Originally published: San Francisco : W. Doxey, 1897.
|Statement||by Laura Bride Powers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 106 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||106|
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Franciscan priests established 21 missions between and in Alta California, accompanied by military goal was to spread Christianity among the local Native Americans.. To facilitate overland travel, the mission settlements were situated approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) apart, about one day's journey on horseback, or three days on foot. The 21 missions the Spanish founded in California were an important part of the region's history. The California Missions books examine the history of each mission, including the original settling of the mission, interactions with local natives, problems each site faced, and the eventual secularization and modernization of the mission. California's 21 Missions are a fraction of over missions that were built in North America. See Return of the Swallows Event. When you take a drive along I in California today, the popular coastal highway follows El Camino Real (The King's Road) created as a travel route by Spaniards who built 21 missions. Mission San Antonio De Padua (The Missions of California) by Kim Serafin: Mission San Buenaventura (California Missions (Rosen Publishing Group).) by Amy Margaret: Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmelo by Kathleen J. Edgar: Mission San Diego De Alcala (The Missions of California) by Kathleen J. Edgar.