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PRODUCTION OF STEEL FOR 1901 BY ESTABLISHMENTS NOT

HAVING ROLLING MILLS.

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PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN 1901 AS COMPARED WITH 1896,

1897, 1898, 1899 AND 1900.

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6,446, 159

+1,170, 175

+22.2

1899,

1900,

6,256,775

-189,384

--2.9

PRODUCTION OF STEEL IN 1901 BY COUNTIES WITH RELA

TIVE PER CENT.

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PRODUCTION OF ROLLED IRON AND STEEL IN PENNSYL

VANIA FOR 1901 (GROSS TONS).

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Value not including the production of the tin plate works,

$298,284,259 Average number of workmen employed exclusive of the tin plate works,

86,086 Aggregate wages paid to these workmen,

$53,334,787 Average days in operation,

280 Average yearly earnings,

$619 55 Average daily wage,

$2 21 Average value per ton,

$35 30

Cost of labor per ton,

$6 31

*For a better understanding of Production and Value, see Analysis of Rolled Iron and Steel, fIncludes 218, 432 tons of black plate and other sheets made by the Tin Plate Works.

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