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Spanish Missions in California

This category is for questions about the Spanish Catholic missions established in California to spread Christian Faith among Native American people.
The women wear a cotónand petticoats,
mission Santa Cruz was founded by Juan Junipero
He was a Catholic friar so he dressed in a brown robe. He had ruddyskin , a pockmarked face, and dark, curly hair. He was born inSpain and had Basque heritage.
The padre at Mission San Rafael had the job of watching the people and ringing a bell when it was time to eat, work, sleep, etc.
It was the sun dance queen who pledged allegiance to he
Mission San Rafael was abandoned and was torn down but an artist inSan Francisco made a postcard of San Rafael and was rebuilt thanksto him.
For many years, Mission San Francisco de Asis had been plagued by the consequences of the damp and foggy weather which dominated the area. The Indians, especially after being exposed to a number of diseases, were inclined to waste away as the unfavorable weather retarded their recovery. ...
It use tools that bought from Mexico and Spain
The first finding was on October 30, 1775. The second was on November 1, 1776.
The CA mission system was set up as a series of stops and points throughout the state. Each mission was a day's ride from the other. Mission San Jose was founded like the rest of the mission system to bring Christianity to the Native California Indians, to help settle the area for the Spanish and...
yes it is actually. even though it was built in 1797 and it has been through a lot of earthquakes, it is
It is used for weddings and for funerals.
it has green grass, a emerald olive tree, some jade bushes, and a statue of Father Serra
Father Serra found 9 missions.
The role in the mission system was an importat naval base for the ispaniards to protect their colony from autside invaders
The mission santa cruz is called the hard luck mission becauseacross the river that was near the mission there was a gang ofbandits that the padres trusted and let them into the mission toprotect them but soon later they betrayed them and burned themission down.
The mission was named for St. Clare of Assisi
232 feet in length and 19 feet in both height and width.
September17,1804 founded by Father Estevan Tapis
Well it just all depends on what time you want to wake up and/or it also depends on what city your in like for example i you wake up in the San Juan or whatever,.... then it would be about 12 noon or 1pm sometimes the peoples what we call in San Juan are Acagchemen Tribe, there like more of Native...
a really big house with a church inside
San Juan Capistrano is famous for the swallows that return every year on March 19th, St. Joseph's Day. Amazingly, after spending the summer there, they all leave together each year on October 23rd, the Day of San Juan.
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Mission San Diego de Alcala was founded on July 16th, 1769 by Father Junipero Serra.
Santa Cruz sometimes is referred to as "hard luck" mission. It iscalled this due to a troubled past from people having to relocateafter a flood.
The inhabitants of the Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo usedaqueducts to bring water from nearby springs. They also used it tosupply the water for the missionÕs fountain.
According to the San Diego Mission's web site, the mission was burned to the ground on November 4th, 1775. The reason given was that two of the mission indians become discontented with the rules of the mission, and they incited the riot. The Indians attacked in the middle of the night and burned...
Mission San Diego de Alcala was built because the Spanish people wanted to claim Alta California ( present: the state of California, in the United States). (Come on.)
It stayed a mission under the Mexican government and it is still a working Catholic Church . It performs masses, weddings, and other functions. People can visit and tour it as well.
The mission was found January 12, 1777 and found by Father Juniperro Serra.
the padres job for San Luis Tolosa is giving church and confess people
That is The Royal Road; but because they spoke Spanish, it is called 'El Camino Real'.
The main entrance to the church is quite plain. In the mission era the prominent door in the side wall of the church opened directly onto El Camino Real, ("Royal Road") connecting the missions, pueblos and presidios. San Gabriel was located astride three prominent trails. Settlers, military...
The current condition of mission Santa Ines is good. You can still visit mission Santa Ines and it is in well condition as of now.
It was most famous for the cloth and clothes for the soldiers.
what did men, woman,children,priests,indians do in misssion santa cruz
The mission is in San Luis Rey, four miles East of Interstate 5 along California 76. Take 76 East from I5 and either stay on 76 until you reach Rancho del Oro in San Luis Rey or take Mission Avenue where it branches left outside San Luis Rey. Just North of 76, the mission is at 4050 Mission Avenue ...
Actually there were 26 missions established in Texas. Please take your pick from the related link listed below:
The Indians wove baskets, made candles, cooked, raised animals,and made clothing.
It is located at the El Camino Real Rd
they traded colorful beads and clothes.
Mission San Antonio de Padua is located on about one square mile of mission-owned land but surrounded by about 165,000 acres of federal lands of Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County, California.
The purpose for Mission San Juan Capistrano was to teach the Native Americans Catholisim and to protect their land from the French and Britin.
The county seat is San Jose
Lieutenant Jose Joaquin Moraga and Father Francisco Palou
Atole in the morning and Pozole in the afternoon and Atole again for dinner.
Yes! Check the mission website..
The mission was named for St. Francis of Assisi.
Saint Didacus de/of Alcala. ()
Because it was the first mission
Father Junipero Serra founded Mission San Carlos.
It took about three years to complete the basic construction.
It is the 19th or 18th mission to be found. It was found by Father Estévan Tápis.
Please give the right answer
The Mission was founded on July 16, 1769.
yes, it has been restored
There was farming and building and guarding.
I don't know either so yeah but I'm trying to look
It has a university and its famous adobe bricks are still there. It is still a lively mission.
The first mission to be built, Mission Santa Clara de Thamien (California Historical Landmark, was established at the Indian village of So-co-is-u-ka on the Guadalupe River, by Franciscan Padres Tomás de la Peña and Joseph Antonio Marguia on January 17, 1777. There they erected a cross and...
Bells are used for telling Indians when you have to do a certain thing!
i don't know about that but i love san Luis obispo de tolosa
Because they thought Father Fermin Lasuen was a trusted Father to run the mission and because their was not many missions.
Answer . the right answer is :. El camino real
The Cathoilic Church