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THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF CARONDELET
ARIZONA'S PIONEER RELIGIOUS CONGREGATION, 1870-1890

by Sister Thomas Marie McMahon, C.S.J., B.A.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Primary Sources

Manuscript

Community Archives--The principal manuscript sources for this study are in the archives of the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph in St. Louis, Missouri, and of St. Mary's Provincial House, Los Angeles, California. 

They consist of:

1. Letters of Archbishop Lamy, Archbishop Salpointe, and Bishop Bourgade.
2. Letters of several Mexican bishops authorizing the Sisters to beg alms in their dioceses.
3. Letter of Father Zephyrin Engelhardt, O.F.M.
4. Letter of Rev. Francis Jouvenceau, V.G.
5. Letter of Reverend Mother St.john Facemaz.
6. Letters of Reverend Mother Agatha Guthrie.
7. Letters of Mother Julia Littenecker.
8. Letters written by Sisters in the various Arizona houses from 1870-1890.
9. Correspondence between Sisters and Father Stephan, Director of the Catholic Missions.
10. Reports of Officers of the Indian School Service.
11. Record of St. Joseph's Academy, Tucson, 1875.
12. Journals covering the trip westward by various routes.
13. Memoirs of Sisters regarding early pioneer days.
14. Book of the Acts of Profession (1856-1869).

Printed

CONSTITUTION OF THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF CARONDELET

Garces, Francisco Tomas. ON THE TRAIL OF A SPANISH PIONEER; THE DIARY AND ITINERARY OF FRANCISCO GARCES. Translated and edited by Elliott Coues. 2 vols. New York: F.P.Harper, 1900.

Hammond, George P. The Zuniga Journal, Tucson to Santa Fe , NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW, VI 1931), 40-65.

Indian Appropriation Bill , Speech of Hon. John J. Fitzgerald of New York in the House of Representatives, Friday, February 2 and Saturday, February 3, 1900. Washington: Government Printing Office.

Kino, Eusebio Francisco. KINO'S HISTORICAL MEMOIR OF PIMERIA ALTA. Translated by Herbert E.Bolton. 2 vols. Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Co., 1919.

NECROLOGY OF THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH (1874-1929).

News Releases. ARIZONA SENTINEL (Yuma), Dec.3,1886, March 14,1891. ARGONAUT (San Francisco), Nov. 15,1886. LOS ANGELES HERALD, JULY 15,1893. MISSION INDIAN (Banning, Cal.), April 15,1900.

Salpointe, John B. A BRIEF SKETCH OF THE MISSION OF SAN XAVIER DEL BAC. San Francisco: 1880.

U.S. Congress, Senate, LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. A copy of an Agreement with the Yuma Indians, with a Report from the commissioner of Indian Affairs and Accompanying Papers, Ex. Doc. No.68, 53d Cong., 2d Sess. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894.

de Vaca, Alvar Nunez Cabeza. THE JOURNEY OF ALVAR NUNEZ CABEZA DE VACA. Translated by Fanny Bandelier. New York: Allerton Book Co.,1922.

SECONDARY SOURCES

BOOKS

Bancroft, Hubert H. HISTORY OF ARIZONA AND MEXICO. San Francisco: The History Co., 1889.

Bannon, John F. Pioneer Jesuit Missionaries on the pacific Slope of New Spain , GREATER AMERICA. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1945.

Bolton, Herbert E. THE RIM OF CHRISTENDOM: A BIOGRAPHY OF EUSEBIO FRANCISCO KINO. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1926.

-------. THE SPANISH BORDELANDS. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921.

-------. SPANISH EXPLORATIONS IN THE SOUTHWEST, 1542-1706. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1916.

-------.WIDER HORIZONS OF AMERICAN HISTORY. New York: D. Appleton Century Co., 1939.

Bourke, John G. ON THE BORDER WITH CROOK. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892.

Brun, Geoffrey. THE ENLIGHTENED DESPOTS. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1929.

Dale, Edward E. THE INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST, A CENTURY OF DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE UNITED STATES. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1949.

Engelhardt, Zephyrin, O.F.M. THE FRANCISCANS IN ARIZONA. Harbor Springs, Michigan: Holy Childhood Indian School, 1899.

Federal Writers Project. ARIZONA, A STATE GUIDE. New York: Hastings House Publishers, 1940.

-------.MISSION SAN XAVIER DEL BAC. New York: Hastings House Publishers, 1940.

Forrest, Earle R. MISSIONS AND PUEBLOS OF THE OLD SOUTHWEST. Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Co., 1929.

Geary, Gerald J. TfE SECULARIZATION OF THE CALIFORNIA MISSIONS. Washington: The Catholic University of America, 1934.

Hafen, L.F. and Rister, C.C. WESTERN AMERICA. New York: Prentice-Hall Inc., 1941.

Hallenbeck, W.J. LIFE OF THE RIGHT REVEREND JOSEPH P. MACHEBEUF, D.D. Pueblo: The Franklin Press Co., 1908.

James, George W. ARIZONA THE WONDERLAND. Boston: The Page Company, 1917.

Lockwood, Frank C. THE APACHE INDIANS. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1938.

-------. ARIZONA CHARACTERS. Los Angeles: The Times-Mirror Press, 1928.

-------. Pioneer Days in Arizona. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1932.

-------. WITH PADRE KINO ON THE TRAIL. Tucson: University of Arizona, 1934.

Logue, Sister Mary Kostka. SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF PHILADELPHIA. Westminster: The Newman Press, 1950.

Lummis, Charles F. THE SPANISH PIONEERS. Chicago: A.C. McClurg and Co., 1914.

Maynard, Theodore. APOSTLE OF CHARITY. New York: The Dial Press, 1931.

-------. STORY OF AMERICAN CATHOLICISM. New York: The MacMillan Co., 1930.

Paxson, Frederic L. THE LAST AMERICAN FRONTIER. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1930.

Owens, Sister M.Lilliana. THE HISTORY OF THE SISTERS OF LORETTO IN THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, St. Louis University, 1935.

Read, Benjamin M. ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF NEW MEXICO. Santa Fe: New Mexican Printing Co., 1912

Rivaux, Abbe. LIFE OF REVEREND MOTHER ST. JOHN FONTBONNE. New York: Benziger Bros., 1887.

Salpointe, J.B. SOLDIERS OF THE CROSS. Banning: St.Boniface Industrial School, 1898.

Savage, Sister Lucida. THE CONGREGATION OF ST. JOSEPH OF CARONDELET. St. Louis: B. Herder Book Co., 1923.

Segale, Sister Blandina. AT THE END OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL. Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Co., 1948.

Scharf, Thomas. HISTORY OF ST. LOUIS CITY AND COUNTY. 2 vols. Philadelphia: Louis H. Evers Co., 1883.

Shea, John Gilmarv. HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC MISSIONS AMONG THE TRIBES OF THE UNITED STATES, 1529-1854. New York: Edward Dunnigan and Brother, 1855.

-------. LIFE OF MOST REVEREND JOHN CARROLL. New York: 1888.

Thomas, Alfred B. FORGOTTEN FRONTIERS. Norman: The University of Oklahoma Press, 1932.

Warner, Louis H. ARCHBISHOP LAMY, AN EPOCH MAKER. Santa Fe: Santa Fe New Mexican Publishing Corporation, 1936.

Winsor, Justin. THE MISSISSIPPI BASIN. New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1895.

PERIODICALS

Adam, Joachim. A Mission in the Wilderness , AVE MARIA, XXXIX (1894),12-14.

Bannon, John F. A Spanish Frontier Problem: The Apaches , THE HISTORICAL BULLETIN, XII (1934). 51-53, 70-72.

Bucher, Mark. San Xavier del Bac , THE HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, XVI (1936), 91-95.

Eaton, Clement W. Frontier Life in Southern Arizona , 1858-1861, THE SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY., XXXVI (1933), 173-192.

Elliott, Richard. The Relations of the Catholic Church with the Indians of North America , AMERICAN CATHOLIC QUARTERLY REVIEW, XXIII (1898), 45-71.

Ewing, Russell C. Investigations into the Cause of the Pima Uprising of 1751 , MID AMERICA,XII(1941),138-151.

Ganss, H.G. The Indian Mission Problem Past and Present , CATHOLIC MIND, 11 (1904), 325-344.

Habig, Marion A. The Builders of San Xavier del Bac , THE SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, XLI (1937), 154-166.

Hammond, George P. Pimeria Alta after Kino's Time , NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW, IV (1929), 220-238.

Hughston, Mary. Albert Steinfeld, Merchant , ARIZONA HIGHWAYS, XXVI (1950).4-7,14-17.

Lamy, Msgr. J.B. Catholicity in New Mexico, AVE MARIA, III (1867). 613-616.

Love, Clara M. History of the Cattle Industry in the Southwest , THE SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, XIX (1915-16) 370-399.

Kelly, Henry W. Franciscan Missions of New Mexico, NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW, XV (1940), 347-368.

News Releases. THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR, MARCH 4,1951. THE TUCSON CITIZEN, MAY 23, 1920, DEC. 16,1947.

Ogle, Ralph H. Federal Control of the Western Apaches, 1848-1886 , NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW, XIV (1939), 307-310.

Ramona, Sister. The Ecclesiastical Status of New Mexico, 1680-1875, CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, VIII (1929), 525-567.

Rippy, James . The Boundary of New Mexico and the Gadsden Treaty , HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, LV (1921).715-742.

Rothensteiner, John. The Diocese of St.Louis under Bishop Rosati, ILLINOIS CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, II (1919),177-185.

Ryan, Edwin A. Diocesan Organization in the Spanish Colonies , THE CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, V (1917), 146-156.

------ . Ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Spanish Colonies , THE CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, V (1919),3-11.

Shiels, W. Eugene. The Frontier Hypothesis : A Corollary , MID-AMERICA, XVIII (1935),3-9.

Worcester, Donald E. The Beginning of the Apache Menace of the Southwest , NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, XXXVI (1933),173-192.

Wyllys, Rufus K. The Career of Garces , ARIZONA HIGHWAYS, XIV (1933),173-192

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