California Missions By Mrs. Nolan
There are 21 missions in California http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/anthony/fmission.html
Quadrangle Courtyard in the center Physical Description of Missions www.mymission.org/ images/sangabr.gif www.mymission.org/ images/sangabr.gif www.mymission.org/ images/sangabr.gif www.mymission.org/ images/sangabr.gif www. www.m www.mymis ://www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/anthony/fmission.html
Father Juniper Sera • Father Sera was the innovator and founder of most of the missions. h wwu.edu/~stephan/anthony/fmission.html
Economy of the Missions • Most of the missions were self-sufficient. • They produced many crops like citrus and vegetables. • Vineyards produced many wines. • Animals were raised. • Leather was cured and tanned • Lace and other clothing was made.
Indians Tribes • www.pub.com/ Many tribes lived and worked in the missions. They include;Chumash, York's,Yokes, Miwok, Maidu,Mojave and others.
Comprehension Questions • How many missions were in California? • Give the physical descriptions of the missions. • Who was the person/persons most noted for the founding of the mission. • Tell us about the economy of the missions.. • Name two of the Indian Tribes that lived and worked at the missions.
References Cited • 1. Harcourt Brace/Social Studies Text Spanish California Chapter Three • 2.Google Search: California Indians • 3.http://missions.bgmm.com http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/anthony/fmission.html