Ferdinand Konščak was a Croatian Jesuit missionary, explorer and cartographer.
|Born:||2 December 1703, Varaždin, Kingdom of Croatia within Habsburg Monarchy|
|Died:||10 September 1759, San Ignacio, Baja California Sur, Mexico|
|Education:||Society of Jesus in Trenčín, philosophy in Graz, Jesuit Academy in Zagreb, theology at the University of Graz.|
About Ferdinand Konscak
Jesuit missionary and cartographer who went on three expeditions exploring the Baja California peninsula.
He was put in charge of Jesuit missions in Baja.
His explorations were intended to settle the debate over whether Baja, California was an island or not.
He grew up in the city of Varaždin, Croatia.
John C. Fremont was another famous explorer of North America, though he only explored the northern side.
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- Croatian Jesuits
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- History of Baja California
- Croatian expatriates in Mexico
- Explorers of North America
- University of Graz alumni
- Jesuit missionaries