U. S. Mission Trail / The Mission Trail Today - The Spanish Missions in California
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Santa Ysabel Asistencia

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Display of cross, well, and wind mill with fragments of floor at site of original mission buildings. Photo date: 1-24-04.
Cross and Windmill
Photo date: 5-13-06.

Photo date: 5-13-06.

Photo date: 5-13-06.
This beaten wooden sign beside the remnants of the original floor says:
Floor of the old mission, 1818. This floor uncovered in September 1963 was laid by the Padres and Indians of Santa Ysabel Mission in 1818. It extends north for over 300 feet. It included chapel-workshops etc. In 1818 - 500 Indians received baptism on this floor.

Original floor with cross behind. Photo date: 5-13-06.

Original floor with cross behind. Photo date: 5-13-06.

Original floor tiles. Photo date: 5-13-06.

Windmill. Photo date: 5-13-06.

Windmill. Photo date: 5-13-06.
Pl;aque
This plaque is also near the original site. Photo date: 5-13-06.
California State Society
Daughters of the American Revolution N.S.D.A.R.
An U.S.A. Bicentenial Project
This plaque marking the site of the first chapel of
Santa Ysabel Indian Mission
Founded on September 20, 1818
by
Father Fernando Martin
as an assistencia of the Mission San Diego de Acala
is dedicated to the memory of
the faith and courage of the mission fathers
and the Indians of this area
January 29, 1974
by
The Members of Districts 11, 12, and 14











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