Congressional Edition Volume 5473

Congressional Edition Volume 5473

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ...in 1907 by both Illinois and Pennsylvania. In 1906 New York's portion exceeded by $641,667 the value of Pennsylvania's product of common brick, that State being next to New York the largest producer of that variety of brick. In 1906 the value of clay products in only 5 States exceeded the value of the product of New ork's portion of this region, but in 1907 this value was exceeded by 8 States. Of the counties included in this region, Ulster had the largest product in 1907, 235,584,000 brick; Rockland was second with 233,562,000 brick; in value of product, however, Rockland was first, reporting $1,272,455, or $5.45 per thousand, compared with Ulster's $1,217,613, or $5.17 per thousand. In 1906 Rockland was first with 287,538,000 brick, valued at $1,823,371, and Ulster second with 261,970,000 brick, valued at $1,391,013. Orange and Dutchess counties maintained their respective places in production, third and fourth, the former reporting 148,103,000 brick and the latter 135,469,000 brick in 1907, as compared with 182,103,000 brick and 154,456,000 brick, respectively, in 1906. The average value per thousand for the whole region was $5.18 in 1907, $6.02 in 1906, and $6.99 in 1905. In New York's portion in 1907 the average price ranged from $5.55 per thousand in W estchester County to $4.56 in Columbia, with a general average of $5.18 in 1907. In 1906 the average for the whole New York region was $6.03 and in 1905 it was $7. The conditions in Bergen County, N. J., were similar to those in the New York portion of the region, and the product showed a large loss, declining from 75,972,000 brick in 1906 to 52,379,000 brick in 1907, a loss in quantity of 23,593,000 brick, or 31.05 per cent, and in value of $170,250, or 38.29 per cent. The average price per...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236621840
  • 9781236621849