- Mission Nuestra Señora de los Dolores
- Mission San Francisco de Asís in San Francisco, California is also known by the nickname "Mission Dolores."
Mission Nuestra Señora de los Dolores Location 30 km north of Cucurpe, Sonora English translation Mission of Our Lady of Sorrows Founding date March 13, 1687 Founding priest(s) Father Eusebio Francisco Kino Native tribe(s)
It was founded by Jesuit missionary Father Kino on March 13, 1687. The Mission church was built near the Pima settlement of Cosari, about 30 km north of Cucurpe, Sonora. The mission name means "Our Lady of Sorrows" and it was the mother mission of the Pimeria Alta.
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