Sebastian Seiler(1810-1890) was a German, an associate of Wilhelm Weitling, a Swiss reformer. He was a journalist on the Rheinische Zeitung and a member of the Brussels Communist Correspondence Committee in 1846. Seiler was "a stenographer to the French National Assembly in 1848 and 1849." He joined the Communist League and took part in the 1848-1849 revolution in Germany. Following the suppression of that revolution, Seiler escaped to London, England in the 1850s. From 1859-1860 he was the editor of the Deutsche Zeitung, and he started a weekly paper in 1860, The New Orleans Journal. Seiler later worked for Negro suffrage.
- Gilbert, Alan (1981). Marx's politics: Communists and citizens. Rutgers University Press. p. 291. ISBN 978-0-8135-0903-7.
- Biographical note contained in the Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels: Volume 38 (International Publishers: New York, 1982) p. 669.
- The German-language press in America, Carl Frederick Wittke, 1957. p. 101
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- Class Struggles in France, 1848 to 1850, marxengels.public-archive.net
- Germans of Louisiana, Ellen C. Merril, 2011
- Works by or about Sebastian Seiler at Internet Archive
- Pseudonyms of Sebastian Seiler, German National Library
- New Orleans Journal, published by Sebastian Seiler
- "The famous author of "Kaspar Hauser", letter by Karl Marx
- (in German) Kaspar Hauser, der Thronerber Badens, by Sebastian Seiler. Paris, 1845.
- (in German) Das Complot vom 13. Juni 1849 oder der letzte Sieg der Bourgeoisie in Frankreich: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Gegenwart, by Sebastian Seiler
- (in Dutch) Het complot van 13 juni 1849 of de laatste overwinning van de bourgeoisie in Frankrijk, Een bijdrage aan de hedendaagse geschiedenis, by Sebastian Seiler
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