Three pioneer padres of Baha California / by Mrs. William T. Sedgwick, ca. 1927.


Three pioneer padres of Baha California / by Mrs. William T. Sedgwick, ca. 1927.

TM carbon with manuscript annotations in several unidentified hands of a six chapter book on three Jesuit missionaries to California, Eusebio Francisco Kino, Juan María Salvatierra, and Juan de Ugarte. The typescript includes a table of contents and a list of illustrations which are not present. Duplicate pages and manuscript notes in several hands accompany the typescript.

0.20 linear ft. (1 box)

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Ugarte, Juan de, 1662-1730 (person)

Spanish clergyman. From the description of Juan de Ugarte memoirs, 1700-1724. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981644 ...

Sedgwick, William T., Mrs. (person)

Jesuits (corporateBody)

In 1534 Ignatius of Loyola, a Basque and former soldier, met in Paris with six companions to take a private vow of poverty and one to place themselves at the disposition of the pope. On September 27, 1540, Paul III issued the bull Regimini militantis ecclesiae, canonically establishing the Society of Jesus. The constitutions of the society were drawn up by Ignatius who submitted his work for approval in 1550. Along with working toward the spiritual benefits of its members, the aim of the order w...

Salvatierra, Juan María ˜deœ 1648-1717 (person)

Jesuit priest who attempted to establish several missions in Baja California between 1697 and 1704. Salvatierra also authored several important histories and biographies about the missions and missionaries of the Spanish Southwest. From the description of Autograph letter : Loreta Mission, Calif., to Father Juan de Ugarte, 1698 April 17. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 39266047 Founder of Loreto in 1697, the first permanent mission in Baja Californ...

Kino, Eusebio Francisco, 1644-1711 (person)

Jesuit missionary assigned in 1687 to the Pimeria Alta, Viceroyalty of Mexico. From the description of Report of an exploration, written at Mission Dolores, Pimeria Alta, 1699. (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 31688441 Eusebio Francisco Kino (1644-1711), Jesuit missionary and explorer in Mexico and the American Southwest, became a priest at the age of twenty-one and in 1681 went to Mexico. He led an unsuccessful attempt to settle Lower California in 1683 and was ...