San Fernando Rey de España

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Cattle Brand of San Fernando Rey Mission

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Cattle Brand of San Fernando Rey Mission

Pictures of San Fernando Rey Convento

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Pictures of San Fernando Rey Convento
Pictures of San Fernando Rey Convento

Picture of San Fernando Rey Church Interior showing Ezcaray altar

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Picture of San Fernando Rey Church Interior showing Ezcaray altar

Picture of San Fernando Rey Extensive Grounds

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Picture of San Fernando Rey Extensive Grounds

Drawing of the Brother of Gov. Pio Pico Occupying San Fernando c. 1846

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Drawing of the Brother of Gov. Pio Pico Occupying San Fernando c. 1846

Historic Drawings of San Fernando Rey Mission

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Historic Drawings of San Fernando Rey Mission
Historic Drawings of San Fernando Rey Mission
Historic Drawings of San Fernando Rey Mission

Architectural Drawings

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Architectural Drawings

Layout of San Fernando Rey

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Layout of San Fernando Rey

Native Americans of San Fernando Rey

"The Indians who occupied most of present day Los Angeles County were, after the Chumash, the wealthiest, most populous, and most powerful ethnic nationality in aboriginal southern California." They s