Report on the manufactures of the United States at the tenth census (June 1, 1880): embracing general statistics and monographs on power used in manufactures, the factory system, interchangeable mechanism, hardware, cutlery, etc., iron and steel, silk manufacture, cotton manufacture, woolen manufacture, chemical products and salt, glass manufacture
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Proportion of steam and waterpower and distribution by industries
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Agricultural implements AVERAGE NUMBER bakery products Brick blinds Bookbinding Boots and shoes Brick and tile butter factory Capital Carpentering Carriages and wagons cigars and cigarettes Confectionery Connecticut Cooperage copperware curried Leather Cutlery and edge doors Drugs and chemicals edge tools Electroplating estab Females Children Flouring Foundery and machine-shop grist-mill products Foundery grist-mill products Lumber Hairwork HANDS EMPLOYED Hosiery Hosiery and knit including retail butchering Iron and steel lish Looking-glass Males above 16 malt Marble and stone Massachusetts Mattresses and spring medicines and compounds men's Mixed textiles NUMBER OF HANDS paid in wages Patent medicines Pennsylvania Printing and publishing retail butchering establishments Saddlery and harness sheet-iron ware Tobacco Slaughtering and meat-packing Soap and candles soda waters Special Agent SPECIFIED INDUSTRIES spring beds STATISTICS OF MANUFACTURES Table V.—SELECTED STATISTICS tile Carriages Tinware Total amount paid turned and carved Upholstering Value in dollars Value of materials Value of products Wheelwrighting Wood Wood pulp Woolen