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What religion did the spanish missionaries hope to convince the native American to believe?

Christianity :)


What the native American children do at the mission?

The Native American kids went to Spanish school in the Church room where they learned the Spanish Ways of life.


Are any missions Greek Roman Spanish Moorish and Native American influenced?

Check out Mission Santa Barbara.


Who is a native American in the mission?

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What did the native American children at mission san juan capistrano?

what did native American children do at mission san juan capistrano


What kind of duties did the Spanish soldiers do in the San Diego mission?

There 5-6 soldiers per mission and they didn't do much. Many of them raped the Native American women and beat the mission Native Americans. They were not well liked and were considered dangerous for the most part.


Did Native Americans like life at the mission?

No! The Spanish tortured them!


What happened to local native Americans after the spanish arrived in central American?

spanish took over there land for the native american's


Which native American Indian tribe lived at Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa?

The Chumash tribe was served by the Spanish mission in what is now San Luis Obispo, California.


Why did native Americans to live in a mission?

the spanish attaced the natives americans


What did the native American children do at missions?

The Native American kids went to Spanish school in the Church room where they learned the Spanish Ways of life.


Who lived at mission San Juan Capistrano?

Native Americans and people who worked at the mission lived there.Priests and spanish worked at the mission.

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