autobiographies

Engel, George, 1836-1887: autobiography

George Engel

Autobiography of anarchist and Haymarket martyr, George Engel.

Fielden, Samuel, 1847-1922: autobiography

Samuel Fielden

Autobiography of Samuel Fielden, anarchist who was convicted after the Haymarket riot but escaped execution and was later pardoned.

Neebe, Oscar, 1850-1916: autobiography

Oscar Neebe

Autobiography of anarchist and Haymarket martyr Oscar Neebe, who avoided execution and was later pardoned.

Lingg, Louis, 1864-1887: autobiography

Louis Lingg

Autobiography of anarchist and Haymarket martyr Louis Lingg, who cheated the hangman's noose by killing himself before his execution date.

Schwab, Michael, 1853-1898: autobiography

Michael Schwab

Autobiography of anarchist and Haymarket martyr Michael Schwab, written from prison.

Spies, August, 1855-1887: autobiography

August Spies

Autobiography of August Spies, Haymarket martyr and anarchist, written from prison.

Fischer, Adolph, 1858-1887: autobiography

Adolph Fischer

Autobiography of Haymarket martyr and anarchist Adolph Fischer.

Parsons, Albert, 1848-1887: autobiography

Albert Parsons

The autobiography of Albert Parsons, Haymarket martyr, written from prison.

Autobiographies of the Haymarket martyrs

The full autobiographies of each of the Haymarket martyrs: eight Chicago anarchists who were sentenced to death and in whose memory we celebrate May Day, International Workers' Day. Originally written for the Knights of Labor journal.

Assata: An autobiography - Assata Shakur

PDF e-book of the autobiography of black revolutionary, Assata Shakur. We do not agree with all of her politics but reproduce this text for reference.