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This is the La Purisima Concepcion Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. The eleventh in the mission chain, Mission La Purisima Concepcion (The Immaculate Conception of Mary the Most Pure) was founded on December 8, 1787. During its early years several thousand Chumash Indians were baptized into the Catholic Church. La Purisima prospered. On December 21, 1812, a massive earthquake struck that completely destroyed the mission. It was rebuilt a few miles to the northwest and quickly grew again into a thriving community. Mission life ended in 1834 with the order to secularize California's missions. The buildings of La Purisima fell into disrepair fro
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This is the San Francisco Solano Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Founded on July 4, 1823, San Francisco Solano was the last of the 21 missions to be built. It was also the only one founded without prior approval of the Church, as Father Jose Altimira and Governor Arguello conspired to halt an expanding Russian presence. In 1826, Father Altimira's harsh treatment of the Native Americans led to the mission being attacked and burned. He was forced to flee. A kinder replacement, Father Fortuni, rebuilt the mission and by 1830 nearly 1000 Indians were in residence. San Francisco Solana gained more significance in California history when it became
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This is the San Rafael Arcangel Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Initially established in 1817 as a sub-mission of San Francisco de Asis, San Rafael Arcangel served as a hospital for new converts suffering from disease and depression. It proved so successful that on October 12, 1822, it rose to full mission status and became 20th in the chain. By 1828 its population had grown to over 1000, with the converts becoming skilled boat builders, blacksmiths, carpenters, weavers and farmers. After secularization the buildings were abandoned. The mission was used by John Fremont during the Mexican War in 1846. In 1949 Monsignor Thomas Kennedy rebuilt
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This is the Do It Yourself Mission Kit #4 Missions of California Educational Project. New $14.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Features: * Assembly can be completed in 4-5 hours.:. * Cardboard sheets included.:. * Patterns for the missions included.:. * Build on of these 3 kits - San Gabriel Arcange - San Francisco de Asi - San Buenaventura.:. * Easy to follow instructions.:.
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This is the Nuestra Senora de la Soledad Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Its solitary location in the Salinas River Valley led padres to name this 13th mission Nuestra Senora de la Soledad (Our Lady of Solitude). Founded on October 9, 1791, its purpose was to facilitate travel between Mission San Carlos de Borromeo de Carmelo and Mission San Antonio de Padua. Floodwaters destroyed Nuestra Senora de la Soledad three times. Cold winters and grueling summers took their toll on the 30 priests who served there over its 44 years in operation. Like most other missions, it then lapsed into disrepair and ruin. Restoration was begun in the 1950s by a
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This is the San Gabriel Arcangel Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Mission San Gabriel Arcangel was founded September 8, 1771, by Father Junipero Serra. Fourth in the mission chain, it offers a unique, fortress-like design. The mission thrived, with large herds of cattle providing the means for tallow-rendering, soap-making and tanning hides. The native Gabrielino Indians were skilled wine makers, producing as much as 50,000 gallons annually. In 1811, San Gabriel reaped one of the largest wheat crops ever recorded by the mission chain. Care continued to a smaller degree after secularization. Some Native Americans remained and a priest visited
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This is the Santa Barbara Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Santa Barbara was founded as the 10th mission on December 4, 1786, by Father Fermin de Lasuen. Best known for unique architecture, it featured twin bell towers and an ornate Roman temple faade built by the Chumash Indians. By 1807 nearly 1700 converts lived at the mission. The padres taught them to build an elaborate water system so extraordinary that parts are still used by the city of Santa Barbara. The first church was completed in 1789. A second, built five years later, was destroyed by an earthquake in 1812. A third was constructed which is the church recognized today. Despite se
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This is the San Antonio de Padua Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Third in the mission chain, San Antonio de Padua was founded by Father Junipero Serra on July 14, 1771. By 1805 more than 1200 Native Americans resided there. The water, soil and climate proved ideal for growing wheat and pasturing cattle and horses. Father Buenaventura Sitjar, who served at San Antonio de Padua for 37 years, developed a series of dams and aqueducts for irrigation. The remnants of this early water system, along with a gristmill, are still there. Due to its remote location, San Antonio de Padua was badly plundered after secularization in 1834. The formidable tas
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This is the San Jose Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Founded by Father Fermin de Lasuen on June 11, 1797, San Jose was 14th in the mission chain. It eventually recorded more converts than any other mission, with over 6000 baptisms of local Ohlone Indians. Fertile land allowed the mission to excel at fruit and olive production. By 1831 over 38,000 head of livestock roamed mission lands. Assigned to San Jose in 1806, Father Narciso Duran brought more acclaim by creating a 30-piece orchestra, complete with striking uniforms. When an 1868 earthquake destroyed the mission, a small wooden church was built and used for over 100 years. In 1985 a nea
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This is the Santa Clara de Asis Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Founded by Father Thomas de la Pena on January 12, 1777, Mission Santa Clara de Asis was the 8th California mission to be established. It harvested an abundance of fruits and grain in the fertile Santa Clara Valley, and many head of livestock roamed its lands. Drawn by the abundant crops, the Indian population of 2228 was the largest of any mission. After secularization in 1836 Santa Clara de Asis continued to operate as a parish church. In 1851 the property was transferred to the Jesuits, who founded Santa Clara University. Today Santa Clara is a mix of new and restored buildin
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This is the San Buenaventura Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Father Junipero Serra christened his final mission on Easter Sunday, March 31, 1782. The 9th mission, San Buenaventura featured an unusual triangular design and was the only mission to use wooden bells. By 1816, the compound housed 1328 Chumash Indians. A 7-mile aqueduct provided irrigation that made San Buenaventura famous for its agriculture. The original church, destroyed by fire in 1794, was replaced by a stone building that suffered earthquake damage 18 years later. Victorian remodeling in 1893 left almost nothing of the old church, but it was restored by Father Aubrey O'Reill
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This is the San Juan Bautista Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. The 15th mission, San Juan Bautista was founded on June 24, 1797. It includes the largest mission church - and the only one with three aisles. The area's Native Americans were friendly. Mission population soon grew to over 1,000. Father Estevan Tapis created a male choir, enjoyed by the local population and visitors. Father Felipe del Arroyo could preach in seven Native American dialects and created the first dictionary-like document of their languages. Mission San Juan Bautista has served mass daily since 1797. Much of the original interior, painted by a Boston sailor named Thoma
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This is the Santa Cruz Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Santa Cruz became the 12th mission when founded on August 28, 1791, by Father Fermin de Lasuen. Despite its promising location, the mission was destined not to reach its potential. The nearby Branciforte pueblo was a community of ex-convicts and thieves. Its influence on straying Santa Cruz neophytes led frustrated padres to evacuate the mission in 1818. It was looted and damaged, and by 1831 only 300 Indians remained. A series of earthquakes in 1857 destroyed the mission. In 1889 a Gothic-style church named Holy Cross was built on the site. Nothing remains of the original mission except
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This is the San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Founded second in the mission chain on June 3, 1770, San Carlos Borromeo is considered by many to be the most beautiful of all the California missions. It is here that Father Junipero Serra made his headquarters, and where he was laid to rest along with Father Crespi and Father Lasuen. In 1797 a large stone church was built around the original adobe one, using sandstone from the Santa Lucia Mountains. Its individuality is illustrated by a Moorish dome, geometric star-designed window and ornate false front. Following secularization, the great stone church was abandoned
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This is the San Juan Capistrano Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. The seventh mission, San Juan Capistrano was founded on November 1, 1776, by Father Junipero Serra. Famous for beautiful gardens, it's the spring home for thousands of swallows that annually migrate from their winter homes in Central America. A small chapel completed in the first year is now the oldest California building still in use - and the only church still standing where Father Serra is known to have said Mass. A large stone church completed in 1806 was destroyed in the 1812 earthquake and never rebuilt. After secularization, the mission lay near ruin. Father John O'Sulliv
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This is the Santa Ines Missions of California Educational Project. New $21.99. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Founded by Father Estevan Tapis on September 17, 1804, Santa Ines became the 19th mission and quickly flourished - surrounded by miles of fertile land in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley. It was also a lonely place with few visitors. Travelers were so rare that when one was spotted, bells were rung and everyone at the mission came to greet them. The original chapel was destroyed in the earthquake of 1812 and the present brick and adobe building was completed in 1817. Although the Chumash Indians learned their trades well, in 1824 they revolted against their harsh treatment from soldiers a
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