|Statement||by Peter Masten Dunne.|
|LC Classifications||BX3712.A1 D795|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||276 p.,  leaves of plates (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||276|
Early Jesuit missions in Tarahumara. [Peter Masten Dunne] -- "This study of the Jesuit mission system in northern Mexico is the third made by the author for this series of volumes on the activities of the Jesuits in Spanish North America. Early Jesuit missions in Tarahumara. [Peter Masten Dunne] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. or New Tarahumara and Chínipas, which was actually part of the Sinaloa and Sonora Province. The first Jesuit settlement in San Pablo de Tepehuanes (Balleza) dates from Although innumerable Tarahumara, Tepehuan, Pima and Guarojío rebellions destroyed the fruits of their labor, sometimes postponing the establishment of missions for Author: Karla Muñoz Alcocer. The Jesuit missions in Paraguay were a remarkable historical social experiment and have been the subject of many books, articles, and even a movie, The of the most famous of these are the Missions of La Santísima Trinidad de Author: Ed Whelan.
He follows trails of personnel, money, relics and information between missions in seventeenth-century China, Germany and Mexico, and explores how Jesuits understood space and time and visualized universal mission and by: The Tarahumara of Mexico [microform] / Carla Paciotto; Early Jesuit missions in Tarahumara / by Peter Masten Dunne; Spanish Jesuit churches in Mexico's Tarahumara / Paul M. Roca [Pappa Tarahumara Japanese Contemporary Dance Company: programs and related material collected by the N. The early Jesuit missions in North America; by Kip, William Ingraham, bp., [from old catalog]; Jesuits. Letters from missions (North America) [from old catalog]Pages: Jesuit missions in North America began early in the 17th century, faltered at the beginning of the 18th, disappeared during the suppression of the Society of Jesus around , and returned around after the restoration of the Society. The missions were established as part of the colonial drive of France and Spain during the period, the "saving of souls" being an Missing: Tarahumara.
The Jesuit Missions ended in , with the expulsion of the Jesuits. During that time, the last missions also emptied and the Indios returned in the forest. Today, of that time, are left the beautiful ruins of some of the “reducciones”, and the indigenous language: the Guaraní, that is today the only native language to be the official. Jesuit Juan Fonte established a mission, San Pablo Balleza, at the southern end of Tarahumara territory, expanding from missionary work with the Tepehuan to the south. The Tepehuan's violent resistance to Spanish incursion in the Tepehuan revolt of killed Fonte and seven other Jesuit missionaries, closing the mission for over a decade. 82 St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1RA United Kingdom tel:+44 (0) fax: +44 (0) The Early Jesuit Mission in North America: Compiled and Edited from the Letters of French Jesuits with Notes. NY: Wiley and Putnam, Includes Father Marest's journeys through Illinois and Michigan, Lambert, Bernard J. Shepherd of the Wilderness: A Biography of Bishop Frederic Baraga. L'Anse, MI: Bernard J. Lambert, Missing: Tarahumara.