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Mission Soledad

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1791 that same year of 1791 blouse then established new less stress in your ID law solid at the 13th of the missions. Located in the barren hills it was always a lonely place, but it was midway between Monterey in San Antonio and the hospitality of its lighted windows was a welcome greeting at More Info »
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Mission Santa Ines

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1804 when Santa INes was founded in 1804 the mission chain was completed between San Diego and San Francisco. It was the last link in the chain in no mission was more than a day's journey from its neighbor. Esta von top this, the new president, bless the site and planted the cross at the More Info »
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Mission Santa Cruz

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1791 North of Monterey Portola found in the mountains the first read what he called Paolo Colorado. Near the coast Santa Cruz was founded in the summer of 1791. And here where the forest furnish the timber needed to build the missions. The church resembled Buena Ventura and the tower was tall and graceful. The More Info »
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Mission Santa Clara

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1777 Santa Clara the first mission south of San Francisco was founded in 1777 and was the first mission to honor a woman saint, Clara a follower of St. Francis. 4 miles from Santa Clara, Governor Neve selected the site of the first civic settlement in California, the pueblo of San Jose. That same year More Info »
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Mission Santa Barbara

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1786 Cabrillo found the Santa Barbara coast settled with many Indians who lived chiefly by fishing and their long red canoes ran far out in the blue channel. Governor Neve and Father Serra met to establish the Presidio of Santa Barbara but Serra did not live to see the founding of the 10th mission. In More Info »
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Mission San Rafael

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1817 the mission of San Francisco proved to be unsuitable for agriculture, so was decided to build the asses then see to the north of the bay on the sunny slope of purple mountain am a pious. The assistance the a of San Rafael was established in 1817 and the location was so successful that More Info »
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Mission San Miguel

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1797 San Miguel was founded on the Salinas River when San Juan Batista was a month old. It was a day's journey south of San Antonio pie do and the same North from San Luis Obispo near Paso Robles. Les Wayne came to bless the water in the place. Boards and timbers were cut from More Info »
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Mission San Luis Ray

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1798 Mission San Luis Ray was between San Diego and Capistrano in that rich valley of the river called San Luis Ray. It was June 1798 when the 18th mission was established and less Wayne equaled the record of Sarah. Antonio pay re-of San Luis was a great worker. He helped the Indians make bricks More Info »
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Mission San Luis Obispo

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1772 this came no had marked on his map a high peak at the southern end of the Coast Range and this became the location of Mission San Luis Obispo. The first Portola expedition passing here had killed a large bear and the Indians had been grateful, and the native chief was always loyal to More Info »
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Mission San Juan Capistrano

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1776 November 1 of that year 1776 Sarah founded the mission San Juan Capistrano halfway between San Diego and San Gabriel. It was a delightful place surrounded by rolling hills with trees and broad fields. An Adobe church was built the next year and when Padre Sarah came to say Massey observed the church would More Info »
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Mission San Juan Bautista

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1797 in land between Monterey and Santa Cruz in a little valley and it's fun colored hills was the site of San Juan Batista, founded in June 1797. Work was soon begun on a chapel and the buildings around a square, but the labor of 15 years was required to complete the large church. It More Info »
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Mission San Jose de Guadalupe

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1797 after solar dead it was six years before any other mission was established. But Lau send had been very busy and now added for missions to the chain in that year 1797. The first was San Jose D Guadalupe a located on East side of San Francisco Bay, 15 miles north of the town More Info »
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Mission San Gabriel Arcangel

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1771 The site selected for the fourth mission was the wide valley south and east of the Sierra Madre. And in the fall of 1771 two padres with soldiers arrived from San Diego, and San Gabriel Arcángel was founded. The Indians lived in tule huts near the San Gabriel River gathering acorns from the belt More Info »
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Mission San Francisco Solano

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1823 father Altamira carried the colors and the cross to Sonoma. He appealed to Gov. Arguello to protect the Valley against the Russians who had built before call little Russia on the north coast. California was greatly concerned and then in 1823 the mission of San Francisco Solano was begun at Sonoma in the Valley More Info »
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Mission San Francisco Asis

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1776 DeAnza selected the site on the Laguna Delores and in June 1776 Sarah's good friend father Paul Lu arrived from St. Carlos and the sixth mission established was named for St. Francis of Assisi. The hills were covered by vines with a mint flavor and soon the time was known as Yerba Buena. Francisco More Info »
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Mission San Fernando Rey

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1797 the fourth mission in that year of 1797 was San Fernando Ray, founded to close the gap between the San Gabriel and Buena Ventura. The site selected was a pleasant Valley in the land of the two June God. It was September when Les Wayne raised across it San Fernando. They began planting grain More Info »
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Mission San Diego

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1769 July 16, 1769, Junípero Serra founded the mother mission at the place called San Diego. The march from Mexico had ended, two ships had brought supplies with great effort. A chapel was erected on a hill overlooking the bay and Serra made an honest appeal but the Indians remained distant and doubtful. Portolá with More Info »
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Mission San Carlos Borromeo

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1770 Serra planned to build the second mission on the Bay of Monterey. And so the following year Portolá marched again to the north and this time found the bay in a quiet sea and recognized the harbor described by Vizcaíno. A week later the good ship San Antonio arrived with Serra and supplies for More Info »
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Mission San Buenaventura

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1782 when Cabrillo came to Buena Ventura he called it way below of the canoes. This Cano recorded that here native fishing canoes were the finest in California. In 1769 Portola visited this pueblo of oval-shaped houses in two years later Sarah came walking from San Diego to Monterey and observe this was the place More Info »
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Mission San Antonio Padua

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1771 Hardly had men been set hewing timbers for San Carlos than Serra traveled to the south over the Sierra de Santa Lucia and through the great valley of the oaks named by Serra, Los Robles. Here in a secluded spot near a small river was the site of the third mission. And in July More Info »
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