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Our Catholic heritage in Texas, 1519-1936

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Published by Von Boeckmann-Jones in Austin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus of Texas by Carlos E. Castañeda ; Paul J. Folk, editor.
ContributionsFolk, Paul J. 1880-1941., Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 87/4268 (B)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination7 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2161155M
LC Control Number88890088

Vol. 40, No. 2, Oct., Published by: Texas State Historical Association. Book Reviews and Notices. Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, by Auspices of the Knights of Columbus of Texas, Paul J. Foik, Carlos E. Castañeda. Oct 20,  · Castañeda, C. E. The Mission Era: The Winning of Texas, –, Vol. 2. In Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, –, prepared under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus of Texas, Paul J. Foik, editor. Von Boeckman-Jones Company, atheizm.com by: 2.


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Barker. His principal work was the seven-volume Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, –, with Supplement that brought the story to He translated Juan Agustín Morfi's History of Texas, – () and (with Jack A. Dabbs) compiled the Guide to the Latin American Manuscripts in the University of Texas Library ().

He also published. The Archives was founded in under the auspices of the Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission. Their goal of publishing a history of Catholicism in Texas culminated in the seven-volume work Our Catholic Heritage in Texas,authored by Carlos E. His work culminated in the seven-volume Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, –, published between and Castañeda gave care of the collection to Bishop Lawrence FitzSimon inand it became the core of the Catholic Archives of Texas.

FitzSimon transferred the materials to Amarillo and during several trips to Europe added. Vol III of Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, Paul J. Foik (ed.) Austin, Texas: Castaneda provides an abundance of information concerning the populations, and religious and secular activities of the area’s missions as well as those in other parts of state.

Chabot, Frederick C. Indians and Missions. San Antonio: The Missions at Work, Vol III of Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, Paul J. Foik (ed.) Austin, Texas: Castaneda provides an abundance of information concerning the populations, and religious and secular activities of the area’s missions as well as those in other parts of state.

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Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, by Paul J. Foik, C. C.; Volume IV. These two books form Volumes I and II of the series " Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, ," which is being published in seven volumes under the editorship of Dr. Paul J. Foik, C. C, chairman of the Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission.

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Our Catholic Heritage in Texas,Vol. Von Boeckmann-Jones Co: Austin, [pp. Carlos Eduardo Castañeda was professor of Latin-American history at the University of Texas. He was the author of Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, The Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo, San Antonio, Texas, was founded by Franciscan missionaries in Secularization began inand the Mission was closed in Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, – Prepared under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus of Texas.

Edited by Paul J. Foik. 7 vols. Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones Company, – Chipman, Donald E. Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: The Great Pedestrian of North and South America. Denton: Texas State Historical Association. Our Catholic Heritage in TexasVon Boeckmann-Jones Company, Austin, • Pdf, Donald E.

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