|► Kansas (Dickinson County), Herington — Father Juan de Padilla & Quivira —|
|In 1540 Francisco Vasquez de Coronado marched north from Mexico with 300 Spaniards in search of the "Seven Golden Cities of Cibola." With them were several priests, including Juan de Padilla, a Franciscan friar. When the golden cities proved to be . . . — — Map (db m49674) HM|
|► Kansas (Dickinson County), Herington — Juan de Padilla Memorial —|
|Quivira ————— Juan de Padilla Martyr for the Faith Yielded his life here in 1542 ————— Coronado 1541 J.V. Brower 1896 — — Map (db m49750) HM|
|► Kansas (Morris County), Council Grove — Father Juan Padilla Monument —|
|In 1542, Fr. Juan Padilla, a Franciscan Friar, (the First American Martyr), accompanied Coranado [sic] on his expedition from Mexico some 50 years after Christopher Columbus landed in the USA [sic] and 78 years before our pilgrim fathers landed on . . . — — Map (db m44939) HM|
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Apr. 9, 2020