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) January 12, 1777
4Mission SiteLocated on the southern end ofSsan Francisco bay in Santa Clara on a site originally chosen.
5Father Junipero SerraFr. Juniper Serra the founder of my mission.
6Founder of MissionFrs. Jose Margie and Tomas de la Pena Caravels
8Agriculture and Livestock In 1851 authority for Santa Clara harvested Approvingly 11,8000 bushels of grain and product between 1782 and 1832 the mission the second largest livestock herd among the northern missions a total of 20,320 animals in 1832 (10,000 cattle 9,500 sheep 55 swine 730 horse and 35 mules.
9Indians Joining this Mission Were called the o lone Indians.
10PopulationThe mission was founded in the land the highest mission population was 1514 in 1795.
11Significant EventsIn 1851: authority for Santa Clara was transfer to the Jesuits and the old mission became the nucleus of Santa Clara university.
12Current Use of the Mission An active catholic church of the roman catholic diocese san Jose that is the spiritual center of a modem Jesuit university.
13What I Liked BestWhat I like about this report is that I learned when the mission was built all of the information makes you learn about Santa Clara de asis.
14How to write a bibliography Webpages:Name of Author. "Title of Web Page." Date you accessed this page. <URL>. "The California Missions Trail." 2 Feb <http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=22722>.Images (pictures):“Title of Image.” Title of website. Date you accessed the picture. <URL>."Mission San Diego de Alcala." South Coast of California. 2 Feb <http://www.inn-california.com/southcoast/sandiegoC/missionsandiegodealcala/sandiegodealcala.html>.Books:Name of Author. Title of Book. Name of editor, translator or compiler. Location: Publisher, Year. page numbers. Griffiths, Paul. A Concise History of Avant-Garde Music: From Debussy to Boulez. New York: Oxford UP, 1978. Voelkel, James R. Johannes Kepler and the New Astronomy. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.