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Haymarket Bibliography

Adelman, William. Haymarket revisited: a tour guide of labor history
sites and ethnic neighborhoods connected with the Haymarket Affair. Chicago: Illinois Labor History Society, 1976.
Altgeld, John Peter. Reasons for Pardoning Fielden, Neebe and
Schwab. Chicago,1983.
Altgeld, J P. (1899). The Chicago martyrs: the famous speeches of
the eight anarchists in Judge Gary's court, October 7, 8, 9, 1886, and Reasons for pardoning Fielden, Neebe, and Schwab. San Francisco: Free Society.
Avrich, P. (1984). The Haymarket Tragedy. Princeton,
N.J.: Princeton University Press.
Baldwin, G.S. (1886). Anarchy at an end: lives, trial
and conviction of the eight Chicago anarchists. Chicago.
Bennet, Freemont O. The Chicago Anarchists and the Haymarket
Massacre. Chicago: The Blakely printing company, 1887.
Boudreau, Kristin. (2005) "Elegies for the Haymarket Anarchists."
American Literature. 77.2: 319-347. Print.
Calmer, A. (1937) Labor Agitator: The Story of Albert R.
Parsons. New York: International.
Chicago Labor Press Association (1886). The Great Anarchist Trials:
The Hay Market Riots As Delivered On The Evening Of The Throwing Of The Bomb, At Haymarket Square, Chicago, May 4, 1886, By: August Spies and Albert R Parsons. Chicago: Chicago Labor Press Association.
CSI Labor History: Haymarket and The Forensics of
Forgetting." 3.1 (2006): 37-40. Print.
Cohen, Michael. "Imagining Militarism." Radical History,
Review. 106 (2010): 86-110. Print.
David, H. (1936). The History of the Haymarket Affair.
New York: Russell & Russell, 1958.
De Cleyre, V. (1978). First Haymarket Mayday Speeches
(1895-1910). Oakland: Barricade Books.
De Cleyre, Voltairine. (1980). The First Mayday: The Haymarket
Speeches. New York, NY: Libertarian Book Club.
Denning, Michael."The Cultural Front: The Laboring of American Culture
in the Twentieth Century." American Quarterly. 51.4 (1999): 931-939. Print.
Fahs, Alice. "The Meanings of the Modern City: Chicago After
the Linguistic Turn." Reviews in American History . 24.3 (1996): 442-447. Print.
Flanagan, Maureen."The Disorderly Urban Community."
Journal of Urban History. 25.5 (1999): 725-733. Print.
Foner, Phillip Sheldon. The autobiographies of the
Haymarket martyrs . 1st paperback ed. New York, New York: Monad Press, 1977. 1-198. Print.
Glenn, R W. (1993). The Haymarket Affair an annotated
bibliography. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.
Green, James R. (2006). Death in the Haymarket: a story of Chicago, the
first labor movement, and the bombing that divided gilded age America. New York: Pantheon Books.
Herlihy, Mark. "Pursuing History in the Hub: Assessing Heritage Trails
in Boston." Public Historian. 25.2 (2003): 73-77. Print.
Johnson-McGrath, Julie. Urban Disorder and the Shape of Belief:
The Great Chicago Fire, the Haymarket Bomb, and the Model Town of Pullman.. 3rd ed. 38. Technology and Culture : 1997. 690-696. Print.
Johnson-McGrath, Julie. "Who Built the Built Environment? Artifacts,
Politics, and Urban Technology." Technology & Culture . 38.3 (1997): 690-696. Print.
Kelland, Lara (2005). "Putting Haymarket to Rest? ." Labor: Studies in
Working Class History of the Americas. 2.2: 31-38. Print.
Koenig, Brigitte Anne."'American Anarchism: The Politics of Gender,
Culture, and Community from Haymarket to the First World War'." Dissertation Abstracts International. 61.7 (2001): Print.
Lauesen, Frederikke. "'Cowards to the rear!
Men to the front!' The social revolutionary group in Chicago in the 1880's.." Arbejderhistorie. 1.1 (1998): 1-12. Print.
Lichtenstein, Alex."Twice the Work of Free Labor:
The Political Economy of Convict Labor in the New South." American Historical Review. 103.3 (1998): 978-979. Print.
McLean, N.G. (1888). The Rise and Fall of Anarchy in
America, Chicago: R.G. Badoux & Co.
McKinley, B. (1987). "'A Religion of the New Time':
Anarchist Memorials to the Haymarket Martyrs, 1888-1917". Labor History. Summer: 386-400.
Messer-Kruse, Timothy, James Eckert, Pannee Burckel, and
Jeffery Dunn (2005). "The Haymarket Bomb: Reassessing the Evidence ." 2 ed. : 39-51. Print.
Nelson, B. (1988). Beyond the Martyrs: A Social History
of Chicago's Anarchists, 1870-1900 . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Parrish, Timothy L. "Haymarket and 'Hazard:' The Lonely Politics of
William Dean Howells." Journal of American History. 17.4 (1994): 23-32. Print.
Parsons, A. R. (1889/1903) Life of Albert R. Parsons, with
brief history of the labor movement in America. Chicago: L.E. Parsons, 1889.
Prettyman, Gib. "The Next Big Thing:
Bussiness and Commercial Inspirationin 'a Hazard of New Fortunes'." American Literary Publication. 35.2 (2003): 95-119. Print.
Roediger, D. and F. Rosemont. Eds. (1986). Haymarket
Scrapbook. Chicago: Charles Kerr.
Rogin, Michael. The Cultural Front: The Laboring of
American Culture in the Twentieth Century. 2nd Ed. 84. New York, New York: Verso , 1997. 712-713. Print.
Schaack, M.J. (1889). Anarchy and anarchists: A
History of the Red Terror and the Social Revolution in America and Europe. Communism, Socialism, and Nihilism in Doctrine and in Deed. The Chicago Haymarket Conspiracy and the Detection and Trial of the Conspirators. Chicago: F.J. Schulte & Co.
Schneirov, Richard (2004). "Voting as a Class: Haymarket and
the Rise of a Democrat Labor Alliance in Late Nineteenth Century Chicago." 12.2: 6-21. Print.
Teaford, Jon (2006). "Good Read, Old Story." Reviews in American History.
34.3: 350-354.
VanDeburg, William L. "Towards the Abolition of Whiteness:
Essays on Race, Politics, and Working Class History." Journal of American History . 81.1 (1995): 173-175. Print.
Waisala, Wendy Ellen. "To Bring Forth a Note of One's Worth:
Contested Memory and the Labor Literature of the Haymarket Tragedy, the Triangle Fire, and Joe Hill'.." Dissertation Abstracts International. 58.4 (1998): Print.
Werstein, Irving (1970). Strangled Voices: The Story
of the Haymarket Affair. New York, New York: Atheneum.


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