TITLE

The Names of Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz Mission Baptismal Records for 18 Awáswas Villages

AUTHOR(S)
Levy, Richard S.
PUB. DATE
January 2002
SOURCE
Gathering of Voices: The Native Peoples of the California Centra;2002, p183
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on the records of baptisms for 18 Awáswas Villages in Santa Cruz, California. According to the author, each name of the baptized individual was recorded in the book of baptism together with his or her village and the names of both parents. He adds that the baptismal book will provide information on tribal distributions, ethnic affiliation of villages, and the chronology of conversion for villages. He mentions that there are 223 baptismal records representing 223 child baptisms.
ACCESSION #
59685918

 

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