|Abstract:||Papers consist of a diary. Volumes II-VI concern his activities in Minnesota and elsewhere in the Midwest.|
|Quantity:||1 microfilm reel|
|Language:||Includes German (Gothic cursive script) and Latin.|
Szulak, Rev. Francis Xavier (1863-1903). Szulak was a Jesuit missionary born in Poland. After coming to the United States, he lived in Chicago, Illinois, and conducted missionary work in the surrounding states. He organized parishes in Michigan; Buffalo, New York; Nebraska; and Wisconsin; and also worked in Minnesota.
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The Szulak, Francis Xavier Papers, Polish American Collection, IHRC Archives, University of Minnesota
|Catholic Church -- Clergy|
|Catholic Church -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Missions|
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