San Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo

Julianna Young

Mission History

Mission San Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo was built in June 3,1770. My mission was 2nd of the 21 missions. The Rumens, the Esselens, and the Costanoans Indians were some of the Indians that were in my mission. The founder of this mission was Father Junipero Serra. This mission is located 120 miles away from San Francisco.

Daily Life At Mission

The Indians that lived there were the Rumsen, Esslen, and Costanoans. Father Junipero Serra was in charge of Mission San Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo. The women perperd the food, and gathered the food as well. The Indians did all the cleaning in the mission. The men did the farming and hunting. There were jobs like cleaning, preparing food, gathering food, farming, and hunting.

Mission Today

Today mission San Carlos Borromeo Del Rio Carmelo is still open. Some schools have taken field trips to the misson. This misson is still a church today. Misson San Carlos Is not a museum.

Bibliography

www.CaliforinaMission.com


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