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Prologue
Phoenix City
Urbs in Horto
The Great Fire
The Burnt-Out Heart
"The Great Rebuilding"
Magnet Attracting
By the Numbers
The Embattled House of Labor
Bread or Death
Summer of '77
The Cavalry to the Rescue
Driving the Rioters
Battling Broadsides
Mob Menace
The Lines are Drawn
Calling Out the Guard
For What We Will (audio)
Culture and Politics
Alternative America
The Voice of Protest
Grand Anniversary (audio)
Parades and Power
Ten Long Barrels
From the Archive
Proclaiming Order
The Roots of Radicalism: August Spies
The Roots of Radicalism: Albert Parsons
Act I
Culture & Anarchy
Shades of Red
Lucy Parsons
Points of Contact
Freedom of the Press
Radical Sabbath
Banner Days
Picnics and Politics
Bomb-Talking
Fair Warning
Johann Most
Dynamite in Print
Infernal Machines
The Fuse Is Lit
Giving Thanks
At Capital's Capitol
A Club in Time
We Mean to Have Eight Hours
Product Placement
Before the Strike
From the Archive
The Pittsburgh Manifesto
Word to Tramps
Anarchist Ammunition
Anarchy vs. Government
Act II
The Black Road
Scion of Capital
Standing for Labor
The McCormick Riot
Revenge
The Monday Night Meeting
Ruhe!
Attention Workingmen!
Setting the Scene
  Haymarket Then and Now
Haymarket Panorama (qtvr)
Tragedy Enacted
A Peaceable Meeting
The Faces of Authority
The Artifacts of Order
The Bomb
Moment of Truth
Tending the Wounded
The First Martyrs
Morning After
From the Archive
Blut
G.P. English
Captain William Ward
Samuel Fielden
Mayor Carter Harrison
Police Reports
Dead and Wounded
Act III
Guardians of the Peace
Whereas Great Excitement Exists
Chicago's Finest
Man on a Mission
Red Roundup
The Trappings of Anarchy
A Desperate Struggle
Parsons in Hiding
The One that Got Away
To the Bar of Justice
State's Attorney Grinnell
The Defense Committee
Captain Black
Forthwith Capias
Framing the Indictment
Making Bail
Change of Venue
Anarchy on Trial
Courthouse Area
Judge Gary Presiding
A Dramatic Surrender
A Series of Motions
Gentlemen of the Jury
Challenging the Array
Center Stage
Guilty
Court of Public Opinion
Front Page News
Pulling the Plow
Justice Strikes Back
The Chicago Riot
The End of Anarchy
Fearsome Fiction
Law and Order
Souvenir
Counterpoint
Cast of Characters
An Illustrated Fable
Liberty is Not Anarchy
From the Archive
Voir Dire
Witnesses for the Prosecution
Motion to Dismiss
Witnesses for the Defense
Accusing the Accusers
Pronouncing Sentence
Act IV
Higher Laws
Supersedeas
Defending the Verdict
Appeal Denied
Penitentiary Mittimus
Chief Justice Waite
Final Arbiter
Other Venues
Anarchist Publishing Association
The Accused and the Accusers
Mrs. Lucy Parsons
The Cure for Anarchy
Labor's Dilemna
A Lonely Voice
Divided Opinion
Shadow of the Gallows
On Guard
A Match Made in Prison
Affecting Interviews
Guilty, or Insane?
Horrible Suicide
Powerful Silence
Be It Remembered
Bonnie Annie Laurie (audio)
Final Hours
Last Relics
Death March
The Penalty of their Crime
Bearing Witness
Trap Fell
The Complete Drama
From the Archive
Brief and Argument
Nina Van Zandt Spies
To the People of America
To Typographical Union No. 9
Mercy Renounced
Act V
Mourning and Memory
The March to the Grave
Captain Black's Last Plea
Pioneer Aid
Last Resting Place
The Waldheim Monument
Honoring the Police
Continuing Appeal
Hard Labor
To the Aid of the Living
Symbol of the Cause
Public Discussion
Judgement on Trial
Four Rallies
Albert Parsons Lives
Captain Schaack Speaks
Capture the Flag
Absolute Pardon
John Peter Altgeld
Judge Gary Files his Plea
Sensing the Moment
The Friend of Mad Dogs
Enduring Gratitude
From the Archive
Clear Duty
Epilogue
Landmark Status
Visions of Waldheim
Monument Panorama
To Serve and Protect
Monument on the Move
Veteran's Days
Honoring his Honor
Guarding the Memory
Tellings and Retellings
Lucy's Long Journey
Kindred Spirits
The International Stage
Arts and Letters
A Century and Counting
The Struggle Continues
Contested Site
Rallying Point
Centennial Celebration
Conference and Exhibition
Whose Truth
Who Threw the Bomb?
A Modest Marker
Personal Recollections
Studs Terkel Recalls Lucy Parsons
Leslie Orear on Haymarket's Heritage
Oscar William Neebe
Richard Butterly, James Cosgrove, John Cosgrove