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Bolton, Herbert Eugene.
1917 The early explorations of Father Garces on the Pacific slope. Reprinted from "The Pacific Ocean in History." Edited by Henry Morse Stephens and Herbert Eugene Bolton. New York, The MacMillan Company.

"An Outpost of Empire," Volume I of Anza's California Expeditions. Also published by the MacMillan Company.
1932 "The Padre on Horseback": a sketch of Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J., Apostle to the Pimas. San Francisco, The Sonomo Press.
1911 Father Kino's lost history, its discovery and its value. Reprinted from papers of the Bibliographical Society of America VI.
Bolton, Herbert Eugene and Marshall, Thomas Maitland.
1922 "The Colonization of North America 1492-1783." New York, The MacMillan Company.
Bolton, Herbert Eugene.
1920 "The Spanish Borderlands." Chronicles of America Series Vol. 23. A chronicle of old Florida and the Southwest. New Haven, Yale University Press.
Brady, Ralph Hamilton.
1925 "The Franciscans in Pimeria Alta." Berkeley, University of California, M. A. Thesis in History, September 10.
Carrillo, Esperanza.
1915 "The Work of Fray Francisco Garces in the Southwest." M.A. Thesis in History, University of California, Berkeley.
Cano, Andres.
1836 "Los Tres Siglos de Mexico Durante el Gobierno Espanol, Hasta la Entrada del Ejercito Trigarente, Obra Escrita en Roma por el Padre Andres Cano de la Compania de Jesus." Mexico, 2 vols.
Chapman, Charles Edward.
1916 "The Founding of Spanish California." The northwestern expansion of New Spain, 1687-1783. New York, The MacMillan Company, pp. I-XXXII; 1-485. Maps.
Coll, Jose.
1891 "Colon y la Rabida; con un Estudio Acerca de los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo." Madrid.
Cretineau, Joly.
1859 "Histoire de la Compagnie de Jesus." Paris, Jacques Lecoffre et Cie.
Duel, Prent.
1919 "Mission Architecture as Exemplified in San Xavier Del Bac." Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, Tucson, Arizona, pp. 1-135.
Eldredge, Zoeth Skinner.
1912 "The Beginnings of San Francisco." Two vols. San Francisco, Zoeth S. Eldredge.
Engelhardt, Fr. Zephyrin.
1899 "The Franciscans in Arizona." Harbor Springs, Mich., Holy Childhood Indian School, Maps and Illustrations, pp. 1-236.
Flick, Lawrence F.
1894 "The Papago Indians and their Church." In records of the American Catholic Historical Society, Vol. V, pp. 385-416. Philadelphia.
Ewing, Russell Charles.
1931 "History of Pimeria Alta, 1687-1767." Thesis in history toward M.A. degree, University of California, Berkeley.
1934 "Pima Uprising, 1751-1752." PhD. Thesis in history, University of California, Berkeley.
Hammond, George P.
1929 "Pimeria Alta after Kino's Time." In New Mexico Historical Review IV, No. 3 (July), 220-238. Has map of Pimeria Alta, 1727-1741.
Humboldt, Alexander de.
1814 "Po1itical Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain" with physical sections and maps, translated from the original French by John Black. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 4 vols. 2nd Edition.
Lockwood, Frank C. and Page, Donald W.
1930 "Tucson - the Old Puelo." Copyrighted by Frank C. Lockwood. Printed in Phoenix by the Manufacturing Stationers, Inc.
Lutrell, Estelle.
1922 "The Mission of San Xavier del Bac." A historical guide with map and twenty reproductions from photographs. Tucson, Arizona, F.E.A. Kimball.
Mills, Hazel Emory.
1931 "Jacobo Sedelmair: A Jesuit in Pimeria Alta, 1736-1767." M.A. Thesis in history, University of California, Berkeley.
Parker, Isabel Margaret.
1927 "Apache Troubles in the Southwest." M.A. Thesis in history, University of California, May. Maps. Bibliography pp. I-XV; 1-152.
Paul, Hattie Belle.
1917 "The Garces Reports on the Southwestern Indians." M.A. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1917. Map. Bibliography.
Priestley, Herbert Ingram.
1916 "Jose de Galvez, Visitor-General of New Spain (1765-1771)." University of California publications in history, Vol. V. 449 pages. Bibliography. Berkeley, University of California Press.
Salpointe, Most Rev. J. B.
1898 "Soldiers of the Cross." Notes on ecclesiastical history of New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. Banning, California, St. Boniface's Industrial School.
1880 A brief sketch of the Mission of San Xavier del Bac, with a description of its church. Written by a missionary of Arizona. Tucson, A.T., Printed at the Arizona Star Job-printing office.
Sauer, Carl.
1932 "The Road to Cibola." In Ibero Americana, No. 3. Berkeley, University of California Press. With map.
Shea, John Gilmary.
1886-92 "History of the Catholic Church in the United States, 1521-1866." New York, Chicago, Akron, Ohio, D. H. McBride & Company. 4 vols.
Simpson, J. H. Gen. U. S. A.
1869 "Coronado's March in Search of the 'Seven Cities of Cibola'," and discussion of their probable location, with maps. In Smithsonian Institutions Annual Report. pp. 309-40.
Thomas, Alfred Barnaby. Translator and Editor.
1932 "Forgotten Frontiers." A study of the Spanish Indian policy of Don Juan Bautista de Anza, Governor of New Mexico, 1777-87, from the original documents in the archives of Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press. Has map of New Mexico and Northern Sonora.
Ward, Henry George.
1826 "Mexico in 1827." London, Henry Colburn. 2 vols. illus.
Wyllys, Rufus Kay.
1932-3 "Kino of Pimeria Alta, Apostle of the Southwest." In the Arizona Historical Review V, No. 1, 2, 3, 4.

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