Antonio Margil de Jesús Collection, 1698-1911.

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Margil de Jesús, Antonio, 1657-1726. Antonio Margil de Jesús Collection, 1698-1911.

Antonio Margil de Jesús Collection, 1698-1911.

Letters and petitions, literary productions, and printed material related to the life and work of Margil de Jesús. Letters and petitions concern minor affairs of the Colegios de Santa Cruz de Querétaro and Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Zacatecas. Literary productions are comprised of (1) Diario derrotero de la jornada á la provincia de los Tejas, desde el Río Grande del Norte, hecho por orden de exmo. sor. Duque de Linares ..., (2) Instructio. Ad conficiendam inquisitionem appostolicam, ne perean probationes super virtutibus ac miraculis in specie venerabilis servi dei Antonii Margil in civitate mexicana (G89-17 Ms.), (3) Formulario de missionar, que hizo, y dictó N.V.P. Fr. Antonio Margil de Jesús (G168 Ms.), (4) Decreto sobre las virtudes en grado heroico de Fr. Antonio Margil de Jesús, (5) research and bibliographic notes. Printed material consists of three engravings of Margil de Jesús; on the verso of one is a list entitled, "Documentos pertenecientes á los venerables restos del muy rev. padre Fr. Antonio Margil de Jesús, Abril de 1855." Included in miscellaneous documents is a copy of the baptismal entry for Margil de Jesús.

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Apostólico Colegio de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.

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Colegio de Misioneros de Propaganda Fide de la Santa Cruz (Querétaro, Mexico)

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Franciscans

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Fray Mariano Payeras held the position of Padre Presidente of the California missions from July, 1815-April 1820. From the description of California missions report, 1820 Feb. 22. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 758678979 Franciscan describes all those men and women of the Franciscan first, second, and third (regular and secular) orders. Members of the first order include Friars Minor, Friars Minor Conventual, and Friars Minor Capuchin. All three br...

Marjil de Jesús, Antonio, 1657-1726

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Franciscan friar. Born 1657 in Valencia, Spain; died 1726 in the convent of San Francisco de México. Entered the Franciscan order in 1673; ordained to the priesthood in 1682; sent to the missions of the Sierra Gorda, Querétaro, in 1683. Instrumental in the founding of Spanish missions in Texas. From the guide to the Antonio Margil de Jesús Collection 29760675., 1698-1911, (Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin) Franciscan fria...

García, Genaro, 1867-1920

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Attorney, historian, writer, educator, bibiophile. Born August 17, 1867; died November 26, 1920. Received law degree from Escuela Nacional de Jurisprudencia in 1891. Representative to Congreso de la Unión, 1892-1899. Director of Museo Nacional de Historia, Arqueología y Etnología. Director of Escuela Nacional Preparatoria. Major publications include: Colección de documentos inéditos o muy raros para la historia de México (1905-1911), Documentos históricos mexicanos (1910-1911), and an edi...