reported.

bb Not including 9 establishments not reported and 1 establishment included in lockout of February 20, 1893, Indiana.

cc Not including 5 establishments closed permanently.
dd Not including 7 establishments not reported.
ee Not including 4 establishments closed permanently.

( Not including 17 establishments not reported and 10 establishments included in lockout of June 23, 1893, District of Columbia.

og Not including 1 establishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901.
hh Not including 1 establishment not reported and 1 establishment in which strike was still pending
February 13, 1901.

ii Not including 17 establishments closed permanently.
i Not including 11 establishments not reported.
kk Not including 2 establishments closed permanently and 1 establishment not reported.

U Not including 20 establishments closed permanently.
nn Not including 3 establishments closed permanently and 1 establishment not reported.
00 Not including 3 establishments closed permanently and 10 establishments not reported.
rr Not including 10 strikes not reported.

88 Not including 89 establishments closed permanently, 7 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report, and 5 establishments not reported.

tl Not including 1 establishment not reported, 89 establishments closed permanently, 1 establishment in which department on strike closed permanently, and 12 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

uu Not including 10 establishments not reported and 27 establishments in which strikes were still pending at the close of 1 of the 3 investigations included in this report.

vv Not including 18 establishments not reported, 3 establishments closed permanently, and 1 estabJishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901, but including $18,000 lost by free employees at convict mines in Tennessee.

II Not including 153 establishments not reported, 639 establishments included in lockout of May 14, 1887, Illinois, 10 establishments included in lockout of June 23, 1893, District of Columbia, and 1 estab lishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901.

wy Not including 1.189 establishments not reported, 4 establishments closed permanently, 639 establishments included in lockout of May 14, 1887, Illinois, 1 establishment included in lockout of

d i establishment in which strike was still pending February 13, 1901, but including $145,000 lost by convict-employing companies in Tennessee.

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