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1896 - 1934


1896 May 26                     List 1

American Cotton Oil
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas (absorbed by Peoples Gas in 1897)
Distilling & Cattle Feeding (later named American Spirits Manufacturing)
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
North American
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber (became Uniroyal, now part of Michelin)
1896 August 26                     List 2

U.S. Cordage preferred replaces North American

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing (formerly Distilling & Cattle Feeding)
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas (absorbed by Peoples Gas in 1897)
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Cordage preferred
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber (became Uniroyal, now part of Michelin)
1896 November 10                     List 3

Pacific Mail Steamship replaces US Rubber

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing (formerly Distilling & Cattle Feeding)
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas (absorbed by Peoples Gas in 1897)
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Cordage preferred
U.S. Leather preferred
1896 December 23                     List 4

Standard Rope & Twine replaces U.S. Cordage preferred

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing (formerly Distilling & Cattle Feeding)
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Tobacco
Chicago Gas (absorbed by Peoples Gas in 1897)
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Standard Rope & Twine
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
1898 March 24                     List 5

Peoples Gas replaces Chicago Gas

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing (formerly Distilling & Cattle Feeding)
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Tobacco
General Electric
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
Standard Rope & Twine
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
1898 September                     List 6

U.S. Rubber replaces General Electric

American Cotton Oil
American Spirits Manufacturing (formerly Distilling & Cattle Feeding)
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Tobacco
Laclede Gas
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
Standard Rope & Twine
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber
1899 April 21                     List 7

Continental Tobacco
Federal Steel
General Electric
American Steel & Wire

replace

American Spirits Manufacturing
American Tobacco
Laclede Gas
Standard Rope & Twine

American Cotton Oil
American Steel & Wire
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Continental Tobacco
Federal Steel
General Electric
National Lead
Pacific Mail Steamship
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber
1901 April 1                     List 8

Amalgamated Copper
American Smelting & Refining
International Paper preferred,
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred

replace

American Cotton Oil
Federal Steel
General Electric
Pacific Mail
American Steel & Wire

Amalgamated Copper
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Continental Tobacco
International Paper preferred
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1901 July 1                     List 9

American Car & Foundry
Colorado Fuel & Iron

replace

Continental Tobacco
International Paper preferred

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Colorado Fuel & Iron
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Leather preferred
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1905 April 1                     List 10

U.S. Rubber 1st preferred

replaces

U.S. Leather preferred

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Colorado Fuel & Iron
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
Tennessee Coal & Iron
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Rubber 1st preferred
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1907 November 7                     List 11

General Electric

replaces

Tennessee Coal & Iron

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Colorado Fuel & Iron
General Electric
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Rubber 1st preferred
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1912 May 12                     List 12

Central Leather

replaces

Colorado Fuel & Iron

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Central Leather
General Electric
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Rubber 1st preferred
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1915 March 16                     List 13

General Motors

replaces

U.S. Rubber 1st preferred

Amalgamated Copper
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Central Leather
General Electric
General Motors
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1915 July 29                     List 14

Anaconda Copper

replaces

Amalgamated Copper

American Car & Foundry
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
Anaconda Copper
Central Leather
General Electric
General Motors
National Lead
Peoples Gas (absorbed Chicago Gas in 1897)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred
1916 October 4                     List 15

Dow Jones Industrial list increases to 20 stocks, all common

4 companies removed
National Lead
Peoples Gas
General Motors
U.S. Steel preferred

12 companies added
American Beet Sugar
American Can
American Locomotive,
American Telephone & Telegraph
Baldwin Locomotive
Goodrich
Republic Iron & Steel
Studebaker
Texas Company
Utah Copper
Westinghouse
Western Union

8 companies remained
American Car & Foundry
American Smelting
American Sugar
Anaconda Copper
Central Leather
General Electric
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel

American Beet Sugar
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Central Leather
General Electric
Goodrich
Republic Iron & Steel
Studebaker
Texas Company (renamed Texaco 1959)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Utah Copper
Western Union
Westinghouse
1920 March 1                     List 16

Corn Products Refining Co.

replaces

American Beet Sugar

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
Central Leather
Corn Products Refining Co.
General Electric
Goodrich
Republic Iron & Steel
Studebaker
Texas Company (renamed Texaco 1959)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Utah Copper
Western Union
Westinghouse
1924 January 22                     List 17

American Tobacco
Du Pont
Mack Trucks
Sears, Roebuck

replace

Corn Products
Central Leather
Goodrich
Texas Company

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
DuPont
General Electric
Mack Trucks
Republic Iron & Steel
Sears, Roebuck
Studebaker
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Utah Copper
Western Union
Westinghouse
1924 February 6                     List 18

Standard Oil of California

replaces

Utah Copper

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
DuPont
General Electric
Mack Trucks
Republic Iron & Steel
Sears, Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Studebaker
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Western Union
Westinghouse
1924 May 12                     List 19

Studebaker non-par
Woolworth

replace

Studebaker(old)
Republic Iron & Steel

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
Anaconda Copper
Baldwin Locomotive
DuPont
General Electric
Mack Trucks
Sears, Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Studebaker non-par
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Western Union
Westinghouse
Woolworth
1925 August 31                     List 20

General Motors
International Harvester
Kennecott
Texas Company
US Realty

replace

Anaconda Copper
Baldwin
Du Pont
Standard Oil of California
Studebaker

American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Kennecott
Mack Trucks
Sears, Roebuck
Texas Company (renamed Texaco 1959)
US Realty
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Western Union
Westinghouse
Woolworth
1925 December 7                     List 21

Allied Chemical
Paramount Famous Lasky

replace

U.S. Realty
Westinghouse Electric

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Kennecott
Mack Trucks
Paramount Famous Lasky
Sears, Roebuck
Texas Company (renamed Texaco 1959)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Western Union
Woolworth
1925 December 31                     List 22

Remington Typewriter
Mack Trucks, ex-stock dividend

replace

Kennecott
Mack Trucks stock dividend attached

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Mack Trucks, ex stock dividend
Paramount Famous Lasky
Remington Typewriter
Sears, Roebuck
Texas Company (renamed Texaco 1959)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
Western Union
Woolworth
1927 March 16                     List 23

United Drug

replaces

Remington Typewriter

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar (eventually became Amstar Holdings)
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Mack Trucks, ex stock dividend
Paramount Famous Lasky (renamed Paramount Publix Corporation in 1928)
Sears, Roebuck
Texas Company (renamed Texaco 1959)
U.S. Rubber
U.S. Steel common
United Drug
Western Union
Woolworth
1928 October 1                     List 24

Industrial Average increased to 30 stocks


16 Stocks Added
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Nickel
Nash Motors
North American
Postum Inc.
Radio Corp.
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
Victor Talking Machine
Westinghouse Electric
Wright Aeronautical


6 Stocks Removed
American Car & Foundry
American Locomotive
American Telephone & Telegraph
United Drug
U.S. Rubber
Western Union

14 Stocks Remained
Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting
American Sugar
American Tobacco B
General Electric
General Motors
International Harvester
Mack Truck
Paramount Publix Corporation
Sears, Roebuck
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Woolworth

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
American Tobacco B
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
General Electric
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Mack Trucks ex-stock dividend
Nash Motors
North American
Paramount Publix Corporation (formerly Paramount Famous Lasky)
Postum Inc.
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Victor Talking Machine
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
Wright Aeronautical (Merged with Curtiss Aeroplane 07-05-1929 forming Curtiss-Wright)

1929 January 8                     List 25

National Cash Register

replaces

Victor Talking Machine

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
American Tobacco B
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
General Electric
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Mack Trucks ex-stock dividend
Nash Motors
National Cash Register
North American
Paramount Publix Corporation (formerly Paramount Famous Lasky)
Postum Inc.(renamed General Foods 7/25/29)
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
Wright Aeronautical (Merged with Curtiss Aeroplane 07-05-1929 forming Curtiss-Wright)

1929 September 14                     List 26

Curtiss-Wright

replaces

Wright Aeronautical

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
American Tobacco B
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Curtiss-Wright (formerly Wright Aeronautical)
General Electric
General Foods (formerly named Postum)
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Mack Trucks ex-stock dividend
Nash Motors
National Cash Register
North American
Paramount Publix Corporation
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1930 January 29                     List 27

Johns-Manville

replaces

North American

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Sugar
American Tobacco B
Atlantic Refining
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Curtiss-Wright (formerly Wright Aeronautical)
General Electric
General Foods (formerly named Postum)
General Motors
General Railway Signal
Goodrich
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Mack Trucks ex-stock dividend
Nash Motors
National Cash Register
Paramount Publix Corporation
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
Texas Gulf Sulphur
Union Carbide
U.S. Steel
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1930 July 18                     List 28

Borden replaces American Sugar
Eastman Kodak replaces American Tobacco B
Goodyear replaces Atlantic Refining
Liggett & Myers replaces General Railway Signal
Standard Oil of California replaces Goodrich
United Air Transport replaces Nash Motors
Hudson Motor replaces Curtiss-Wright

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
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 ex-stock dividend
National Cash Register
Paramount Publix Corporation
Radio Corporation
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
Texas Gulf Sulphur
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Air Transport
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1932 May 26                     List 29

American Tobacco B replaces Liggett & Myers
Coca Cola replaces Hudson Motor
Drug Inc. replaces Mack Trucks
International Business Machines replaces National Cash Register
International Shoe replaces Texas Gulf Sulphur
Loew's replaces Paramount Publix Corporation
Nash Motors replaces Radio Corp.
Procter & Gamble replaces United Air Transport

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Tobacco B
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
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1933 August 15                     List 30

Corn Products Refining replaces Drug Inc.
United Aircraft replaces International Shoe

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
Borden
Chrysler
Coca Cola
Corn Products Refining Company
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Loew's
Nash Motors
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1934 August 13                     List 31

National Distillers replaces United Aircraft

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
Borden
Chrysler
Coca Cola
Corn Products Refining Company
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
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth

1935 - Present

1935 November 20                     List 32

Du Pont replaces Borden;
National Steel replaces Coca Cola

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Corn Products Refining Company
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Nickel
Johns-Manville
Loew's
Nash Motors
National Distillers
National Steel
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1939 March 14                     List 33

American Tel. & Tel. replaces I.B.M.
United Aircraft replaces Nash Kelvinator

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Corn Products Refining Company
DuPont
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
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1956 July 03                     List 34

International Paper replaces Loew's Inc.

Allied Chemical
American Can
American Smelting & Refining
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
Corn Products Refining Company
DuPont
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
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Texas Company
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Aircraft
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1959 June 01                     List 35

Anaconda replaces American Smelting
Swift & Co. replaces Corn Products
Aluminum Co. of America replaces National Steel
Owens-Illinois Glass replaces National Distillers

Allied Chemical
Aluminum Company of America
American Can
Anaconda Copper
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B (renamed American Brands 1969)
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
International Harvester
International Nickel (renamed Inco 04/21/1976)
International Paper
Johns-Manville
Owens-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Standard Oil of New Jersey (renamed Exxon 11/01/1972)
Swift & Company (renamed Esmark 05/30/1973)
Texaco (formerly The Texas Company)
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Aircraft (renamed United Technologies 05/01/1975)
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1976 August 9                     List 36

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing replaces Anaconda Copper

Allied Chemical
Aluminum Company of America
American Can
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
Chrysler
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Esmark (formerly Swift & Company)
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
Inco (formerly International Nickel)
International Harvester
International Paper
Johns-Manville
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owens-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Texaco
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1979 June 29                     List 37

International Business Machines replaces Chrysler
Merck replaces Esmark

Allied Chemical
Aluminum Company of America
American Can
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
Inco (formerly International Nickel)
International Business Machines
International Harvester
International Paper
Johns-Manville
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owens-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California
Texaco
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1982 August 30                     List 38

American Express Co. replaces Johns-Manville Corp.

Allied Chemical (renamed Allied-Signal Sept 19, 1985)
Aluminum Company of America
American Can
American Express Company
American Telephone & Telegraph
American Tobacco B
Bethlehem Steel
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Foods
General Motors
Goodyear
Inco (formerly International Nickel)
International Business Machines
International Harvester (renamed Navistar 02/20/1986)
International Paper
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owens-Illinois Glass
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Standard Oil of California (renamed Chevron 07/02/1984)
Texaco
U.S. Steel
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1985 October 30                     List 39

Philip Morris Cos. replaces General Foods Corp.
McDonald's Corp. replaces American Tobacco B

Allied-Signal (formerly Allied Chemical)
Aluminum Company of America
American Can
American Express Company
American Telephone & Telegraph
Bethlehem Steel
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
Inco (formerly International Nickel)
International Business Machines
International Harvester (renamed Navistar 02/20/1986)
International Paper
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Owens-Illinois Glass
Philip Morris
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Texaco
U.S. Steel (renamed USX 07/08/1986)
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1987 March 12                     List 40

Coca-Cola Co. replaces Owens-Illinois Inc.
Boeing Co. replaces Inco Ltd.

Allied-Signal (formerly Allied Chemical)
Aluminum Company of America
American Can (Name Changed to Primerica April 29, 1987)
American Express Company
American Telephone & Telegraph
Bethlehem Steel
Boeing Co.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Paper
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Navistar (formerly International Harvester)
Philip Morris
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Texaco
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
USX (formerly U.S. Steel) Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1991 May 6                     List 41

Caterpillar Inc. replaces Navistar International Corp.
Disney Company replaces USX Corp.
J.P. Morgan & Co. replaces Primerica Corp. (formerly American Can)

Allied-Signal (renamed AlliedSignal April 26, 1993) (formerly Allied Chemical)
Aluminum Company of America
American Express Company
American Telephone & Telegraph (renamed AT&T 04/20/1994)
Bethlehem Steel
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
International Business Machines
International Paper
J.P. Morgan
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Philip Morris
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Texaco
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Walt Disney Company
Westinghouse Electric
Woolworth
1997 March 17                     List 42

Travelers Group Inc. (now Citigroup Inc.) replaces Westinghouse Electric Corp.
Hewlett-Packard Co. replaces Texaco Inc.
Johnson & Johnson replaces Bethlehem Steel Corp.
Wal-Mart replaces Woolworth

AlliedSignal (formerly Allied-Signal)
 (June 10, 1999 AlliedSignal buys out Honeywell and changes name to Honeywell)
Aluminum Company of America
American Express Company
AT&T (formerly American Telephone & Telegraph)
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon (formerly Standard Oil of New Jersey)
General Electric
General Motors
Goodyear
Hewlett-Packard Co.
International Business Machines
International Paper
J.P. Morgan
Johnson & Johnson
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Philip Morris
Procter & Gamble
Sears Roebuck
Travelers Group (renamed Citigroup 10/18/1998)
Union Carbide
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
1999 November 1                     List 43

Intel
Microsoft
Home Depot
SBC Communications

replace

Chevron
Goodyear
Sears Roebuck
Union Carbide

AlliedSignal
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
AT&T (formerly American Telephone & Telegraph)
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Citigroup (formerly Travelers Group)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon Mobil (formerly Exxon)
General Electric
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
International Paper
J.P. Morgan (renamed JP Morgan Chase & Co. Jan 2, 2001 after merging with Chase Manhattan)
Johnson & Johnson
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
Philip Morris (renamed Altria 01/27/2003)
Procter & Gamble
Southwestern Bell Corporation (SBC) Communications
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2003 January 27                     List 44

Philip Morris changes name to Altria.
Exxon name changed to Exxon Mobil Company.
AlliedSignal Incorporated changes name to Honeywell International after merging with Honeywell International.
J.P. Morgan name changed Jan 2, 2001 to JPMorgan Chase & Co. after merging with Chase Manhattan.
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing name changed to 3M Company.

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Altria (formerly Philip Morris)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
AT&T (formerly American Telephone & Telegraph)
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Citigroup (formerly Travelers Group)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Exxon Mobil (formerly Exxon)
General Electric
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Honeywell (formerly AlliedSignal)
Intel
International Business Machines
International Paper
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Procter & Gamble
Southwestern Bell Corporation (SBC) Communications
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2004 April 8                     List 45

Pfizer
Verizon
American International Group (AIG)

replace

International Paper
AT&T
Eastman Kodak

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Altria (formerly Philip Morris)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
American International Group (AIG)
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Citigroup (formerly Travelers Group)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Honeywell (formerly AlliedSignal)
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
Southwestern Bell Corporation (SBC) Communications
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2005 November 21                     List 46

SBC buys AT&T. New company is AT&T Incorporated

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Altria (formerly Philip Morris)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
American International Group (AIG)
AT&T Incorporated
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Citigroup (formerly Travelers Group)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Honeywell (formerly AlliedSignal)
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2008 February 19                     List 47

Bank of America
Chevron

replace

Altria
Honeywell

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
American International Group (AIG)
AT&T Incorporated
Bank of America
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Citigroup (formerly Travelers Group)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2008 September 22                     List 48

Kraft Foods replaces American International Group

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
AT&T Incorporated
Bank of America
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Citigroup (formerly Travelers Group)
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
General Motors
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kraft Foods
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2009 June 08                     List 49

Cisco Systems replaces General Motors
Travelers replaces Citigroup

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
AT&T Incorporated
Bank of America
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Cisco Systems
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kraft Foods
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
Travelers
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2012 September 24                     List 50

UnitedHealth Group replaces Kraft Foods

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa)
American Express Company
AT&T Incorporated
Bank of America
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Cisco Systems
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
Hewlett-Packard Co.
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
Travelers
UnitedHealth Group
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2013 September 23                     List 51

Goldman Sachs
Nike
Visa

replace

Alcoa
Bank of America
Hewlett-Packard

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
American Express Company
AT&T Incorporated
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Cisco Systems
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
Goldman Sachs
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Nike
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
Travelers
UnitedHealth Group
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Visa
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company
2015 March 19                     List 52

Apple Inc. replaces AT&T

3M Company (formerly Minnesota Mining & Mfg)
American Express Company
Apple Inc.
Boeing Co.
Caterpillar Inc.
Chevron (formerly Standard Oil of California)
Cisco Systems
Coca-Cola
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
General Electric
Goldman Sachs
Home Depot
Intel
International Business Machines
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
McDonald's Corp.
Merck
Microsoft
Nike
Pfizer
Procter & Gamble
Travelers
UnitedHealth Group
United Technologies (formerly United Aircraft)
Verizon
Visa
Wal-Mart
Walt Disney Company

Since 05/26/1896, the Dow Jones list of companies has changed 51 times.
So, the most recent listing, 03/19/2015, is the 52nd such listing.

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