Tumacácori National Historical Park has a variety of curriculum and resource materials including various teacher guides and a library resource kit. Click on one of the links to learn more.
The Encounters Teacher Resource Box is a kit full of books, videos, activities and other reference materials regarding the history and environment of the area of Southern Arizona known to the Spanish as the Pimeria Alta. Located in area schools and many Tucson-Pima Public Libraries.
Mission 2000 is a web-based computer program that allows you to search mission records including burials, baptisms, marriages and other events, in the area historically known as the Pimería Alta (Southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico). This is an excellent research tool with over 24,000 names listed. Students can search the database to help them understand
Check out our Mission 2000 Lesson Plan!
Did You Know?
Construction of the Franciscan church at Tumacácori took place from about 1800 through the early 1820s. Due to lack of funds, the plans for the structure not only had to be modified, the building was never finished.