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San Francisco Solano

Page history last edited by wikiuser0021 11 years, 3 months ago

Where is the mission located?

The Mission is located in the northern of San Francisco.

 

 

 

What group of Indians was living in the area?

The group of Indians that lived in that area were the Pomo. 

 

 

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

The mission was established on July 4,1823. The order of this mission chain is 21. 

 

 

Who was responsible for starting this mission?

The person who was responsible for this mission was Father Jose Altimira.

 

Has the mission moved from its original location?

No,but in 1827 the mission was torn down but they built it again in the same place. 

 

 

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

following: 

  • Chapel - The chapel was next to the workshops and behind the first cemetery.
  • Bell wall or bell tower - The mission had a bell hung from a wooden frame in front of the church.
  • Quadrangle- The quadrangle is in the middle of the mission.
  • Priests’ quarters - The mission has a padres quarters in between the two churches.
  • Indians’ quarters - The indians didn't live in the mission burt they lived near by the mission.
  • Archways - The mission doesn't have an archway.
  • Fields, grounds, gardens - the mission has vineyards in front of the storerooms.
  • Outbuilding - The mission had an outbuilding it was the lavanderia.

What materials were used to construct the mission?

 The mission was made out of adobe bricks.

What was the main industry of the mission during the spanish occupation? 

The main industry of the mission during the spanish occupation was orchards, vineyards,grain fields, and livestock grazing lands.

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

Today the mission is a historic park.

What was the relationship between the Priests and the Indians?

The relationship between the Priests and the Indians was the Indians were trouble makers. They tried to burn down buildings so the priest went away.  

Is it possible to visit the mission today?

yes, It is possible.

Find an image of the floor plan of your mission and include it here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (16)

wikiuser0009 said

at 10:33 am on Jun 10, 2009

Great job!
:);)

wikiuser0012 said

at 10:33 am on Jun 10, 2009

Tweak your grammar a little, but fantastic report.

wikiuser0011 said

at 10:34 am on Jun 10, 2009

Also sorry the way i made your picture look!
Aidan

wikiuser0015 said

at 10:34 am on Jun 10, 2009

BURT!!! :) :D

Great job!!!

-Jacyn

wikiuser0017 said

at 10:34 am on Jun 10, 2009

i think u have good info but u couldve used more color

wikiuser0001 said

at 10:35 am on Jun 10, 2009

mice visual!

wikiuser0011 said

at 10:35 am on Jun 10, 2009

you NEED to speak up, but it was one of the best i've seen!!!!!
Aidan

wikiuser0004 said

at 10:35 am on Jun 10, 2009

Go Ana! Nice job! =)

wikiuser0013 said

at 10:35 am on Jun 10, 2009

like your job

wikiuser0005 said

at 10:36 am on Jun 10, 2009

I like all the detail and the picture of the floor plan is great. Your visual is AMAZINGLY beautiful!!!

wikiuser0009 said

at 10:36 am on Jun 10, 2009

I really like the visual.
:);)

wikiuser0006 said

at 10:36 am on Jun 10, 2009

Thats the best drawing so far

wikiuser0010 said

at 10:36 am on Jun 10, 2009

That had great information. Your drawing is very good and deatailed.
-Audrey

wikiuser0007 said

at 10:36 am on Jun 10, 2009

Cool poster it has a lot of colors

wikiuser0005 said

at 10:36 am on Jun 10, 2009

Your visual is AMAZING!!!
~Regan =)

wikiuser0014 said

at 10:37 am on Jun 10, 2009

Your visual was outstanding because of the detail.

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