Atlas Geographicus Societatis Iesu
P. Ludwig Carrez SJ. Atlas Geographicus Societatis Iesu [Paris] (1900). An atlas of the geography of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits): a series of maps (with indications in Latin) giving the organization and development of the assistancies and provinces of the Society of Jesus from its origins until the end of the 19th century. For a searchable PDF see on internet archive.
Documents pour servir à l’histoire des domiciles de la Compagnie de Jésus
For a list of the residences of the Society of Jesus (1540-1773), giving placenames in Latin and French, with the year of foundation, see Alfred Hamy SJ, Documents pour server a l’histoire des domiciles de la Compagnie de Jésus dans le monde entier de 1540 a 1773 (Paris) . A digitalized version by Boston College is available here.
The reference work Data Chronologica Originis et Evolutionis Regionum [et] Provinciarum is an essential guide for the study of the documents of the New Society.
The archive of the New Society is organized geographically according to the various Provinces. Regarding the documentation of a particular Mission, or Region, or Vice-Province, it is necessary to establish to which Province it belonged, in order to search under the relevant Province.
The Catalogs too are organized by Province. Thus this reference work (Data Chronologica) is also necessary in order to facilitate research in the Catalogs – see the project to digitalize the Catalogs of the New Society.
The Data Chronologica shows the evolution of the Provinces, Missions and Regions, and gives the source from which the information is taken (generally AR – Acta Romana Societatis Iesu, or Cat., referring to the Catalog of the relevant Province).
For a PDF version – with search possibilities – click here.