Presentation on theme: "San Juan Bautista My Mission Report Of: By: Juan C. Meza."— Presentation transcript:
1San Juan BautistaMy Mission Report Of:By: Juan C. Meza
2Table of Contents Mission Site Father Serra and Founder of Mission Mission Layout and Bell TowerWhen and where Mission was builtAgriculture and LivestockIndians Joining this MissionSignificant EventsPopulationCurrent Use of MissionWhat I Liked BestBibliographyBack to main menu
3When Mission was Built (Founded) The beautiful mission San Juan Bautista was built in June 24 , 1797.It was also the 15th mission.
4Mission SiteIt was located in a plaza in a town that developed around the mission some 90 miles southeast of San Francisco.It lies in the town/city of San Juan Bautista. ( I know, right?)
5Father Junipero Serra Fr. Junipero Serra was born on November 24, 1713.He died on August 28, 1784.He was buried at Mission Carmel at age 70.
7Founder of MissionThe founder of my mission is Fr. Pedro Estevan Tapis.He taught Indians how to play music.
8Agriculture and Livestock Total agricultural output between 1798 through 1832 was over 90,000 bushels of wheat, barley, corn, beans, and also peas.It also had flowers and cactus in the garden.
9Indians Joining this Mission The mission was founded near the village of the Mutsun tribe.The Mutsuns joined San Juan Bautista and Santa Cruz in the 18th,19th,and early 20th century.
10PopulationThe highest population of San Juan Bautista is 1,890 and was recorded in 2011.In 2010, it was recorded 1,862.
11Significant EventsSan Juan Bautista has suffered earthquakes such as those of 1800 and 1906.The mission earthquake shook the mission as much as 6 times a day.
12Current Use of the Mission It was used as a Spanish church.It was used as a museum.There is a gift shop there at my mission.
13What I Liked BestI liked how I got to learn many things about San Juan Bautista.I liked how the church was made because I went to San Juan Bautista myself.How amazing on how they made the missions.That the nickname for my mission is “ Mission of Music.”
14Bibliography Wikipidia, the free encyclopedia San Juan Bautista/ California Missions Resource CenterGoogleSan Juan Bautista mission