South Dakota Messenger

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The South Dakota Messenger was a weekly feminist newspaper in South Dakota, United States from January 1912 to October 1914.[1][2] It was published in Pierre, South Dakota by Wm. J. Mundt.[1] Marguerite Karcher-Sahr, the daughter of Pierre pioneer Henry Karcher, wrote for the newspaper.[3] Ruth B. Hipple was one of the editors.[2]


  • Leslie Ann Medema, The Role of the South Dakota Messenger in the Woman Suffrage Campaign of 1913-1914 (University of South Dakota Press, 2000)


  1. ^ a b Library of Congress
  2. ^ a b Paula M. Nelson, 'Home and Family First: Women and Political Culture', in The Plains Political Tradition: Essays on South Dakota Political Culture, Jon K. Lauck (ed.), John E. Miller (ed.), Donald C. Simmons, Jr. (ed.), Pierre, South Dakota: South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 2011, pp. 148-150
  3. ^ Karcher-Sahr House