Biography of Padre Antonio Jose Martinez, 1993.


Romero, Juan. Biography of Padre Antonio Jose Martinez, 1993.

Biography of Padre Antonio Jose Martinez, 1993.

Summary: Collection consists of a typed, translated copy of the manuscript of the biography of Padre Antonio Jose Martinez. The original biography was written by Santiago Valdez in 1877, a decade after the death of Padre Martinez. It was translated into English about 1881 by Benjamin G. Read. This new translation was done in 1993 by Reverend Juan Romero.

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Valdez, Santiago. (person)

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