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By Jason Voigt, September 22, 2019
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1Missouri (St. Charles County), Portage des Sioux — St Rose Philippine DuchesneFirst School - 1818
Arrived from France on mission to convert the Indians and established first school west of the Mississippi in St. Charles County Map (db m140970) HM
2Missouri, St. Louis — St. Philippine Duchesne, RSCJBorn August 29, 1769
Born in Grenoble, France, Rose Philippine Duchesne was drawn to a life of religious service. She led five Religious of the Sacred Heart Nuns to the St. Louis area in 1818, settling in the then frontier town of St. Charles, where Duchesne opened the . . . Map (db m124711) HM
3Kansas (Linn County), Centerville — St. Philippine Duchesne Memorial and Historical Park
This is the Memorial and Historical Park dedicated to St. Philippine Duchesne and the Big Sugar/St. Mary Indian Mission, established 1838 to 1848. The official Shrine to St. Philippine Duchesne is located in Sacred Heart Catholic Church in . . . Map (db m70632) HM
4Missouri (St. Charles County), St. Charles — Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne
(left plaque:) Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, Pioneer Missionary of the Society of the Sacred Heart, came to St. Charles from France and founded the first free school west of the Mississippi on this site in 1818. (right . . . Map (db m140764) HM
5Missouri, St. Louis — St. Philippine Duchesne, RSCJBorn August 29, 1769
Born in Grenoble, France, Rose Philippine Duchesne was drawn to a life of religious service. She led five Religious of the Sacred Heart Nuns to the St. Louis area in 1818, settling in the then frontier town of St. Charles, where Duchesne opened the . . . Map (db m124711) HM
6Missouri (St. Louis County), Florissant — Saint Rose Philippine Duchesneb. 8-29-1769 d. 11-18-1852
To the Native Americans, she was the Woman Who Always Prays. Born in France, she came to Florissant in 1819. Her convent home still stands and with Old St. Ferdinand's Shrine is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. She opened the . . . Map (db m140720) HM
7Utah (Duchesne County), Duchesne — Saint Rose Philippine DuchesneAug. 29, 1769 – Nov. 18, 1852
According to one tradition, the Duchesne River was named after Mother Rose Philippine Duchesne. Mother Duchesne and the Catholic Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, had started schools in Missouri. The children of many of the early pioneer . . . Map (db m72766) HM
 
 
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