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.

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Spanish Missions in California

How did the missions affect the development of California?

the development affected the missions by when junipero serra died the Mexican took over then acceped the rule to have Fr

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Why was the Santa Ines Mission built?

To help acculturate the Chumash!

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What Indian tribes lived at the San Juan Capistrano Mission?

The Acjachemen or as the Spaniards called them the Juanenos.
That would be the Acagchemem,but you will hear people saying that it's the Juaneno. Just remember that it is actually Acagchemem, and Juaneno is just what the Spanish renamed them.

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What is a Spanish missions name that means holy faith in English?

That is Santa Fe, which is in New Mexico, USA.

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How many missions were built in California?

21 missions were built.

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How did the missions help or hurt California?

so they can christanize the native
it helped it by building things

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What animals were raised in mission Santa Cruz?

There were 400 horses, 3,600 cows, and 5,211 sheep.

why


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What jobs did the Indians have at mission San Jose?

  • they mostly farmed, weaved, and made things.
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What were chores on San Juan Bautista?

I am not sure, you could use a dictionary or something

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What were the problems at mission San Juan Capistrano?

the problems were there was an earthquake and two boys died and all that

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Are there any people that still live in Mission San Buenaventura?

They still use it as a parish church, so they priests still live there.

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How many missions did Junipero Serra found?

He founded nine missions

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What crops were grown at Mission San Gabriel?

Mission San Gabriel is a Franciscan Mission established by Father Junipero Serra on Sept 8, 1771 near the present town of Montebello in California. Father Pedro Cambón and Father Joseph de la Somera assisted in the founding of the Mission. Mission San Gabriel was one of the wealthiest missions of the time. In it were planted crops of wheat, beans, corn, and vineyards. The missionaries also raised cattle and sheep. Most of the soap and candles used in other missions were made in Mission San Gabriel.

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What unique characteristics does Mission San Jose De Guadalupe have?

It the only mission that have 10 space

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What did the woman do in Mission Santa Ines?

the woman cooked in the kitchen

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Mission San Diego de alcala cemetery?

yes it do have a cemetery

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What is the nickname of mission San Diego de Alcala?

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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Were the Indians treated badly in san Juan capistrano?

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 contribution to the well being and prosperity of the missions they were given no voice in the church proper; a church they were required to adopt but certainly knew little of. And while not a direct result of their physical treatment, many of the Indians died from the mundane European diseases they had never been exposed to. The overall treatment of the Native Americans by the missions was probably no worse than they received from any other group of European settlers.
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Spanish Missions in California

What was the closest city to mission Santa Barbara?

the right answer is : El camino real

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What crops were grown at mission San Juan Bautista?

Corn,wead,rice,and barley

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What are three facts about the San Buenaventura Mission?

1. it was supposed to be the 3rd mission but became the 9th

2. it had wooden bells, and no one knows why

3. it was the last mission founded by Padre Juniperro Serra

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Did the Indians revolt at mission San Buenaventura?

Yes

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Were there any Indian rebellions at the mission San Miguel Arcangel?

no ther werent any revolts infact Indians were anxious for it ti open

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Did the San Jose Mission have a campanario?

no

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When was mission San Jose built?

it was built on June 11,1797

it was built on June 11,1797

Mission San Jose was founded and built on June 11, 1797

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