California missions report, 1820 Feb. 22.


California missions report, 1820 Feb. 22.

Report signed by the Padre Presidente of the California missions. Handwritten text with four columns of data containing the names of each mission, missionary, year service began, and room for notes for the year ending Dec. 31, 1819. Nineteen California missions are listed, plus La Asistiencia de San Rafael, with a total of 34 missionaries, as some have two. Followed by three lengthy "Notas" discussing the missions and ministering to the Indians, the "gente de Rozon." Signed by Fray Mariano Payeras, Mision de la Purisima (Feb. 22, 1820). Notable missionaries listed include Gerónimo Boscana, José Señan, Antonio Ripoll, Estevan Tapis, and others.

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Tapis, Estevan, 1754-1825 (person)

Fray Estevan Tapis was a Franciscan missionary at the Mission of Santa Barbara during the early 19th century. From the description of Letter to Francisco Rouset de Jesús, the bishop of Sonora, 1802, October 21. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 768430477 ...

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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...

Payeras, Mariano, 1769-1823 (person)