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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. It was published in Pierre, South Dakota by Wm. J. Mundt. Marguerite Karcher-Sahr, the daughter of Pierre pioneer Henry Karcher, wrote for the newspaper. Ruth B. Hipple was one of the editors.

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