2 edition of Kino and the cartography of northwestern New Spain found in the catalog.
Kino and the cartography of northwestern New Spain
Ernest J. Burrus
|Statement||by Ernest J. Burrus.|
|LC Classifications||GA407.K5 B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
Burris, E.J., Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain, Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, Tucson, , pp. *Chang, Kueisheng, "Africa and the Indian Ocean in Chinese Maps of the 14th and 15th Centuries", Imago Mundi, vol. XXIV, pp. (c). these lands of New Spain with those of California, the. Introduced and edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles, pp. Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New.
In Kino and the cartography of northwestern New Spain, by Ernest J. Burrus, plate Tucson, Arizona Pioneers = Historical Society. [This is a tracing, first published in , of the official map of the Mexican Jesuit Province. Kino’s notion of the cartography of northwestern New Spain was the official cartography and geography well into the s. Modern accurate maps date only from the s. Many of Kino’s maps are far more accurate than Humboldt’s of the same area because Humboldt did not have Kino.
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[Ernest J Burrus; Roger Baskes Collection (University of Chicago. Library)]. Kino's Contributions to World Cartography Ernest J. Burrus. By way of introduction to a better appreciation and understanding of Kino's contribution to the cartography of northwestern New Spain, it should prove helpful to recall the motive inspiring this phase of his work and observe a few of the characteristics common to all his maps.
Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain. Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, From an edition limited to copies printed by Lawton Kennedy. Numerous illustrations and maps. , pp.
Folio. Gilt cloth. Front hinge cracked, otherwise near fine. Further reading. Burrus, E. J.,Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain. Tucson, AZ: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society.
Burrus, E. J.,Kino. A group of six books pertaining to Father Kino. Includes a large red cloth-bound folio entitled “Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain,” by Ernest J.
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Try it now. Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain THE INFLUENCE OF KINOS MAPS ON THE CARTOGRAPHY. TheExpulsion of the Jesuits from New Spain Jesuit Historians ofSinaloaSonora Ernest Joseph Burrus (–) was a Jesuit and a leading historian of northwestern New Spain, particularly the Baja California peninsula and made notable contributions in editing many accounts of the Jesuit period in documents from European archives.
Burrus was born in El Paso, Texas, on Ap He received his ordination as a Jesuit priest in Innsbruck, Austria, in Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain () by Ernest J. Burrus and California as an Island with a Checklist of Maps, () by J. Leighly, complete the number of fine-printed volumes in APU’s bibliocartography collection.
This book has been cited by the following publications. Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain. Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, Burrus, Ernest J. Kino escribe a la duquesa. Correspondencia del P. Eusebio Francisco Kino con la duquesa de Aveiro y otros documentos. Colección Chimalistac KINO AND THE CARTOGRAPHY OF NORTHWESTERN NEW SPAIN by ERNEST J BURRUS.
Est. $ - $ 5. KINO AND THE CARTOGRAPHY OF NORTHWESTERN NEW SPAIN by ERNEST J BURRUS. Est. $ - $ The book was designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy and made possible by a grant from the Holiday Foundation.
Kino was a Jesuit missionary. Kino and the cartography of northwestern New Spain (manuscript), ca. DESCRIPTION Includes typescripts and galley proofs, with by two illustrations and book cover design, of a limited edition of copies, of Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain.
To learn about its territories in the New World, Spain commissioned a survey of Spanish officials in Mexico between andasking for local maps as well as descriptions of local resources, history, and geography.
In The Mapping of New Spain, Barbara Mundy illuminates both the Amerindian (Aztec, Mixtec, and Zapotec) and the Spanish traditions represented in these maps and traces the. New Tracks in North America: A Journal of Travel and Adventure whilst Engaged in the Survey for a Southern Railroad the Pacific Ocean Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain: Burrus, Ernest J.
Spanish Exploration, Cartography of the Southwest: $ - $ A Descriptive Hand-Book of the Great Overland Route between. Kino () was the great figure of the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in the far northwestern reaches of New Spain.
He was a Jesuit missionary assigned in to the Pimeria, Viceroyalty of Mexico, and as leader of Jesuit missionaries in that region, he labored not only to minister to the Indians but to explore and make known.
Eusebio Francisco Kino (Aug – Ma ) was an Italian Jesuit priest, missionary, cartographer, geographer, explorer and astronomer. Kino was born Eusebius Chinus in the town of Taio, in the then sovereign Prince-Bishopric of Trent.
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His valuable historical and autobiographical chronicle, Favores celestiales, was edited by H. Bolton as Kino's Historical Memoir of Pimería Alta (, repr. See E. Burros, Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain (); F.
Smith, J. Kessell, and F. Fox, Father Kino. Burrus, Ernest J. Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain. Tucson: Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, Goodwin, Cardinal. The Trans-Mississippi West (): A History of its Acquisition and Settlement.
New York: Russell & Russell, Hughes, J. Donald. Bolton’s extensive biography of Kino has appeared in three editions:, andor once every twenty-four years.
Photomechanically reproduced, the book in its last two editions has remained unchanged in text; but the last edition shows a few slight modifications in the presentation of. "Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain" (Tucson: Arizona Pioneers’ Historical Society, ).
Reproductions of the two maps mentioned above can also be seen in Herbert Bolton’s "Rim of Christendom," and  This book was never included in the manuscript; it is possible that Kino never was able to.Sale Americana from the George M.
Steinmetz Collection - Literature - Miscellaneous Books - Timed Auction - No Reserve (#) 05/11/ AM PDT Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain: S. J., Ernest J. Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain: Ended: Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium): $ CLOSED.Refs.: Burrus, Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain, p.
17, illustrated between pp. 36 and 37; Joppen, “Heinrich Scherer,” from Dictionary of Mapmakers at ; McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island, no. Kino and the Cartography of Northwestern New Spain, p. 17, illustrated between pp.
36 and 37; Joppen.