San Francisco de Solano

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Picture of San Francisco de Solano Church Altar

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Picture of San Francisco de Solano Church Altar

Picture of San Francisco de Solano Church

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Picture of San Francisco de Solano Church

Historic Drawings of San Francisco de Solano

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Historic Drawings of San Francisco de Solano
Historic Drawings of San Francisco de Solano
Historic Drawings of San Francisco de Solano
Historic Drawings of San Francisco de Solano

Layout of Mission Sonoma

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Layout of Mission Sonoma

Picture of Bear Flag Monument at San Francisco de Solano Mission

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Picture of Bear Flag Monument at San Francisco de Solano Mission

Cattle Brand of Mission Sonoma

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Cattle Brand of Mission Sonoma

Native Americans of San Francisco Solano

California's last mission reached far into the native lands along the California coastline, and the territory north and east of Sonoma, to recruit and take ative americans into Mission San Francisco S

Address:
114 East Spain Street
(East Spain and 1st Street)
Sonoma, CA 95476

Phone:
Mission Sonoma: 707-938-9560
Soldiers Barracks / Museum: 707-939-9420
Sonoma State Historic Park: 707-936-1519 or Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park: 707-762-4871. For School Tours: (707) 938-1519


San Francisco Solano

TheTwenty-first and last of the California Missions, founded July 4, 1823. The wing that was the padre's quarters is now a museum. What was the dining room in this section of the mission now displays mission paintings done by Chris Jorgensen between 1903-1905. The Mexican-era soldiers barracks (just across from the mission) has been restored and now contain a small museum and a gift shop.