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Spanish Missions in California

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This category is for questions about the Spanish Catholic missions established in California to spread Christian Faith among Native American people.
The nickname of Mission San Antonio de Padua was the Mission of the Sierra Mountains.
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They grew organic vegeteblas.
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It was built because Spain could hold onto the claim on Alta CA stronger. This is a complicated question. The Spanish Crown did need to secure her territory in California. Due to a lack of interest in migration to California from other parts of Mexico, the Spanish colonial government decided the bes…
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they grew crops, raised livestock, prayed, cleaned the padres' rooms ( priests ) , cooked, built the mission and their own village ( if they didn't live inside the mission building ) , sew and make clothing, etc
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Father Antonio Cruzado
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Mission Treatment of NativesYes. In addition to often being forcibly held at the missions, they were forced to perform all the labor for the missions with little or more often no pay. San Juan Capistrano was no exception to the missions' operating principles. In spite of their tremendous contributio…
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the location was chosen becase it had plenty of water
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Father Junipero Serra.
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Father Junipero Serra is best known for establishing 9 of the 21 Spanish missions that were built from San Diego to San Francisco in the 1700s. He was born in Petra, Majorca, Spain in 1713.
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it was built on June 11,1797it was built on June 11,1797Mission San Jose was founded and built on June 11, 1797
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Estevan Tapis was a padre, and was the founder of the mission
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planting crops, hunting meat, protecting the mission, and tending to the animals!
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people
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you can get anything like boards,wood,paper,cardboardect try to do your best on it
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a mission usally is something you have to complete in a certain amount of time
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It was built like any other mission.
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The reason it is called Santa Barbara mission is because that is where it is located.
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they made soap and candles!!!!!!But the Spanish treated them badly! The women wove home supplies such as baskets or blankets. The men did the jobs that were due to their strength. Children helped their mothers and kept things away from the crops.
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(rastriya sa aksharata mission)it means to spread civilization(technology) to allover India (incloding rural areas).
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Because he was the head of the Mission system after Fray Junipero Serra past. He was the head of the Mission system from the years 1785 to 1803.
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church outposts known as missions. The UN MISSIONS mean peace keep forces army .Every army troops of country goes.PAKISTAN AUSTRALIA AMERICA SOUTH AFRICA AND MANY OTHER . Except INDIA Every Country Goes To The Peace Keeping Troops.
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Well no one really owns it. It's just the priest and people could come in and see it. Right now priest do masses for spanish speakers.
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The Nuestra Senora de la Concepcicon was build around 1620.
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A mission is a church that has a religious settlement. It is used to convert Native-Americans to christianity .
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The present Socorro Mission was constructed c.1840 to replace an earlier 18th-century mission destroyed in 1829 by flooding of the Rio Grande. The mission, constructed of adobe surfaced with stucco, is particularly notable for its interior. The finely painted and decorated beams, or vigas, are from …
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Mission residents awoke from the sound of bells, were brought together for mass, morning prayers, and church lessons.
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It is near the University and is bstween two roads
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The construction of Mission San Juan Capistrano took nine years and was finished in 1806. Unfortunately, the mission was destroyed in an earthquake in 1812. One of the mission's nicknames was Jewel of the Missions.
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what type of clothing did they usewas whatever the missionarys made them where
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Well father junipero seirra built most missions!!!!!!!!!!father Junipero Serra was alive for 7 missions
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no most of them didnt put all the peces back
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Father Junipero Serra built the first nine missions, Mission San Juan Capistrano was the seventh mission built, so therefore Father Junipero Serra built Mission San Juan Capistrano.
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supermans mission was to save the world
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Spain settled in California.Fray Junipero Serra founded most missions.
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the development affected the missions by when junipero serra died the Mexican took over then acceped the rule to have Fr eedom
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San Antonio is the Texas city that is famous for its spanish missions including the Alamo and the riverwalk
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It took approximately 13 years to build the Mission San Jose. It took a while to build due to having to get the materials from Mexico.
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The San Diego mission has four different nicknames: 1. Mother of the Alta California mission 2. Church of the Desert 3. Mother of all Missions 4.Mission in the desert
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Adobe in 1791 to a single story mission.
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one of the persons who was assighned to build it was father serra
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California's third mission, founded 1771 by Father Junipero Serra.
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The founder of Mission San Juan Capistrano was Father Junipero Serra and the Spanish Catholics who helped build this wonderful and beautiful Mission. It was November 1, 1776 on All Saints Day it was founded. A beautiful Chapel was built in 1782. It was one of the many known Missions In Alta Californ…
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It's near Solvang, which is near Santa Barbara.
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There were 400 horses, 3,600 cows, and 5,211 sheep. why
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Wheat , corn and cultivated grapes were planted in mission San Francisco de Asis.
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The Catholic Church (which was still intertwined with the government of Spain) wished to increase its grasp by converting new cultures into their faith. The Franciscans who established the California missions believed that they could find salvation through converting nonbelievers, and that hard labo…
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Mission San Jose was founded on June 11, 1797.
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The Mission San Carlos was founded in 1770. No one lives there today but the mission does function as a Catholic Church and a museum.
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It took 14 years to build Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana.
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Woman made Soap, Candels, made pottery, cook food, and sew. Men did hunting, farming, building, blacksmithing.
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The Spanish missions were built in an effort to provide safe lodging, a day's journey apart, for the settlers (colonists) arriving to populate the 'new country'. Converting the natives to Christianity provided cheap labor for the building of the mission structures, irrigation systems, and farming of…
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Junipero Serra built mission Santa Clara
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No. It was relocated once. The original Mission San Gabriel Arcángel, the fourth in California, was founded in 1771 at what is now the city of El Monte, California. This location was prone to flooding by the San Gabriel River. Because of this flooding, it was decided that the mission would be rel…
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Mission Santa Cruz was founded by Father Fermín Lasuén on September 25, 1791. It is located at 126 High Street, Santa Cruz, California.
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i dont know but i do know that a giraffe has the same amount of bones in their neck as you i think it is 26.
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what was the purpose of san luis rey de francia
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The purpose of the Spanish missions was to colonize and settle Alta, California. The first one was built in 1769.
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There were not a large number of Indians in the Nuestra Senora de la Soledad Mission, but the ones who were there often raised horses and cattle and farmed corn and wheat. They also helped with construction of homes and the mission itself.
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The Mission San Antonio de Padua is located at End of Mission Road, Jolon, CA 93928. The phone number is 831 385 4478.
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No they went from being independent to dependant, from living wild and free to living in a cramped and controlled environment, their dignity and pride was destroyed
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it has a beautiful roof designed by the indians and it has wonderful desins
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Look at a map- the Spanish missionaries founded practically all the major cities in the Golden State. the KIng"s Highway ran from San Francisco ( founded by Franciscan Father Juniperro Serra) all the way upstate to what is now L.A. note the many city names honoring saints- Santa Monica, San Rafael, …
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The role in the mission system was an importat naval base for the ispaniards to protect their colony from autside invaders
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Mission San Diego de Alcala was founded on July 16th, 1769 by Father Junipero Serra.
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Santa Cruz sometimes is referred to as "hard luck" mission. It is called this due to a troubled past from people having to relocate after a flood.
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The inhabitants of the Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo used aqueducts to bring water from nearby springs. They also used it to supply the water for the missionÕs fountain.
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That is The Royal Road; but because they spoke Spanish, it is called 'El Camino Real'.
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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.
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Mission San Juan Capistrano was the prettiest mission before the major earthquake in 1812.
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The California Missions were a series of 21 settlements running up the California coastline from what is now San Diego all the way to San Francisco. These missions were established by the kingdom of Spain and were founded and maintained by missionary Catholic priests, monks and brothers while also s…
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He liked it because a lot of native Americans went there and helped the mission so he decided that would be his favorite mission.
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mission san Jose is the only mission furthest from the pacific ocean
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the children job was to raise crops and tend animals
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New Spain was afraid that England wanted to claim the land and they wanted to show that that land was already claimed
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Because it was the first mission to have a tile roof and an election AND the first water gristmill( also if another person wants to help please? I need more information for the elections my teacher said thanks if ya help :D).
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It was made by many different kinds of stone but it mostly was made out of adobe brick. one of them was adobe. witch was made of dirt clay [that stuff that's at the bottom of the sand box its normally stays together well ,hay ,small pebbles grass and twigs/sticks
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Pride of the Alta California Missions and Queen of the Missions
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father Vicente
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They wore cute clothes I just went there so if youre goning dress CUTE!LOL
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500 EL Camino Real Santa Clara,California 95053
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its the 4th misson in san Fernando. theres history that's amazing im going there tomorrow for a4th grade field trip. May 23, 2008.
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Fathers Barcenilla and Merino in 1797
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native amercain trible that lived there san fransico de asis
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In point of fact, any road that was under the direct jurisdiction of the Spanish crown and its viceroys was a 'camino real', because the words literally translate to 'The Royal Road' in English.See the related link(s) listed below for more information:
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Mission San Diego de Alcala
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what disaters did the San Luis Obispo
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I know its ceiling is made from redwood and is in its original state. The walls are made of adobe
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they rasied cattle and sheep
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he was gaY
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