Mission San Francisco Solano Adrian Jacobo
Table of Contents Mission Site Father Serra and Founder of Mission Mission Layout and Bell Tower When and where Mission was built Agriculture and Livestock Indians Joining this Mission Significant Events Population Current Use of Mission What I Liked Best Bibliography Back to main menu
When Mission was Built (Founded) • My mission was built in July 4, 1823 in San Francisco.
Mission Site • My mission is located in San Francisco. It is near where Miwok and Pomo Indians lived.
Father Junipero Serra • Father Junipero Serra was born in Mallorca, Spain. He founded nine missions. He died at the age of 70. When he was 16 he entered a catholic church.
Founder of Mission • The founder of San Francisco Solano is Fray Jose Altimira. He had sailed from Spain to Alta California, which is now California.
Agriculture and Livestock • The Agriculture they had was 3,500 cattle, 14,000 bushels, and for livestock 900 horses.
Indians Joining this Mission Miwok and Pomo are two coast Indian tribes. Miwok lived on the peninsula across from San Francisco. The Pomo lived farther north.
Population The population is 996
Significant Events The Americans won alta California and now it is California so since the Americans called themselves Osos which means bears so that’s why there a bear on the flag of California.
Current Use of the Mission • The current use of this mission is for baptisms and marriages.
What I Liked Best I chose this mission because its in San Francisco where my favorite football team is and its in California.
How to write a bibliography • Webpages: • Name of Author. "Title of Web Page." Date you accessed this page. <URL>. • "The California Missions Trail." 2 Feb 2010. <http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=22722>. • Images (pictures): • “Title of Image.” Title of website. Date you accessed the picture. <URL>. • "Mission San Diego de Alcala." South Coast of California. 2 Feb 2010. <http://www.inn-california.com/southcoast/sandiegoC/missionsandiegodealcala/sandiegodealcala.html>. • Books: • Name of Author. Title of Book. Name of editor, translator or compiler. Location: Publisher, Year. page numbers. • Griffiths, Paul. A Concise History of Avant-Garde Music: From Debussyto Boulez. New York: Oxford UP, 1978. • Voelkel, James R. Johannes Kepler and the New Astronomy. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.