Author:Daniel De Leon

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Daniel De Leon
(1852–1914)
A Curaçao-born American socialist and Syndicalism-influenced trade unionist of Jewish origin.

Works[edit]

Les Mysteres du Peuple[edit]

Translation of Les Mysteres du Peuple, appearing in Daily People

  1. The Gold Sickle; or Hena, the Virgin of the The Isle of Sen: A Tale of Druid Gaul. [1904]
  2. The Brass Bell; or, The Chariot of Death: A Tale of Caesar's Gallic Invasion. [1907]
  3. The Iron Collar; or, Faustina and Syomara: A Tale of Slavery Under the Romans. [1909]
  4. The Silver Cross; or, the Carpenter of Nazareth: A Tale of Jerusalem. [1903, 1909]
  5. The Casque's Lark or Victoria; or, The Mother of the Camps: A Tale of the Frankish Invasion of Gaul. [1909]
  6. The Poniard's Hilt; or, Karadeucq and Ronan: A Tale of Baguders and Vagres. [1907]
  7. The Branding Needle; or, The Monastery of Charolles: A Tale of the First Communal Charter. [1908]
  8. The Abbatial Crosier; or, Bonaik and Septimine: A Tale of a Medieval Abbess. [1908]
  9. The Carlovingian Coins; or, The Daughters of Charlemagne: A Tale of the Ninth Century. [1908]
  10. The Iron Arrow Head; or, the Buckler Maiden: A Tale of the Northman Invasion. [1909]
  11. The Infant's Skull; or, The End of the World: A Tale of the Millennium. [1904]
  12. The Pilgrim's Shell; or, Fergan the Quarryman: A Tale From the Feudal Times. [1904]
  13. The Iron Pincers; or, Mylio and Karvel: A Tale of the Albigensian Crusades. [1909]
  14. The Iron Trevet; or, Jocelyn the Champion: A Tale of the Jacquerie. [1906]
  15. The Executioner's Knife; or, Joan of Arc: A Tale of the Inquisition. [1910]
  16. The Pocket Bible v. 1; or, The Christian Printer: A Tale of the Sixteenth Century. [1910]
  17. The Pocket Bible v. 2; or, The Christian Printer: A Tale of the Sixteenth Century. [1910]
  18. The Blacksmith's Hammer; or, the Peasant Code: A Tale of the Grand Monarch. [1910]
  19. The Sword of Honour v. 1; or, The Foundation of the French Republic: A Tale of the French Revolution. [1910, 1911]
  20. The Sword of Honour v. 2; or, The Foundation of the French Republic: A Tale of the French Revolution. [1910, 1911]
  21. The Galley Slave's Ring; or, The Family of Lebrenn: A Tale of the French Revolution of 1848. [1911]

See also[edit]

Portal:Industrial Workers of the World


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1914, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 99 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.