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Saint Peters Bote

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Title
Saint Peters Bote
Minority studied
Germans
Description
Saint Peters Bote was a German language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It was a German Catholic newspaper, which aims at the instruction and edification of German Catholics in all of Western Canada. The editors of Saint Peters Bote were Benedictine priests who were fluent in both German and English. The newspaper was published weekly to serve an important role in St. Peter’s Colony, which was providing news and information on the Catholic faith and German-Catholic traditions. The first issue of the newspaper appeared in Winnipeg on Feb. 11, 1904. In 1923 an English version of the same paper was printed under the name St. Peter’s Messenger (and then Prairie Messenger). Saint Peters Bote ceased publication in 1947.
Founder/Author
Mayer, Alfred
Minority media language
German
Minority media type
Newspaper
Medium
Print media
Spatial Coverage
Manitoba,Canada
Temporal Coverage
1904 - 1947
Owner
Alfred Mayer
Head Office Location
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Archive
Worldcat, http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1032978306 (Retrieved April 9, 2019)

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