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The man who came first

Author: 
R. Knapp
Article Date: 
June 1965
Article Abstract: 
About Francisco Garces
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English
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The making of a bishop

Author: 
A.L.Stagg
Article Date: 
Spring 1974
Article Abstract: 
Antonio Vicente Gorgonio de los Reyes, Franciscan missionary in Sonora in the 18th century, became the first bishop of the diocese of Sonora, Sinaloa and the Californias when it was created in 1780
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English
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The fathers of Pimeria Alta

Author: 
Lawrence Clark Powell
Article Date: 
November 1972
Language: 
English
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Sonoran missionaries in 1790

Author: 
H. F. Dobyns and P. H. Ezell
Article Date: 
January 1959
Article Abstract: 
List dated Jan. 3, 1791. Contains names of 15 new clergymen.
Language: 
English
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Reminiscences of a Franciscan in Papaguer

Author: 
N. Perschl
Article Date: 
February 1959
Article Abstract: 
San Xavier, 1914-1923
Language: 
English
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Padre Lu

Author: 
Ed. By R. K. Wyllys
Article Date: 
April 1931
Language: 
English
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Friends who come in to help

Author: 
E.Clark
Article Date: 
March 24, 1963
Article Abstract: 
About H. B. Lundgren and the Arizona Migrant and Indian Ministry
Language: 
English
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Friars versus bureaucrats: the mission as a threatened institution on the Arizona-Sonora frontier, 1767-1842

Author: 
J. L. Kessell
Article Date: 
April 1974
Language: 
English
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Fray Pedro Antonio de Arriquibar, chaplain to the royal fort at Tucson

Author: 
V. R. Stoner
Article Date: 
Spring 1959
Article Abstract: 
Reproduces Arriquibar's will, 1820, and lists his possessions
Language: 
English
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Father Gottfried Bernhardt Middendorff, S. J., pioneer of Tucson

Author: 
T. E. Treutlein
Article Date: 
October 1957
Language: 
English
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