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THE story of the conception, foundation, the rise and the fall of the Franciscan Mission establishments in California is at once one of the most uniq ...
... by Vizcaino's map, at which the first three Missions were to be erected. These were as follows: The first at San Diego, the second at Monterey ...
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The region of San Diego was well peopled. At the time of the founding there were eleven rancherias within a radius of ten leagues. ...
... Mission in 1769, until about sixty years later, the padres were practically in undisturbed possession, administeri ...
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Not the wildest conceptions of the Mission founders could have foreseen the results of their California enterprises. ...
... The California Missions Junepero Serra And His Coadjutors Indians And The Coming Of The Padres Indians Under The Padres Secularization Of The Missions San Diego De Alcala San Carlos Borbomeo ...
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The Spanish era in California had its tangible be-ginning in the year 1769 with the arrival of Junipero Serra and Gaspar de Portola at San Diego. ...
... Spanish era in California had its tangible be-ginning in the year 1769 with the arrival of Junipero Serra and Gaspar de Portola at San Diego. It ended, politically ...
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California came into the sisterhood of the States violently, at the mouth of the cannon, with the rattle of musketry and accompanied by unfortunate b ...
... He sailed to San Pedro to take up his position there and, at about the same time, he dispatched Fremont to San Diego. Larkin had also written ...
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What may be properly termed the Mexican era in the history of California began with the fall of Spanish power on the North American continent in the ...
... of the Sierras, the swinging lomas and the flower-flamed vales that stretched between Sonoma in the Valley of the Seven Moons and San Diego lying warm in the embrace ...
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As far as can be known it was in this book that the name California was first coined. And from that hour the quest of the same island began—the goal ...
... land expediction under command of the famous Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, after whom Coronado Beach in California and the islands off the San Diego coast are named, also ...
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From the founding of the San Diego Mission in 1769, until about sixty years later, the padres were practically in undisturbed possession, administeri ...
... The California Missions Junepero Serra And His Coadjutors Indians And The Coming Of The Padres Indians Under The Padres Secularization Of The Missions San Diego De Alcala San Carlos Borbomeo ...
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A few days later he, with Padre Serra, and a number of soldiers and officers started up the coast, and, selecting a site known to the Indians, after ...
... determination to occupy the pass of Santa Barbara." This pass is 74 leagues (308 miles) from the Post of San Diego, and 70 from that ...
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In 1816—19 the padres at San Diego urged the Governor to give them permission to erect a chapel at Santa Isabel, some forty miles away, where two hun ...
... In 1811 authority was gained for the erection of a new chapel, but ...
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