Tumacacori National Historical Park

From his arrival in the PimerÌa Alta in 1687 until his death in 1711, Padre Kino established over twenty missions. The Jesuit missionaries administered them until the time of their expulsion in 1767. From 1768 until after Mexico got her independence in 1821 the missions were operated by the Franciscan missionaries. Some are still in use today while others have fallen into ruin.

Tumacacori National Historical Park in the upper Santa Cruz River Valley of southern Arizona is comprised of the abandoned ruins of three of these ancient Spanish colonial missions. San Jos de Tumac·cori and Los Santos Angeles de Guevavi, established in 1691, are the two oldest missions in Arizona. San Cayetano de Calabazas, was established in 1756.

 

NPF'S Impact at Tumacacori National Historical Park

  • The American Latino Heritage Fund is working closely with the National Park Service on American Latino Youth Summits designed to educate and involve younger generations in historic preservation in their...

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