California Missions Resource Store
|The California Missions - A Complete Set of Laminated Pages with Vital Information on all 21 Missions||
Features two back-to-back pages on each of the 21 missions, printed on heavy stock and laminated, richly illustrated.
Also includes an exhibit showing, for each mission, the total baptisms, marriages and deaths, and the population by decade from 1790 to 1832.
Ideal for teaching and reference use.
Packaged with a handsome dust cover to protect and store the key fact sheets.
|The California Missions' Timeline||
Alta California 1768 to 1853
A definitive timeline showing the key dates and major events in the early years of California. Cover Meticulously researched by mission scholars.
This engaging timeline begins in 1768, when the Spanish began planning a five-part expedition to settle what they called Alta California and extends through 1853 when Archbishop J. S. Alemany filed a petition for the return of all former mission land, a process that would take decades to resolve.
6.5" x 7.25" unfolding panels highlight the important dates, significant events and intriguing facts in each of nine major eras, beginning with the Founding Era 1768-1770. Sample
A special panel details the fate of each mission after secularization.
The California Missions' Timeline contains eleven original mission event drawings by A.B. Dodge and Alexander Harmer, colorized for this product.
|The Illustrated Time Line of Junípero Serra's Life||
This quality time line highlights key points extending from Fr. Serra's Birth through his Death and Subsequent Recognition and Beatification.
This generously illustrated publication (40 images) provides all of the important facts, key dates and events in the life of the Blessed Serra. It reflects the input and research of several mission scholars.