Main Page for Kino Heritage Society; Contact Information; Cause for Sainthood; Kino's Prayers
Introduced European domestic animals and crops including Kino Wheat. Trained O'odham in farming and ranching. Arizona's First Cattle King See pages Kino Wheat and Horseman
Includes Map of Kino Missions and drawings of Cocospera and Magdalena
Main Page for online Kino Book. Download in different e-book formats the Kino Book "Padre Kino and the Trail of the Pacific with line drawings, book guide, maps and chronology. Chapters in text format and orginal format in pdf
Highly recommended. Kino Biography written in journalistic style with maps (27 pages) with ethnohistorical and environmental approaches.
Short Kino Biography by Charles W. Polzer (21 text pages) "Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J. - Pioneer Padre of the Pimería Alta." Also presented in Spanish and Italian.
Short Biography by Charles W. Polzer in Italian
Short Biography by Charles W. Polzer in Spanish
Kino Book. Read online chapters of "Padre Kino and Trail to the Pacific" Text Format
E-Reader Formats for the E-Book "Padre Kino and The Trail to the Pacific" to download to digital library devices.
Kino Book: Table of Contents with Map Links Added in Chapters
Kino Book: Cast of Characters
Kino Book: Chapter 1 California Mission 1685
Kino Book: Chapter 2 Indians Shall Not Be Slaves! 1685
Kino Book: Chapter 3 Among the Pimas 1687
Kino Book: Chapter 4 The Young Lieutenant 1694
Kino Book: Chapter 5 The Blood of a Martyr 1694
Kino Book: Chapter 6 Vengeance! 1695
Kino Book: Chapter 7 The Children Asked for Bread 1695
Kino Book: Chapter 8 An Error in the Map 1698
Kino Book: Chapter 9 The Devil's Highway 1699
Kino Book: Chapter 10 Visit from Salvatierra 1701
Kino Book: Chapter 11 Plan for New Spain 1705
Kino Book: Chapter 12 General Manje Writes a Report 1705
Kino Book: Chapter 13 The Chapel of St. Francis Xavier 1711
Kino Book: Author's Note
Kino Book: Book Index
Kino Book: Summary from Inside Cover
Kinol Book Guide: Chronology & Maps
Book Guide: Maps (only) (2 pages)
Kino Book: Author's Biography
Kino's successful advocacy for the Jesuit return to California and Kino's co-founding the Pious Fund of the Californias
Kino's begins his 30 years on the frontier in Baja California as part of the 3 year Atondo-Kino Expedition.
For almost 30 years the horseback riders of Por Los Caminos de Kino have made annual cabalgatas retracing the trails of Kino's journeys of exploration,
Nazereno, San Xavier, Camino del Diablo, Bacerac, Across Baja, Guaymus, San Francisco California and Desemboque
Bacadéhuachi, Huépac, Colorado River, El Fuerte, Rebeico, Cocóspera, Mátape, Huásabas, Vatican and Segno.
Caborca, Hermosillo, San Pedro River, Gulf of California, U.S - Mexico Border, Tumacácori, Magdalena de Kino
Kino Sainthood Prayer in English and Spanish
Kino's World Famous Maps
Padre Kino Chronology, Eusebio Kino Timeline, Father Eusebio Kino Timeline
Kino Heritage Society contact information
Chronology, Routes and Maps (1683 - 1685))
Chronology, Routes and Maps (1698 - 1702). Page "Explore Arizona and Sonora" includes information from this page but in different format.
Chronology, Routes and Maps (1687 - 1711)
Main Explorer page. See other Explorer sub pages: Sonora & Arizona; Baja California & Gulf; and Colorado River & Delta
Kino Grave Discovery (3 pages): "Grave - Burial Site" at Page 1. See also "Grave - Chapel" at Page 2 and "Grave - Olvera Account" at Page 3.
Kino Grave Discovery (3 pages): "Grave - Chapel" at Page 2. See also "Grave - Burial Site" at Page 1 and "Grave - Olvera Account" at Page 3.
Kino Grave Discovery (3 pages): "Grave - Olvera Account" at Page 3. See also "Grave - Burial Site" at Page 1 and "Grave - Chapel" at Page 2.
Kino chronicles his times. Kino writings: "Favores Celestiales" (Kino Historical Memoir); "Kino's Biography of Father Saeta"
The Barb Horse - Kino as Endurance Rider and First Breeder of Horses
Index to Web Site Pages
Page under construction
Jesuit Formation Stages
Bolton's General Sketch of Padre Kino's life and times
Topical Table that has cross page references to key subjects in four important Kino books..
Legacy Main Page with sub pages: Kino Border Initiative; O'odham People; San Xavier Mission; Testimonials; Pilgrimage; Grave & Chapel Discovery; U.S Statue; Past Organizations, Music & Songs; Wheat; and Kino Book online
Main Page for Kino life story with sub pages: Missionary, Explorer, Scientist, Cartographer, Agriculturist and Rancher, Horseman, Architect and Jesuit priest
Pilgrimage sites on the Camino de Kino: Kino's grave in Magdalena and Mission San Xavier del Bac.
Kino's prayer for evangelical workers.
Annual Kino Wheat Celebration - Plant Kino Wheat - November, December & January. Harvest and Share - May
Life Chapters: 2 page outline with key events in Kino's life with 3 corresponding summary maps
Other Online Links to Kino Websites
Kino's missionary practices of respect, patience and tolerance are set forth in Kino's "Biography of Father Francisco Javier Saeta." As a missionary Kino fullfills his role as priest, protector of Native People, doctor and pharmacist.
Monuments and statues in honor of Eusebio Francisco Kino
Kino traveled across and sailed by many national parks in the U.S. and Mexico and state parks in Arizona and Sonora. References are made to the protected areas that are featured on the natural history and travel series "The Desert Speaks."
Series of articles by Kino writers including Dr. Bunny Fontana & Dr. Big Jim Griffith
Recent Kino News
Novena to St. Francis Xavier: March 3rd - March 11th; November 25th - December 3rd
The Valiant Desert Sharing People of the Sonoran Desert
Prayer for Kino Sainthood in Spanish
Kino Memorial Association; Memorial U.S. Statue Committee; U.S. Statue Dedication Committee
Prayer for Canonization; Father Kino's Prayers; St. Francis Novena of Grace; Litany of Loretto - Laurentian Litanies
Bolton's Specific Description of Padre Kino life including his 2 years in Baja Californiai
Main Page for Resources: Links to Kino's wrtings and books about Kino that are online; Topical Cross Reference Guide;
Cause for Canonization; Servant of God
Kino named Tumacacori de San Cayentano after St. Cajetan, the patron of wheat and bread giving.
Blue Shell Conference and First Church Foundations
Download and Print 1 page Statuary Guide of Mission San Xavier del Bac
Astronomer, Oceanographer, Geologist and Volcanologist.
Also links to pages: Doctor & Pharmacist, Agriculturist and Cartographer.
Use Search Function to find website information
Poem in Spanish with English translation. Commentaries by Octavio Paz & Jorge Olvera
Kino Heritage Store -
Books, Statues and Other Gifts
Quotes about Padre Kino including Sor Juana's poem
Kino's Mission San Cayetano de Tumacacori
Main Page for Arizona Statue Dedicated in U.S. Capitol
Statue Dedication: Senator Carl Hayden, President Pro Tempore of Senate
Statue Dedication: Father Ernest J. Burrus, S.J., Jesuit Historian
Statue Dedication: Francis J. Green, Bishop of the Diocese of Tucson
Statue Dedication: Hon. Samuel P. Goddard, Governor of Arizona
Statue Dedication:Hon. Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Department of the Interior
Statue Dedication: Sculptor Susanne Baroness Silver-Cruys
Kino Multimedia: videos, music, film clips