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San Antonio de Padua

Page history last edited by wikiuser0003 11 years, 1 month ago

1. Where is the mission located?

The mission is located 60 miles SE of Monterey in a valley of the Santa Lucia Mountains.  

 

 

2. What group of Indians was living in the area?

The Salinan Indians was the tribe that was living in the area.

 

 

 3. When was the mission established? What order in the mission chain is it?

It was established in July 14, 1771.

It is third of the twenty-one missions built. 

 

 

4. Who was responsible for starting this mission?

Father Junipero Serra was responsible for this mission.

 

 

5. Has the mission moved from its original location?

In 1773 the mission moved less than three miles to present site on San Miguel Creek. 

 

  

6. What does the mission look like? Use descriptive words. Address each of the

following:

  • Chapel-It was a small room. Almost like an add on to the church.
  • Bell wall or bell tower-Pentagon shape wall with bells on the top three vertices with a cross in the middle.
  • Quadrangle-The quadrangle is a square with a circle shaped planter.
  • Priests’ quarters-A long rectangle perpendicular to the church.
  • Indians’ quarters-There was none.
  • Archways-There are archways all around the perimeter of the church.
  • Fields, grounds, gardens-There is a garden in the quadrangle and orchards on the other side of the mission.
  • Outbuildings-The outhouses were the laundry room, the cemetery, and the soldiers quarters.

 

 

7. What materials were used to construct the mission?

The materials that were used to construct the mission were adobe bricks.  

 

  

8. What was the main industry of the mission during the Spanish occupation

There was no main industry in the mission during the Spanish occupation

 

    

9. What, if any, is the main industry of the mission today?

There is no main industry of the mission today. 

 

    

10. What was the relationship between the Priests and the Indians?

The relationship between the priests and the indians was very nice. They traded and shared their things. 

 

    

11. Is it possible to visit the mission today?

Yes it is possible to visit the mission today. 

 

   

12. Find an image of the floor plan of your mission and include it here:   This is the mission floor plan today.

 

This is the mission floor plan in 1820.  

Comments (20)

wikiuser0007 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

do you have to do green
pedro#1

wikiuser0006 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

those are BIG pictures. great job

wikiuser0004 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

Nice work Antonio =)
- Angie

wikiuser0001 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

It would be better if you had some more details.

wikiuser0013 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

good idea with 2 FLOOR PLANS

wikiuser0012 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

WOW! Cool mission. I like the idea of 2 floorplans.

wikiuser0017 said

at 11:48 am on Jun 8, 2009

good job the pictures are cool :D nick




wikiuser0005 said

at 11:49 am on Jun 8, 2009

I like how you have a before and after floor plan!

wikiuser0002 said

at 11:49 am on Jun 8, 2009

I like how you included two floor plans, of the different times.

wikiuser0008 said

at 11:49 am on Jun 8, 2009

cool!!!!!!!!!!!

wikiuser0019 said

at 11:49 am on Jun 8, 2009

Like the colors Antonio, but sometimes you said things that aren't on the wiki and there was an industry during the spanish occupation!!! gl Santa Ines

wikiuser0011 said

at 11:50 am on Jun 8, 2009

I like it but the bottom picture says that it is the mission today when you said it was the mission in 1820.
Nice work.
Aidan

wikiuser0010 said

at 11:50 am on Jun 8, 2009

Next time take your time on your drawing, other nice details.
-Audrey

tkeating said

at 11:50 am on Jun 8, 2009

I LIKED THE RED

wikiuser0001 said

at 11:50 am on Jun 8, 2009

It looked like you kinda sloped through this. No offence but other wise it was great!

wikiuser0019 said

at 11:51 am on Jun 8, 2009

The spanish occupation industry was a church, farmland, and it taught the christian religion to the Indians.

wikiuser0006 said

at 11:51 am on Jun 8, 2009

next time you might want to spend more time on your visual.

wikiuser0021 said

at 11:52 am on Jun 8, 2009

Good. Great picture.

wikiuser0015 said

at 11:52 am on Jun 8, 2009

The answers were short but what you said was interesting and complete.

-Jacyn

wikiuser0019 said

at 11:52 am on Jun 8, 2009

waiting for a reply....

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