\hˈe͡ɪmɑːkˌɪt mˈasəkə], \hˈeɪmɑːkˌɪt mˈasəkə], \h_ˈeɪ_m_ɑː_k_ˌɪ_t m_ˈa_s_ə_k_ə]\
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(Chicago), an Anarchist riot, originating in labor troubles which culminated in an open-air meeting in Haymarket Square May 4, 1886. Violent speeches were made by the Anarchists Spies, Parsons and Fielden. A bomb was thrown among the police, causing great loss of life. Spies, Parsons, Fischer, Engel, Schwab, Lingg and Neebe were arrested and tried. The first four were hanged November 11, 1887. Fielden and Schwab were imprisoned for life. Lingg committed suicide. Governor Altgeld, of Illinois, pardoned Fielden and Schwab in 1893.
By John Franklin Jameson
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