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Mission San Pedro y San Pablo del Tubutama
Mission San Pedro y San Pablo del Tubutama
The chapel of Mission San Pedro y San Pablo del Tubutama.
Location Tubutama, Sonora, Mexico
Name as Founded La Misión de San Pedro y San Pablo del Tubutama
English Translation The Mission of San Pedro and San Pablo of the Tubutama
Patron The Apostles Saint Peter and Saint Paul
Founding Date 1691
Founding Priest(s) Father Eusebio Francisco Kino
Governing Body National Park Service
Current Use Historic Monument

Mission San Pedro y San Pablo del Tubutama is located in Tubutama, Sonora and was first founded in 1691 by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino.

Father Antonio de los Reyes on 6 July 1772 submitted a report on the condition of the missions in the Upper and Lower Pimeria Alta. This was his report on Tubutama as translated by Father Kieran McCarty:

"The Mission at Tubutama, with one outlying mission station, lies eight leagues to the west and a little to the north of the Mission of Saric. To the south lies the uninhabited land of Lower Pimeria and to the north are the Papagos and the other pagan nations up to the Colorado and Gila Rivers, some seventy leagues distance from this Mission.

The village at Tubutama is situated on a broad lowland of good and fertile fields where few Indians cultivate their individual fields and communally plant wheat, Indian corn, beans and other crops. The house of the Father Missionary is decent and roomy with an adjoining garden of quinces, pomegranates, peaches, and other trees. The church is interiorly adorned with two altars, paintings in gilded frames, and a small side chapel. In the sacristy are three chalices, a pyx, a ceremonial cross, ceremonial candle-holders, censer, three dishes and cruets, all of silver, vestments of every kind and color and other interesting adornments for the altar and divine services. According to the Census Book, which I have here before me, there are forty-five married couples, twelve widowers, six widows, eighteen orphans, the number of souls in all one hundred seventy-six." [1]

See also


  1. ^ Tumacacori NHP: Mission Tubutama

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