Topic Cross References
For Kino Books

Guide to Page Cross Reference Table for Kino Books

To General Reader

In a very short time the general reader can have a clear and complete understanding of Father Kino and not get overwhelmed by his event filled life. The four online sources for the general reader that are recommended: "Padre Kino and The Trail to the Pacific" and online guides [1] (click, Trail Book); the "Kino Life Chapters" with its maps [7] click Life Chapters) ; 27 paged biography in the Kino chapter in "Not Counting the Cost" [8] (click Best Kino Bio) and "El Padre de Sonora" website in Spanish with selected Kino writings, illustrative images and computer generated expedition route maps (click El Padre de Sonora). Links are also in the left page column and at the bottom of this page.

To Teacher, Writer and Kino Aficionado

The goal of the Topic Cross Reference Table is to give the teacher, writer and Kino aficionado access to the key authors and their books written about Father Kino It uses principal Kino topics as they appear in the book. "Padre Kino and The Trail to the Pacific." This book is historically very accurate and complete with its historical fiction genre. There are two lists of page references for the book to the left of the topic column [3]. Page column [1] references the original 1960 edition that is available on the Kino Heritage website with book guides. Page column [2] references the 2014 edition in paperback that was recently published by Kino Heritage Society.

The references in the columns to the right of the topic column [3] are to the pages of three other key Kino books that are discussed below and are identified by numbers in the corresponding columns [4] [5] [6]. Also used are Reference Table sub headings [7] that have ABCs mnemonic headings from the two paged" Kino Life Chapters - ABCDE" along with its 5 maps.

The only other important Kino book not listed is the best book for the historian: "Kino and Manje: Explorers of Sonora and Arizona" by Ernest J. Burrus.

In the future, page references to two books written by Father Kino will be added to the Cross Reference Table.
For links to Kino's 2 volume "Favores Celestiales", click website page  Kino Life  For extracts from "Kino's Biography of Father Saeta,"  click website page Missionary 

Page Columns [1] 1960 edition and [2] 2014 edition: "Padre Kino and TheTrail to the Pacific" by Jack (Jacqueline) Steffan. The most accessible book on Kino in its accurate and complete historical fiction genre.

Online at: http://padrekino.com/kino-s-legacy/padre-kino-and-trail-pacific-onlinekino-book-online/

[3] Topic Column: Kino principal topics based on order of appearance in "Padre Kino and The Trail to the Pacific"

[4] Page Column "Rim of Christendom: Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino - Pacific Coast Pioneer" by Dr. Herbert Eugene Bolton 1936 & 1984 editions. Definitive book on Kino with great images and index (644 pg.).

[5] Page Column "With Padre Kino on the Trail" by Dr. Frank C. Lockwood 1934 edition
Gem of a book arranged in a topical order; many Kino letters to Duchess of Averio & his Jesuit superiors.
Online at (available soon]

[6] Page Column "Kino Legacy: His Life, His Works, His Missions, His Monuments" by Dr. Charles W. Polzer, S.J. Edition: 1998. Most recent book by acclaimed Kino scholar contains 93 page chronological biography of Kino; background history of the Pimería Alta before and after Kino's life; guide to Kino mission chain: history of finding Kino's skeletal remains; and history of Kino honors in statues and other art forms.

[7] Table Sub Headings: "Kino Life Chapters - ABCDE" (3 pages) with corresponding chapter maps (3 pages).
Summary and maps prepared by members of the Kino Heritage Society. Kino life and legacy at a glance.
Online at http://padrekino.com/kino-legacy/kino-life-summary/

[8] Kino Chapter in "Not Counting the Cost" by Juan J. Martinez 2002 edition (27 pages). In a journalistic style, this Kino biography provides ethnohistory about natural environment, Native Peoples & Europeans.
Online at http://padrekino.com/kino-legacy/best-kino-biography/

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Page Cross Book Reference Table for Kino Books

A.  Arrival              5 years         1681 - 1686            Age 36    [7]

Steffan

Steffan

Topics based on appearance in "Padre Kino and The Trail to Pacific"

 Bolton

Lockwood

Polzer

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

11.0

1.0

Chapter 1 - California Mission (1685)

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11.1

1.1

Kino: prepares for Mass; San Bruno - only colony in Baja

24

52

17

12.0

2.0

"Island of California" / Chief Ibo / Cortez history

124; 131

41-44

9

13.0

4.0

Incident with dog, solider & young Indian

140-141

xx

xx

14.0

3.0

Drawing: incident with dog, solider & young Indian

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15.0

5.0

Kino: mathematician and official mapmaker

75

25; 45

4

16.0

6.0

California only supplied by unreliable shipping across Gulf

166

43

27

17.0

6.1

Kino: 1st European overland trip to Pacific; sees abalone

182-190

83

14-15

18.0

7.0

Pearl harvest supposed to support Spanish colonization

195

xx

29

19.0

7.1

Kino: sails to Mexico mainland for more supplies

171

55-56

22, 27

20.0

7.2

La Paz incident / Kino draws map of Island of California

106-120

45-50

13

21.0

8.0

Missionary's role as doctor

141

xx

xx

22.0

8.1

Kino: taught California was peninsula in Europe

485-486

81

xx

23.0

9.0

Mainland Mexico drought continues

202

56

xx

23.1

10.0

Kino: exploration by ship of northern Gulf to Tiburon

202-205

xx

27

24.0

10.1

Kino: ministers to Seris on Tiburon Island while becalmed

202-205

xx

28

25.0

11.0

San Bruno drought, hunger, scurvy and no pearls found

199; 213

56

29

26.0

12.0

Kino: described as a saint

xx

xx

xx

B.  Basis                8 years         1687 - 1695            Age 42

Steffan

Steffan

Topics based on appearance in "Padre Kino And The: Trail to Pacific"

 Bolton

Lockwood

Polzer

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

27.0

13.0

Chapter 2 - No Slaves (1685)

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27.1

13.1

Kino: as university student desired to go to China

35-36

129

3

28.0

13.2

Baja settlement effort abandoned and no pearls found

216

56

27-29

29.0

15.0

Kino: assigned to Sonora, frontier of northern New Spain

231-233

60

xx

30.0

14.0

Drawing: Kino examining abalone shell from Pacific coast

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31.0

16.0

Kino: travels to frontier

235-238

xx

33

32.0

17.0

Kino: petitions Spanish to stop forced Indian labor (cedula)

234

62

31

33.0

17.1

Kino: writes letters to Duchess Averio of Spain

55-61

29-48

7

34.0

18.0

Kino: assigned to minister to Pima (speaking O'odham) peoples 

241-242

xx

33-34

35.0

18.1

Kino: presents cedula to Sonoran governor at San Juan

242

64

xx

36.0

19.0

Kino: first visit to Pima village at Dolores

249

67

33

37.0

20.0

Kino: establishes headquarters at Mission Dolores

249

67

35

38.0

20.1

Kino: 1st ride: Dolores, Remedios, San Ignacio & Imuris

250-252

67

35

38.1

20.2

Pimas travel with Kino to Easter celebrations in Tuape

254

67

37-38

39.0

21.0

False rumors: Indians moving away from Kino

258-260

67; 77

40

40.0

23.0

Chapter 3 - Among the Pimas (1687)

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40.1

23.1

Mototicachi Massacre: soldiers kill Pimas and enslave

259 fn. 1

xx

xx

41.0

24.0

Remedios' villagers reluctant to be Christians

259

68

38

42.0

24.1

Remedios' villagers reasons for mistrust

259

68

39

43.0

25.0

Kino: presenting cedula to soldiers at Bacanuche

259

68

xx

44.0

25.1

First church built at Dolores

254

xx

44

45.0

25.2

Pimas travel to Chief Coxi baptism at Dolores

256

xx

38

45.1

26.0

Kino: provided food and new crops to Pimas

253-254

7

xx

45.2

26.1

Gonzalez inspection tour

257

69

40

46.0

27.0

Missionary loneliness

536

132

64

46.1

27.1

Salvatierra: arrival for Christmas season inspection tour

263

70

40

47.0

29.0

Pimas invite visit to villages in today's Arizona

264

70

41

48.0

29.1

Exploration: first major exploration & Tumacácori visit

265

71

41

49.0

28.0

Drawing: Pima leaders travel from Bac to ask Kino to visit

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50.0

30.0

Pima chiefs invite Kino to visit Bac (Mission San Xavier)

265

xx

41

51.0

31.0

Kino: tells Salvatierra that Jesuits must return to Baja

266

72

41

52.0

31.1

Soldier Ramirez arranges Pima meeting at Dolores

266-267

xx

42

53.0

32.0

Peace with Pimas & Spanish (1st trip to Bac & Quíburi)

266-270

72-73

43-44

54.0

33.0

Chapter 4 - Young Lieutenant (1694)

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54.1

33.1

Exploration: 1st travels to Altar River & Gulf coast

271

73

45

55.0

33.2

Pimas given Spanish canes of self-government

272

xx

xx

56.0

38.0

Drawing: Kino and Manje meet leader Coxi

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57.0

34.0

Manje: introduction - Jironza's nephew

272

73

45

58.0

35.0

Exploration: second trip to Gulf: no abalone shells in Gulf

273

74-75

46

59.0

35.1

Kino: "Pimas are a friendly, generous people"

273

xx

xx

60.0

36.0

Kino: as linguist; Pima interpreter Francisco

140

xx

37

61.0

37.0

Kino: from Nazereno sees Baja mountains across Gulf

274

81

45

62.0

37.1

Ship building: Kino begins near Caborca

277

75

46

63.0

39.0

Meeting with Chief Soba

276

73

45

64.0

40.0

Ship building: Manje falls from tree

279

75

46

65.0

41.0

Solis: soldiers kill two Pimas at Tubutama

289

xx

xx

66.0

41.1

Solis: soldiers kill two Pimas near Bac

289

xx

xx

67.0

42.0

Manje: his exploration with interpreter Francisco

281

76

47

68.0

43.0

Manje: sick with fever

282

76

47

69.0

44.0

Manje: fever cured

282-283

xx

47

70.0

44.1

Kino: plans trip to Bac & Gila villages

284-285

xx

xx

71.0

44.2

Manje: Kino needs no military protection in Pima lands

288; 589

138

xx

C.  Crisis                1 year           1695 - 1696            Age 50

Steffan

Steffan

Topics based on appearance in "Padre Kino and The Trail to Pacific"

 Bolton

Lockwood

Polzer

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

72.0

47.0

Chapter 5 Blood of A Martyr (1694)

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72.1

47.1

Exploration: first visit to Casa Grande Ruin via Bac

284-285

xx

48

73.0

47.2

Saeta arrives & Kino supplies Saeta at Caborca

293

xx

50

74.0

48.0

False rumors: Pimas blamed for stealing horses

294

67; 77

xx

75.0

49.0

European crops planted at Caborca including winter wheat

295

xx

51

76.0

49.1

Kino's missions and others help start Caborca mission

294

xx

xx

77.0

50.0

Tubutama Uprising by Western Pimas: causes

296-297

102

51

78.0

51.0

Saeta and interpreter Francisco killed at Caborca

298

102

51

79.0

52.0

Drawing: Saeta's death

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**

80.0

53.0

Soldiers see destroyed churches in Tubutama and Caborca

301

103

xx

81.0

54.0

Saeta remains recovered

301

103

52

82.0

54.1

Soldiers burn wheat & other crops at Caborca

301

xx

xx

83.0

55.0

Saeta: funeral at Cucurpe

302

xx

52

84.0

55.1

Kino: sick with fever & heart broken

313-314

103

xx

85.0

57.0

Chapter 6 - Vengeance (1695)

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85.1

57.1

Kino: sick with fever & prays

313-314

xx

xx

86.0

58.0

Sacred vessels from Tubutama given as peace entreaty

303

xx

xx

87.0

59.0

Sonora's general and governor agree to Kino's peace plan

303

104

53

88.0

59.1

Pimas mistrust of soldiers

304

xx

xx

89.0

60.0

Pima reliance on Kino promise of peace

304

xx

xx

90.0

60.1

Pima Massacre (Matanza) by Spanish soldiers at El Tupo

305

104

54

91.0

61.0

Pima Massacre - 48 innocent Pimas killed by soldiers

305

104

54

92.0

61.1

Pimas burn more buildings at Tubutama & Caborca

306

104

54

93.0

62.0

Pimas burn San Ignacio mission; Campos flees

307

104

xx

94.0

63.0

Kino stays at Dolores: his three missions spared

308-309

105

xx

95.0

64.0

Soldiers look for Pima insurgents & destroy crops

312

105

xx

96.0

64.1

Soldiers kill Pimas who do not flee

311-313

105

xx

97.0

65.0

Kino: initiates peace conference; Caborca

314-315

xx

xx

98.0

66.0

Kino: peace made at El Tupo (Matanza site)

316

105

54

99.0

66.1

Solis: discharged from Spanish military

330

xx

xx

100.0

67.0

Chapter 7 - Children Ask for Bread (1695)

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100.1

67.1

Kino: writes Saeta Biography book for 2 months

322-329

xx

55

101.0

68.0

Kino: travels to Mexico City with Pima representative

330

76

55

102.0

68.1

Kino: previous request to petition in Mexico City denied

329

xx

xx

103.0

69.0

Kino: trip to Mexico City to save missions & renew Baja

329

xx

55

104.0

70.0

Kino: petitions for release Mototicachi Massacre captives

331

76

xx

105.0

71.0

Drawing: Kino before Mexico City authorities

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**

**

106.0

70.1

Kino: petitions for return of missions to Baja California

331

xx

56

107.0

72.0

Kino: presents Saeta book describing uprising causes

329-331

xx

55

108.0

73.0

Kino: on return trip from Mexico City escapes death

332

76

56

109.0

73.1

Kino: Pimas travel to Dolores for meeting & harvest wheat

332

76

57

D.  Dusty Trails      8 years         1696 - 1704            Age 51

Steffan

Steffan

Topics based on appearance in "Padre Kino and The Trail to Pacific"

 Bolton

Lockwood

Polzer

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

110.0

75.0

Chapter 8 - An Error in the Map (1698)

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110.1

75.1

Kino: Pimas travel to Remedios for statue dedication

391

xx

82

111.0

76.0

Chief Coro's decisive victory at Quíburi

379-384

108-110

xx

112.0

77.0

Salvatierra: sails to Baja & restarts Kino's work

346-351

xx

69

113.0

77.1

Exploration: supply Baja: island or peninsula? Kino's fever

394

xx

60

114.0

78.0

Exploration: plan to go to Gila River and then to Gulf

394

xx

64

115.0

79.0

Drawing: Kino drawing map in earth

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**

116.0

78.1

Kino meets Carrasco at Bac: Coro moves from Quíburi

395-396

xx

xx

117.0

80.0

Kino sick at San Andres on middle Gila river

395

xx

64

118.0

81.0

Kino and Carrasco across Papaguería; village welcomes

397-399

xx

65

119.0

81.1

Kino responds to further exploration objections

399-400

xx

xx

120.0

82.0

First visit to Sonoita; elderly woman traveling from Gulf

400

xx

xx

121.0

83.0

First view of head of Gulf from Pinacate summit

401

82

65

122.0

83.1

Kino: correct errors and redraw previous maps

402

xx

77

123.0

84.0

Return trip to Dolores; see ship building at Caborca

xx

xx

xx

124.0

84.1

Traveled 800 miles in 25 days; counted 4,000 Pima people

404-405

xx

xx

125.0

85.0

Chapter 9 - Devil's Highway (1699)

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125.1

85.1

Kino drives cattle to Sonoita on way to Gila & Colorado

410-411

82

65

126.0

86.0

Drawing: Kino driving cattle with pack trains

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127.0

87.0

Exploration: Kino & Manje 1st travel Camino del Diablo

411-414

xx

65

128.0

87.1

Meet Yumas outside Colorado River valley

414-415

82

66

129.0

88.0

Manje: mountain view Colorado & Gila junction: Oñate

415

xx

66

130.0

88.1

Story about Sor Maria de Agreda

417-418

xx

xx

131.0

89.0

Blue abalone shells given to Kino by Yumas

419

xx

66

132.0

90.0

Kino returns via Bac and then sick on trail

423

xx

xx

133.0

90.1

Kino: Pima bring sheep broth to cure Kino at Tumacácori

423

xx

xx

134.0

91.0

Kino: abalone shells show not island - trail to Baja

430

82

68

135.0

93.0

Chapter 10 - Salvatierra Visit (1701)

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135.1

93.1

Salvatierra: arrives at Dolores from Baja

450

89

73

136.0

93.2

Exploration: Second Colorado River trip to today's Yuma

437-440

86

71

137.0

94.0

1,500 Indians of the Colorado River greet Kino

438

86

72

138.0

95.0

Exploration: view Colorado delta from Pinacate summit

461

89-93

74-78

139.0

96.0

Kino: draws famous 1701 map - California not an island

464; 569

xx

77

140.0

96.1

Exploration: Kino's last 2 trips to Colorado: Gulf sunrise

466-484

93-101

75-79

141.0

97.0

Apache peace & Remedios & Cocóspera construction

518-524

xx

81

142.0

97.1

Deaths: Gonzalez on trail & other 2 missionaries

482-484

98-101

79

143.0

98.0

Kino 100 miles per week to build churches with Pima help

522

xx

81

144.0

99.0

Mine owners criticize Kino preventing Pima forced labor

558

xx

90

145.0

100.0

"Only a Christian on Sunday"

xx

xx

xx

E  Expansion           6 years         1705 - 1711            Age 52

Steffan

Steffan

Topics based on appearance in "Padre Kino and The Trail to Pacific"

 Bolton

Lockwood

Polzer

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

146.0

101.0

Chapter 11 Plan for New Spain (1705)

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146.1

101.1

False rumors: Chief Duck Tail planning rebellion

531

115

85

147.0

102.0

"Indiscreet Lieutenant" depopulates Tubutama mission

532

115

xx

148.0

104.0

Indiscreet Lieutenant depopulates Dolores mission

532

115

xx

149.0

103.0

Drawing: Kino rides to protect Pimas and peace

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**

150.0

104.1

Indiscreet Lieutenant confronts Chief Coro

533

115

xx

151.0

105.0

Kino stops soldier attack on Pimas based on false rumors

533

115

85

152.0

105.1

Appointments: Salvatierra as provincial; Polici as visitor

534

xxx

88

153.0

106.1

Kino: proposes ports on Pacific coast & Quíburi mission

575

126

xx

154.0

106.2

Kino: North American vision in his "Favores Celestiales"

574-579

126-128

xx

154.1

106.3

Kino: close friendship with Chief Coro

xx

116; 133

xx

155.0

107.0

Kino: reports peace response from Apaches

576

127

xx

156.0

108.0

Kino: described as first and always missionary

592

133

xx

157.0

109.0

Exploration: last trip to Pinacate; report by Franciscan friar

551-556

xx

88-89

158.0

109.1

Manje: now leader of powerful colonists

557

xx

90

159.0

111.0

Chapter 12 - General Manje Writes A Report (1705)

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159.1

111.1

Manje: now man of influence

557

xx

90

159.2

111.3

Manje: meeting with other powerful colonists & petition

562

xx

90

159.3

111.2

Manje: reports against missions

558

xx

91

160.0

112.0

Drawing: Manje meeting with other Spanish men of power

xx

xx

xx

161.0

113.1

Manje: reports best lands belong to missions

558

xx

xx

162.0

113.2

Manje: proposes forced Indian labor like in New Mexico

558

xx

xx

163.0

114.0

Manje: proposes repeal of cedula: forced labor for mines

558

xx

xx

164.0

115.0

Manje's petition signed by others and sent to authorities

562

xx

xx

165.0

115.1

Manje arrested by governor and jailed in Parral

561

xx

91

166.0

115.2

Romo's son pleads for Kino to help Manje

563-564

xx

xx

167.0

117.0

Kino: described as richest man in Sonora

xx

xx

xx

168.0

117.1

Manje: makes untrue statements about Jesuits - jailed again

563

xx

xx

169.0

118.0

Kino: described as embracing those who mistreated him

xx

142

xx

170.0

119.0

Chapter 13 The Chapel of St. Francis Xavier (1711)

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170.1

119.1

Kino: On the trail to Magdalena - last ride

584

xx

xx

171.0

119.2

Memories: 1st trip with Gonzalez to start Mission Dolores

xx

xx

xx

171.1

119.3

Memories: Mexico City trip to save missions

xx

xx

xx

171.2

120.0

Kino: brought schools, government, clothing, new jobs

324

134

xx

171.3

121.0

Gifts: new crops and better clothing - no starvation now

xx

134

xx

171.4

121.1

Gifts: education & training in new skills

324

134

xx

171.5

121.2

Gifts: pride in being Piman

xx

xx

xx

172.0

121.3

Memories: Tubutama Uprising deaths and massacre

xx

xx

xx

173.0

121.4

Jesuit under attack again - proposed secularized missions

583

xx

xx

174.0

121.5

Kino: supply for California missions & new ones

581-582

70

80

175.0

122.0

Kino: achievements - his missions were models, etc.

590; xix

7; 128

92-93

176.0

123.0

Kino's death: Velarde writes St. Francis Xavier called him

584-585

140

92

176.1

123.1

Chief Coro: dies near time of Kino's death

593

xx

xx

177.0

124.0

Annual pilgrimage to Kino's grave in Magdalena

586

xx

93

178.0

124.1

Kino: living legacy - Mission San Xavier del Bac

596

xx

150

179.0

125.0

Drawing: Mission San Xavier del Bac

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Topics More in Depth

Steffan

Steffan

Topics based on appearance in "Padre Kino and The Trail to Pacific"

 Bolton

Lockwood

Polzer

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

xx

xx

Northwest trips: Devil's Highway, Colorado river & delta

393-487

81-101

63-80

xx

xx

Northern trips: Santa Cruz, San Pedro & mid Gila rivers

355-378

72; 77-80

48-64

xx

xx

Blue Shell Conference at Mission San Xavier del Bac

506-510

135-138

69-70

xx

xx

Bazerac trips: Kino & Pimas ask Provincial for more missionaries

357; 580

xx

60-61

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1. Book: "Padre Kino: The Trail to the Pacific
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2. Kino Chapter from "Not' Counting the Cost"
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3. "ABCD and E Kino Life Chapter and Historical Atlas"
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4. Website: "El Padre de Sonora" in Spanish with expedition maps
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