Salvado, Rosendo, 1814-1900

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1814-03-01
Death 1900-12-29
Spaniards
Spanish; Castilian

Biographical notes:

Pioneer Catholic prelate. Born in Galicia, Spain, he arrived in WA in 1846 and subsequently established a Benedictine monastery at New Norcia as the centre of a mission to the Aborigines. In 1867, Pope Pius IX constituted the monastery as an abbey nullius dioecesis with Dom Salvado as perpetual abbot and bishop. The community at New Norcia included schools, farms and a Post and Telegraph Office.

From the description of Letter [manuscript]. 1897. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 223154738

Pioneer Catholic prelate. Born in Galicia, Spain, he arrived in WA in 1846 and subsequently established a Benedictine monastery at New Norcia as the centre of a mission to the Aborigines. In 1867, Pope Pius IX constituted the monastery as an abbey nullius dioecesis with Dom Salvado as perpetual abbot and bishop. William Henry Timperley (1833-1909) was a member of the W.A. Police Force from 1856-1905. After serving in Toodyay, Bunbury, Champion Bay, the Vasse, and Perth, he became Superintendent of the Native Police at Rottnest in 1884. From 1890-1905 he was Resident Magistrate for Wellington, Blackwood and the Sussex District.

From the description of Correspondence, 1873 [manuscript]. 1873. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762865710

Pioneer Catholic prelate. Born in Galicia, Spain, he arrived in WA in 1846 and subsequently established a Benedictine monastery at New Norcia as the centre of a mission to the Aborigines. In 1867, Pope Pius IX constituted the monastery as an abbey nullius dioecesis with Dom Salvado as perpetual abbot and bishop.

From the description of List of autograph letters, [19--?] [manuscript]. [19--?] (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762864778

From the description of Correspondence / 1873-1898 [manuscript]. 1873-1898. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762864779

From the description of Papers, 1863-1898 [microform]. 1863-1898. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762865709

Pioneer Catholic prelate. Born in Galicia, Spain, he arrived in WA in 1846 and subsequently established a Benedictine monastery at New Norcia as the centre of a mission to the Aborigines.

From the description of Vocabulary of the native language, no. 2, 1864 [microform]. [19--] (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762864909

Pioneer Catholic prelate. Born in Galicia, Spain, he arrived in WA in 1846 and subsequently established a Benedictine monastery at New Norcia as the centre of a mission to the Aborigines. In 1867, Pope Pius IX constituted the monastery as an abbey nullius dioecesis with Dom Salvado as perpetual abbot and bishop. Sir Frederick Weld was Governor of Western Australia 1869-1875. Sir Frederick Barlee was Colonial Secretary to Western Australia 1855-1875.

From the description of Correspondence, 1874 [manuscript]. 1874. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762865711

Pioneer Catholic prelate. Born in Galicia, Spain, he arrived in WA in 1846 and subsequently established a Benedictine monastery at New Norcia as the centre of a mission to the Aborigines. In 1867, Pope Pius IX constituted the monastery as an abbey nullius dioecesis with Dom Salvado as perpetual abbot and bishop. George Shenton was a merchant with pastoral and mining interests inherited from his father George (1811-1867); MLC 1870-1906, Mayor of Perth in the 1880s.

From the description of Letters, 1873-1875 [manuscript]. 1873-1875. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 762864780

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Subjects:

  • Piano music, arranged
  • Polkas (Piano)
  • Politicians--Correspondence
  • Masses
  • Waltzes (piano)
  • Merchants--Correspondence
  • Aboriginal Australians--Languages--Glossaries, vocabularies, etc
  • Aboriginal Australians--Songs and music
  • Musicians--Correspondence
  • Fantasia
  • Piano music
  • Marches (Piano)

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  • Western Australia (as recorded)
  • Western Australia--New Norcia (as recorded)
  • Western Australia (as recorded)