Santa Clara de Asis

This is a set of resources for the Mission Santa Clara de Asis.

Santa Clara History

As soon as the San Francisco mission was well established, it was the intention of the padres to found another mission in pretty meadowland a few miles south of San Francisco Bay.
Source: ??? The Civic Group

The Eighth Mission
After a delay of several months, due to an uprising of the natives at Mission San Luis Obispo, the second mission ordered to hold the San Francisco Bay was founded in Santa Clara.
Source: ??? BGe Internet Services

California Mission Santa Clara

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

Mission Santa Clara de Asis

Mission Santa Clara was built in what Portola described as “the plain of Oaks” which today is known as the Santa Clara Valley. Shortly after the founding of the mission a pueblo began and the Spanish settlers called it El Pueblo de San Jos?.
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 eighth mission was founded on January 12, 1777, by Father Tom?s de la Pe?a. It was named for St. Clare of Assisi, founder of the order of nuns called the Poor Clares.
Source: ??? California Missions Foundation

Tour the Mission Santa Clara

Take a virtual tour of this Mission through some colorful photographs.
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