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1703, Dec 21746-17531759, Sep 10
a Jesuit missionary, explorer, and cartographer. In 1729, Konscak left for Cádiz in Spain, then went to North America, where he was active as a missionary on New Spain's Baja California Peninsula (today part of Mexico), from 1732 to the end of his life.
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Ferdinand Konscak1703, Dec 21746
 
17531759, Sep 10

Stepan Glotov1729 ca1746
 
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Robert Rogers1731, Nov 71746
 
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 an American colonial frontiersman. Rogers served in the British army during both the French and I...
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 a New-Spanish explorer of Basque descent, and Governor of New Mexico for the Spanish Empire. In 1...
Thomas Walker1715, Jan 251740
 
17891794, Nov 9
 a distinguished physician and explorer from Virginia; in the mid-18th century, he was part of an ...
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