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Eusebio Kino

Religion, Explorer, Cartographer (10-Aug-1645 — 15-Mar-1711)


Boniface Bolognani. Pioneer Padre: A Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J., Missionary, Discoverer, Scientist. Sherbrooke, Canada: Editions Paulines. 1968. 281pp.

Herbert Eugene Bolton. The Padre on Horseback: A Sketch of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Apostle to the Pimas. San Francisco: The Sonora Press. 1932. 90pp.

Herbert Eugene Bolton. Rim of Christendom: A Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Pacific Coast Pioneer. New York: MacMillan Co.. 1936. 644pp.

Ernest J. Burrus. Kino and Manje: Explorers of Sonora and Arizona. Rome: Jesuit Historical Institute. 1971. 793pp.

Ben Clevenger. Far Side of the Sea: The Story of Kino and Manje in the Pimerķa. Tucson, AZ: Jesuit Fathers of Southern Arizona. 2003. 365pp.

Jane Candia Coleman. The White Dove. Glendo, WY: High Plains Press. 2007. 92pp.

Fay Jackson Smith, John L. Kessell, and Francis J. Fox. Father Kino in Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Historical Foundation. 1966. 142pp.

Hubert Gundolf. Der reitende Padre (The Padre on Horseback). Schwarz, Germany: Berenkamp. 1995. 159pp.

Frank C. Lockwood. With Padre Kino on the Trail. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona. 1934. 142pp.

Jorge H. Olvera. Finding Father Kino: The Discovery of the Remains of Father Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J.. Tucson, AZ: Southwestern Mission Research Center. 1998. 269pp.

Charles W. Polzer. Kino, A Legacy: His Life, His Works, His Missions, His Monuments. Tucson, AZ: Jesuit Fathers of Southern Arizona. 1998. 198pp.

Rufus Kay Wyllys. Pioneer Padre: The Life and Times of Eusebio Francisco Kino. Dallas: Southwest Press. 1935. 230pp.


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