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Mission Inn. Curriculum Philosophers. Curriculum Philosophers. Architecture. Curriculum Philosophers. Influences. Curriculum Approaches. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. Mission Inn: Architectural Influences. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500.

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Mission Inn

Curriculum

Philosophers

Curriculum

Philosophers

Architecture

Curriculum

Philosophers

Influences

Curriculum

Approaches

100

100

100

200

200

200

300

300

300

Mission Inn:

Architectural Influences

400

400

400

500

500

500


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What was the name of the man who founded the Mission Inn in 1903?

Frank Miller

Arthur Benton

Myron Hunt

G. Stanley Wilson


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A 1903?

Frank Miller


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What is the name of the circular staircase in the Mission Inn?

Spiral staircase

Round staircase

Rotunda International

Atrio International


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C Inn?

Rotunda International


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Which of the following is not characteristic of California Mission style architecture, as evidenced in the Mission Inn?

Arches

Fountains

Symmetry

Pillars


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C Mission style architecture, as evidenced in the Mission Inn?

Symmetry


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Who was not an architect credited with helping to build the Mission Inn?

G. Stanley Wilson

Myron Hunt

Arthur Benton

Frank Lloyd Wright


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D Mission Inn?

Frank Lloyd Wright


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What is meant by a rendering? Mission Inn?

A request for money owed

A drawing in perspective of a proposed structure

A study made in the planning of a structure

A circular staircase


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B Mission Inn?

A drawing in perspective of a proposed structure


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Which saint is honored with an atrio in the Mission Inn? Mission Inn?

St. Patrick

St. George

St. Teresa

St. Francis


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D Mission Inn?

St. Francis


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What cultural influences are evident in the Mission Inn? Mission Inn?

Spanish, Islamic, Asian, Arts and Crafts

Spanish, Tropical, Asian, Arts and Crafts

Spanish, French, German, Arts and Crafts

Islamic, Danish, Asian, Arts and Crafts


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A Mission Inn?

Spanish, Islamic, Asian, Arts and Crafts


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What is the name of the tower built on Mt. Rubidoux? Mission Inn?

Friendship Tower

Peace Tower

Welcome Tower

Riverside Tower


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B Mission Inn?

Peace Tower


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What cultures were referred to as the basis of California Mission architecture?

Mexican and South American

American and Canadian

Spanish and Roman

d. German and French


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C Mission architecture?

Spanish and Roman


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Who helped build and work on the California Missions? Mission architecture?

Californians

Spanish soldiers

Padres

Native Californians


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D Mission architecture?

A Native Californians


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What is the definition of a landmark? Mission architecture?

A prominent identifying feature of a landscape

A mark used by an architect to begin the first section of a building

The rows of crops made by farmers during planting

The boundary lines of a map


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A Mission architecture?

A prominent identifying feature of a landscape


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Specific Sites were chosen for the California Missions because of closeness to…

Shopping areas for supplies

Forts for protection from Native Californians

Plenty of water, wood for fires, and fields for grazing herds and raising crops

Government office buildings so padres could pay their taxes


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C because of closeness to…

Plenty of water, wood for fires, and fields for grazing herds, and raising crops


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What is a primary source? because of closeness to…

a firsthand or eyewitness account of an event

when there is only one source available

the first mention of an event

information from an encyclopedia


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A because of closeness to…

A firsthand or eyewitness account of an event


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How many California Missions are there? because of closeness to…

32

21

11

18


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B because of closeness to…

21


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California Mission architecture was not only influenced by the Spanish, but also by the… A. Dutch B. English C. French D. Romans


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D the Spanish, but also by the…

Romans


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