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Dow Jones Industrials Stock History

Charles Dow first published his initial market average on July 3rd, 1884 in the "Customer's Afternoon Letter".  The first group of stocks was included 9 railroad stocks and 2 industrial stocks.

 

Chicago & Northwestern
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Lake Shore
Louisville & Nashville
Missouri Pacific
New York Central
Northern Pacific preferred
Pacific Mail Steamship
St. Paul Union Pacific
Western Union


February 1885

Central Pacific
Central Railroad of New Jersey
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul
Chicago & North Western
Delaware & Hudson Canal
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Lake Shore Railroad
Louisville & Nashville
Missouri Pacific
New York Central
Northern Pacific preferred
Pacific Mail Steamship
Union Pacific
Western Union


January  1886

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Chicago & North Western
Delaware & Hudson Canal
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Lake Shore Railroad
Louisville & Nashville
Missouri Pacific
New York Central
Northern Pacific preferred
Pacific Mail Steamship
Union Pacific
Western Union


April  1894

American Sugar
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Chicago & North Western
Chicago Rock Island & Pacific
Delaware & Hudson Canal
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Louisville & Nashville
Missouri Pacific
Northern Pacific preferred
Union Pacific
Western Union Telegraph


 

May   1896, the list published by Charles Dow was exclusively  Industrial Stocks. The is the first Dow Jones Industrial list:

 

American Cotton Oil
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas
Distilling and Cattle Feeding
General Electric
Laclede
North American
Tennesseee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber


October 1896


American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Cordage preferred
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber


November 1896

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Cordage preferred
U.S. Leather preferred


December 1896

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Standard Rope & Twine
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred


March 1898

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
People's Gas
Standard Rope & Twine
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred


September 1898

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
People's Gas
Standard Rope & Twine
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber


April 1899

American Cotton Oil <
American Steel & Wire
American Sugar
Continental Tobacco
Federal Steel
General Electric
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
People's Gas
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber


April 1901

Amalgamated Copper
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
Continental Tobacco
International Paper preferred
National Lead
People's Gas
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


July 1901

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Sugar
Colorado Fuel & Iron
National Lead
People's Gas
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


April 1905

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
Colorado Fuel & Iron
National Lead
People's Gas
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Rubber first preferred
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


November 1907

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
Colorado Fuel & Iron
General Electric
National Lead
People's Gas
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Rubber first preferred
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


May 1912

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
Central Leather
General Electric
National Lead
People's Gas
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Rubber first preferred
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


March 1915

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
Central Leather
General Electric
General Motors
National Lead
People's Gas
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


July 1915

American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
Anaconda Copper
Central Leather
General Electric
General Motors
National Lead
People's Gas
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
U.S. Steel preferred


In October 1916, the list was modified to include only common stocks.

October 1916

American Beet Sugar
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locamotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Central Leather
General Electric
Goodrich
Republic Iron & Steel
Studebaker
Texas Company
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Utah Copper
Western Union
Westinghouse


March 1920

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Central Leather
Corn Products
General Electric
Goodrich
Republic Iron & Steel
Studebaker
Texas Company
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Utah Copper
Western Union
Westinghouse


January 1924

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Du Pont
General Electric
Mack Trucks
Republic Iron & Steel
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Studebaker
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Utah Copper
Western Union
Westinghouse


February 1924

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Du Pont
General Electric
Mack Trucks
Republic Iron & Steel
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Standard Oil of California
Studebaker
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Western Union
Westinghouse


May 1924

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Du Pont
General Electric
Mack Trucks
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Standard Oil of California
Studebaker non - par
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Western Union
Westinghouse
Woolworth


August 1925

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Kennecott
Mack Trucks
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Texas Company
U.S. Realty
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Western Union
Westinghouse
Woolworth


December 1925

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Kennecott
Mack Trucks
Paramount Famous Lasky
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Texas Company
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Western Union
Woolworth


December 1925


Allied Chemical
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Mack Trucks
Paramount Famous Lasky
Remington Typewriter
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Texas Company
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Western Union
Woolworth

March 1927

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Mack Trucks
Paramount Famous Lasky
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Texas Company
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel
Western Union
Woolworth


In October 1928, the Dow Industrials first appeared with 30 stocks.    This was prepared one year before the stock market crash.

October 1928

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
General Electric
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Mack Trucks
Nash Motors
North American
Paramount Publix
Postum, Inc
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Victor Talking Machine
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
Wright Aeronautical


January 1929

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
General Electric
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Mack Trucks
Nash Motors
National Cash Register
North American
Paramount Publix
Postum, Inc
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
Wright Aeronautical


This is how the Dow looked at the time of the Stock Market Crash on October 29th, 1929.
 
September 1929

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Curtiss-Wright
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Mack Trucks
Nash Motors
National Cash Register
North American
Paramount Publix
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


January 1930

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Tobacco
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Curtiss-Wright
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Mack Trucks
Nash Motors
National Cash Register
Paramount Publix
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


July 1930

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
Bethlehem Steel
Borden
Chrysler
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
Hudson Motor
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Liggett & Myers
Mack Trucks
National Cash Register
Paramount Publix
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
United Air Transport
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


May 1932

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Tobacco
Bethlehem Steel
Borden
Chrysler
Coca Cola
Drug Inc.
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Nickel
International Shoe
Johns-Manville
Loew's
Nash Motors
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


June 1933

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Tobacco B.
Bethlehem Steel
Borden
Chrysler
Coca Cola
Corn Products Refining
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Loew's
Nash Motors
National Distillers
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


November 1935

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Tobacco B.
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Corn Products Refining
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Loew's
Nash Motors
National Distillers
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


March 1939

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B.
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Corn Products Refining
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Loew's
National Distillers
National Steel
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


July 1956

Allied Chemical
Allied Can
American Smelting
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B.
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Corn Products Refining
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Harvester
International Nickel
International Paper
Johns-Manville
National Distillers
National Steel
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


June 1959

Allied Chemical
Aluminum Company Of America
American Can
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Harvester
International Nickel
International Paper
Johns-Manville
Owen's-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil (N.J.)
Swift & Co.
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


August 1976

Allied Chemical
Aluminum Company Of America
American Can
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B.
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
Esmark
Exxon
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Harvester
International Nickel
International Paper
Johns-Manville
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owen's-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
United Technologies
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


June 1979

Allied Chemical
Aluminum Company Of America
American Can
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B.
Bethlehem Steel
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Nickel
International Paper
Johns-Manville
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owen's-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Standard Oil of California
Texas Corporation
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


October 1985

Allied-Signal
Aluminum Company Of America
American Can
American Express
American Telephone & Telegraph
Bethlehem Steel
Chevron Corporation
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
Inco
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Paper
McDonald's Corporation
Merck & Company
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owen's-Illinois
Philip Morris Companies
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Texaco
Union Carbide
United Technologies
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


January 1991

AT&T
Allied-Signal
Alcoa
American Express
Bethlehem Steel
Boeing
Caterpillar
Chevron Corporation
Coca Cola
Disney
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Paper
McDonald's Corporation
Merck & Company
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Morgan J. P.
Philip Morris Companies
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Texaco
Union Carbide
United Technologies
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth


March 1997

AT&T
Allied-Signal
Alcoa
American Express
Boeing
Caterpillar
Chevron Corporation
Coca Cola
Disney
Du Pont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
Hewlett Packard
International Business Machines
International Paper
Johnson & Johnson
McDonald's Corporation
Merck & Company
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Morgan J. P.
Philip Morris Companies
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck & Co
Travelers Group
Union Carbide
United Technologies
Wal-Mart Stores



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