San Luis obispo de toloisa

By Toby Guzman

Mission History

San Luis Obispo was built in 1772 and is 5 out of 21. The Chumash Indians lived in the mission. Saint Louis found the mission. In 1872 the mission was in bad shape. In 1803 there were 239 people living in mission. 1789 fray Caraller died and was buried under the mission. 1845 the mission was sold. 1859 it was returned to the Catholic.

Daily life at the mission, the Chumash,priest,soldiers,and the craftsmen lived in the mission. Junipero Serra was in charge. The Chumash men did farming,ranching,leather making,iron working,tanning,carpentry,and construction. The women cooked the food and made baskets and soap. They grew wheat,fruit trees,and corn. The Chumash built the

The mission.

mission. There was a church called Adobe. Pictures/Illustration, Mission Today,The mission is still open.

Daily Life at the Missoin

The Chumash,Priest,Soldiers,and the craftsman lived in the mission. Junipers Serra was in charge. The Chumash men did farming,ranching,leather making,iron working,tanning,carpentry,and construction. The women cooked the food and made baskets and soap. They grew wheat,fruit trees,and corn. The Chumash built the mission.

Mission Today

San Luis Obispo de Tolosa has field trips,a church,a museum, and is still open.

Bibliography

www.californiamission.com, Mission San Luis Obispo by Allison Stark Draper copy right on California,CA 93406 782 street by Monterey