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San Francisco de Asis. Gabriel Alberty. Mission System. Mission Life. The purpose of the missions… Were for religious purposes. They wanted the California Indians to follow the Catholic religion. Many of the California Indians worked. Men farmed and cared for the animals.
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Mission Life The purpose of the missions… • Were for religious purposes. • They wanted the California Indians to follow the Catholic religion. Many of the California Indians worked. • Men farmed and cared for the animals. • Woman made soap, candles, cooked, sewed and gardened.
Problems at the Missions • California Indians couldn't leave the missions. • They had to follow Catholicism, the religion of the Catholic Church. • Many died form diseases, like measles and smallpox Europeans brought. • California Indians destroyed San Diego in 1775 • California Indians never joined a mission after that.
San Francisco de Asis • San Francisco de Asis was built June 29,1776. • San Francisco de Asis was the sixth mission built. • The Mission is located near San Francisco Bay. • The mission is 550 miles from San Diego. • Francisco Palou was the founder of this mission • They made the mission a center for Hide-and-Tallow trade. This is a map of all the Missions in California,