Santa Clara de Asís

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Altar of Rememberance

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Altar of Rememberance

Cattle Brand of Santa Clara

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Cattle Brand of Santa Clara

Arial Photograph of Santa Clara in 1940

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Arial Photograph of Santa Clara in 1940

Historic Drawings and Paintings

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Historic Drawings and Paintings
Historic Drawings and Paintings

Destruction of 1825 Santa Clara by Fire in 1926

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Destruction of 1825 Santa Clara by Fire in 1926

Historic Drawing of Santa Clara

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Historic Drawing of Santa Clara

Native Americans of Santa Clara de Asis

Indians in the language family which anthropologists call the Costanoan occupied the area from Monterey up to the San Francisco Bay area.

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Santa Clara de Asís

Eighth of the California Missions, founded January 12, 1777. The well landscaped grounds of this mission, nestled in the middle of a large university, are quite appealing. A portion of the original adobe walls have been preserved.