Texas missionary Pierre F. Parisot, circa 1899 The Reminiscences of a Texas Missionary.
Texas missionary Pierre F. Parisot, circa 1899. Following the annexation of Texas to the United States, Bishop Jean-Marie Odin invited the Oblates of Mary Immaculate to come to Texas. The priests, a handful of young urban Frenchmen, arrived in 1849. The Reminiscences of a Texas Missionary.
Parisot, P. F. (Pierre Fourier), 1827-1903. The reminiscences of a Texas missionary, by Rev. Filed under: Parisot, P. . San Antonio, Tex. : Johnson Bros. Printing C. c1899), by P. Parisot (page images at HathiTrust). Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
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APA citation style: Parisot, P. (1899) The reminiscences of a Texas missionary. Book/Printed Material. The Franciscan mission in Texas (1690-1793) Thesis (Ph. -Catholic University of America, 1927. San Antonio, Te. Johnson Bros. MLA citation style: Parisot, P. Sources for early Texas Catholic history (1690-1820)": p. 94-101. Contributor: O'Rourke, Thomas Patrick.
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a b c "Cavalry of Christ". Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Retrieved February 1, 2019. a b c d "Oblates of Mary Immaculate". Texas State Historical Association. Retrieved February 2, 2019. Mcilvain, Myra H. (May 4, 2012).
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