San Jose de Guadalupe




This is a set of links to resources for the Mission San Jose de Guadalupe.

Guadalupe History
The Franciscan missionaries had long hoped to establish a “chain” of missions in which each link of the chain would be a day’s ride apart on horseback. Find out where this mission fit into the plan.
Source:       The Civic Group

The Fourteenth Mission
Six years after the founding of the thirteenth mission in Soledad, Father Lasuen was granted permission to establish an additional five missions, which he did in just 13 months. Mission San Jose was the first of these.
Source:       BGe Internet Services

California Mission Internet Trail

Learn about the founding Father, get resources for your Mission report, learn about Native Californians, and explore then & now.
Source:       EUSD

Mission Guadalupe

Check out a couple pictures of this Mission and get a few facts while you’re here.
Source:       California Museum of Photography

Mission San Jose

Mission San José was founded June 11, 1797, by Father Fermin Francisco de Lasuen on a site which was part of a natural highway by way of the Livermore Valley to the San Joaquin Valley. It is the 14th of the 21 Spanish Missions in Alta California.
Source:       Juggernaut Technology

Almanac: California Missions

Get a data sheet for this Mission and view some of the oldest pictures available from this site.
Source:       Joel Gazis-Sax

Calfornia Missions Foundation

The fourteenth mission was founded on June 11, 1797, by Father Lasuén. It was named for Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church.

Source:       California Missions Foundation

Tour the San Jose Mission

Take a virtual tour of this Mission through some colorful photographs.
Source:       CaliforniaMissions.com