The Man Who Founded California: The Life of Blessed Junipero Serra
M.N.L. Couve de Murville presents a popular but thorough biography of Blessed Junipero Serra, the tireless Franciscan missionary who came to California in the eighteenth century to evangelize the Native Americans. Well known for the historic missions that he helped establish all along the coast from San Diego to San Francisco, Father Serra is even recognized by the secular society of the United States government as the "founder of California". As one of the pioneers who created the United States of America, his larger than life-size statue stands in the hall of the U.S. Capital.
Specifications of The Man Who Founded California: The Life of Blessed Junipero Serra
|Author||M. N. Couve de Murville, M. N. L. Couve De Murville|
|Number Of Pages||150|
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