San Miguel Arcangel



These are links to specific information on the Mission San Miguel Arcangel.

San Miguel History

On July 25, 1797, Mission San Miguel Arcángel was founded in a fine valley near the juncture of the Salinas and Nacimiento Rivers. One of the reasons this spot was chosen was because it could be a stopping place halfway between the San Luis Obispo and San Antonio Missions.
Source:       The Civic Group

The Sixteenth Mission
The sixteenth mission founded by Father Lasuen in the summer of 1797 was quickly filled with the many friendly Native Americans in the area. Fifteen native children were baptized on the same day the mission was founded.
Source:       BGe Internet Services

Founded July 25, 1797

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

California Mission San Miguel

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

Mission San Miguel Arcangel

Mission San Miguel, between Missions San Luis Obispo and San Antonio de Padua, completed the northern half of the mission chain. Founded by Father Lasuen, it had sixteen arches to represent it as the sixteenth mission.
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

California Missions Foundation

The sixteenth mission was founded on July 25, 1797, by Father Lasuén. It was named for St. Michael the Archangel and was completed in 1818.
Source:       California Missions Foundation

Tour the Mission San Miguel

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




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