Title: The Patriarchal Mission: A Documentary History of San Jose
Author: Compiled and Edited by Msgr. Francis J. Weber
Description: Limited to 350 copies. Black boards with gilt lettering on spine. Interiors are clean and unmarked. Dust jacket in a clear archival sleeve. pp. x, 251. 8.5 x 5.75 inches.
A documentary history of La Mission del Gloriosisimo Patriarca Senor San Jose [in Fremont], the fourteenth frontier mission established along California's El Camino Real, founded by Fr. Fermin Lasuen in 1797.
Monsignor Francis J. Weber (b. 1933) was a graduate in the Department of Ecclesial History under the legendary John Tracy Ellis at The Catholic University of America and has served as Archivist for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles since 1962.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: [published by author]
Keywords: Catholic, California, history, missions, Catholicism, Christianity, Spanish mission, Mission San Jose, Fremont, Alameda County,
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