San Rafael Arcangel
This is a set of resources for the Mission San Rafael Arcangel.
San Rafael History
For many years, Mission San Rafael was all but forgotten. San Raphael’s Church, preserving at least the name of the mission in English, stood on the approximate site. Read more here.
Source: ? ? ? The Civic Group
The Twentieth Mission
This site was originally dedicated as an asistencia (sub-mission) of Mission Dolores. San Rafael was to serve as a convalescent hospital for the many sick neophytes (Christianized Native Americans) there.
Source: ? ? ? BGe Internet Services
The Mission Chain
Learn about the founding Father, get resources for your Mission report, learn about Native Californians, explore then & now, and get art.
Source: ? ? ? EUSD
Mission San Rafael Arcangel
Mission Santa Ines completed an unbroken line of missions, from San Diego to San Francisco, that were only a day’s journey apart. Mission San Rafael was built to care for sick Indians from Mission San Francisco.
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
Mission of California
The twentieth mission was founded on December 14, 1817, by Father Vicente de Sarr?a as a hospital asistencia for Mission San Francisco de As?s, but it was given full mission status 1823.
Source: ? ? ? California Missions Foundation