San fernando mission

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Carmel Mission project... California history

Carmel Mission project... California history

Mission San Fernando Rey De Espana | Courtesy of Kurt Preissler, Flickr

Mission San Fernando Rey De Espana

Mission San Fernando Rey de España is a Spanish mission in the Mission Hills district of Los Angeles, California. The mission was founded on September 8, 1797 and was the seventeenth of the Spanish missions established in present-day California. Today this mission is the Archival Center for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

Fountain at Mission San Fernando

Quick Guide to Mission San Fernando

Learn about Mission San Fernando, including what you need to know to visit, and resources for California fourth grade history projects.

My daughter's sch. Project. San Fernando mission

My daughter's sch. Project. San Fernando mission

Mission San Fernando Rey de España, founded by Father La Suen on September 8, 1797, closed the gap between San Buenaventura on the coast and San Gabriel in the interior. Description from californiamissionsfoundation.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Mission of San Fernando Rey de España (today)

California public-school students always study the California Missions in the 4th grade. Usually they aren’t terribly in-depth in their studies, more like Ramona than like the realitie…

San Fernando Mission Map

Mission San Fernando Map - MissionTour

When you enter the Gift Shop after parking and pay a nominal fee for entry to the mission proper you will be given a map that looks just like this...

Learn about Mission San Fernando, including what you need to know to visit, and resources for California fourth grade history projects.

Quick Guide to Mission San Fernando

Learn about Mission San Fernando, including what you need to know to visit, and resources for California fourth grade history projects.

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Mission San Fernando Rey de España in Los Angeles County

As far as California Missions go, Mission San Fernando Rey de España is a great one to visit. It was the 17th mission founded of the 21 Spanish Caliornia Missions, and it has a lot