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Tania Espinosa

Tania Espinosa

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Author: TANIA ESPINOSA
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Students will be able to describe the daily lives of people, native and nonnative, who occupied the missions.

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CALIFORNIA MISSIONS By: Tania Espinosa

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DESCRIBE THE DAILY LIVES OF PEOPLE, NATIVE AND NONNATIVE, WHO OCCUPIED THE PRESIDIOS, MISSIONS, RANCHOS , AND PUEBLOS.

Source: “History Content Standards for California Public Schools." California Department of Education. N.p.15 Mar. 2015. Web. 21 Mar. 2015. http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/histsocscistnd.pdf

VOCABULARY

  • mission- a settlement set up a religious group to teach their religion and other ways of life to native people
  • native-a person born in a particular place or country
  • priest-a person who performs religious rites
  • religion-a belief in or worship of one or more gods
  • missionary- a person who teaches his or her religion to people who have different beliefs
  • presidio- Spanish word for fort
  • rancho-a large area of land where crops are grown and horses, cattle, sheep, and pigs are raised
  • pueblo-Spanish word for village
  • economy-the system of producing and consuming goods in a country, state, or local area
  • colony- a settlement of people who come from one country to leave in another land

RESEARCH QUESTION

How were the lives of native and nonnative people while living in the missions? Explain.