This set of resources is for the Mission Santa Ines.
Santa Ines History
Located in rolling hills, which provide one of the loveliest settings of any mission, Santa In?s has been called the “Hidden Gem of the Missions” and was founded in 1804.
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The Nineteenth Mission
The last mission founded in Southern California, Mission Santa Ines completed the mission chain that stretches 650 miles between San Diego and Sonoma. Located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, with miles of fertile land, this mission quickly flourished.
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Mission Santa Ines
Learn about the founding Father, get resources for your Mission report, learn about Native Californians, explore then & now, and get art.
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When Father Lasuen died, Father Tapis became the president of the California Missions. He founded Mission Santa Ines, near the Nojoqui Falls. At this mission, the Indians learned to make saddles and silver crafts.
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Mission of California
The eighteenth mission was founded on September 17, 1804, by Father Lasu?n. It was named for Louis IX, King of France (1215-70), who was canonized in 1290 for his crusades to Egypt and the Holy Land.
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