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The History of San Gabriel Mission
In the late 1700s, the San Gabriel Mission was the heart of agricultural development in the Los Angeles area. At one time, the mission was called "the queen of missions" because of its prosperity.... More »
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The Mission San Gabriel Arcángel is a fully functioning Roman Catholic mission and a historic landmark in San Gabriel, California. The settlement was founded ...

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San Gabriel Mission 428 S. Mission Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776 Phone: (626) 457-3035 Fax: (626) 282-5308.

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The founding of the Mission San Gabriel Archangel dates from the decision of Padre Serra to find an establishment midway between San Diego and San Carlos ...

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San Gabriel Arcángel The Fourth of the California Missions. Founded: September 8, 1771. Special Designation: Pride of the Missions. Named For: Gabriel, Holy ...

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MISSION SAN GABRIEL ARCANGEL. 537 West Mission Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776. Established: September 8, 1771. By: Father Pedro Cambón and Father ...

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In 1771, Franciscan Fathers under the leadership of Father Junipero Serra founded the Mission San Gabriel Archangel, forming the foundation for the diverse ...

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Apr 26, 2015 ... Mission San Gabriel Arcángel was founded 8 September 1771 (4th in order) by Blessed Junípero Serra. The mission is named for Archangel ...

www.californias-missions.org/individual/mission_san_gabriel.htm

Aug 18, 2006 ... Mission San Gabriel was founded on September 8, 1771 by Fathers Angel Fernandez de Somera and Pedro Benito Cambon. Father Junipero ...

californiamissionsfoundation.org/mission-san-gabriel

Mission San Gabriel was founded fourth in the chain on September 8, 1771, by Father Serra, near what would become the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles.