Misson San Francisco de Asis

By Priscilla Rivera

Mission History

Mission San Francisco de Asis was buit in June 29, 1716. Mission San Francisco de Asis was the 6th mission of 21. The Indian tribe that built San Francisco De Asis where the Ohlone Indians. The founders of Mission San Francisco De Asis where Caption Rivera, Fray Palo'u and Fray Serra. One important date was on October 9,1779 was the official dedication of the mission. Mission San Franisco De Asis had an earthquake on 1906. The first bell was cast in Mexico. Mission San Francisco De Asis is loctated on San Fransico Bay.

Daily Life at Misson

The people that lived there were some Ohlone Indians, the preast, and Father Palou. Father Francisco Palo'u was in charge. The Ohlone indians had to clean,make the soap to bath,& they also worked in workshops. Ohlone indians had to make the soap for people to shower. Men had to hunt so the indians could eat. Mission San Francisco De Asis did not grow crops. Mission San Francisco De Asis had no space and no good soil. Mission San Francisco De Asis did not have a school. The people did have free time they made pottery and they made blankets. Mission San Francisco De Asis had a Garden, cemetery, workshop, a church, pardes' quartes and a Cattle brand.

Mission Today

Mission San Francisco De Asis is now a museum. Mission San Francisco Asis has a gift shop. The church is no longer open. The people thought Mission San Francisco De Asis was not really strong for people to in. Mission San Francisco De Asis is also called Mission Dolores.

Bibliography

www.Californiamission.com, Mission San Francisco de Asis,Kathleen J. Edgar, Copyright 2000, and 1998 1992 Toucan Valley Publications, Inc.