California Missions (First Books--Western U.S. History)
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|Number of Pages||:||64 Pages|
This attractive title, with its numerous black-and-white and full-color photos and reproductions, offers a good introduction to the topic. She briefly mentions the fact that while some people considered this way of life beneficial to the Indians, others thought it to be a form of slavery. Students seeking detailed information on particular missions for reports will need to turn elsewhere; they will find the list for further reading and addresses useful.Carolyn Angus, The Claremont Graduate School, CACopyright 1995 Cahners Business Information, Inc. From School Library Journal Gr 4-6--Following a succinct introduct
Granyem said History. I purchased this book for a friend who is teaching History Granyem I purchased this book for a friend who is teaching 4th grade.She is using it for a resource for teaching history.. th grade.She is using it for a resource for teaching history.. Very Interesting - Easy Reading K. Archard I enjoyed reading about the founding of the CA Missions. It is easy to read & understand. Great for all ages.
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Describes Spain's efforts during the sixteenth century to colonize and spread Christianity, resulting in the founding of twenty-two missions which still stand today between San Diego and San Francisco