Mojave River Valley Museum
Mission San Gabriel
In the earliest days of historic California the Mission San Gabriel was the destination of explorers, trappers, and traders making the
trip across the Mojave Desert.
Arrival at the San Gabriel Mission
I followed at a good gait (a paso largo) till nightfall; and having gone eight leagues in this direction and to the northwest, I halted [on Rio de San Gabriel, at or ...
Changes were Bound to Occur
Mission San Gabriel, established in 1771 prior to any journey of the whites over the Mojave Indian Trail, had considerable influence over the Indians of the ...
The Mohave Continued
Reinforcements were sent to San Gabriel as the Mission was in the direct route from the Mojave River trail. (10) Fray Luis Antonio Martinez of San Luis Obispo ...
Serrano History - Mission Period
History - Mission Period ... when the Spanish arrived in 1769, but beginning about 1790, the westernmost of them began to be drawn into Mission San Gabriel.
Don Gabriel Moraga
Gabriel Moraga was a son of Lieut. Jose Joaquin ??????, the first comandante of San Francisco, and of his wife Dofia Maria del Pikir de Leon ? Barceló, born ...
This Type of Treatment
Runaway Indians fled to the interior valleys (San Joaquin, Mojave, and ... and his ear severed by the mayordomo of the San Gabriel Mission rancho at Chino.
Descending the Mojave River
They arrived back in San Gabriel on December 14, 1819. (13) The Mohave Indians continued the trade but generally kept away from the missions and the ...
The Story of the Mojave Desert: Westward Expansion
... banned under Spanish rule, provided ample opportunity to dispose of hides, wines, tallow and the products raised around Mission San Gabriel and the little ...
Father Joaquin Pasqual Nuez
We found the place where the Amajabas killed four Christians of this mission ( San Gabriel), three from San Fernando, and some gentiles (unbaptized Indians).
Mojave Indian History - The Spanish & Mexicans
... Father Francisco Garcés, a Franciscan priest stationed at Mission San Xavier ... Captain Juan Bautista de Anza from Mexico to San Gabriel Mission in 1774, ...
The Institution of Slavery
... Indians around the present cities of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Gabriel. ... River and across the San Bernardino Mountains to the San Gabriel Mission.
Cronology/timeline, Cahuilla Indians
They learned of Mission life from Indians living near Missions in San Gabriel and San Diego. 1781 Yumas closed land route to Whites 1811 Revolted against the ...
Indians in the Silverwood Lake area
The stable lives and traditions of the Serrano changed drastically around 1790, when they were drawn into the San Gabriel Mission. Hard labor and European ...
On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer ˇ Fr. Francisco Garces discovers the Mojave River in his journey across the Mojave to the San Gabriel Mission.
Cahuilla Indians of the southern Mojave Desert
Few were baptized in the coastal Spanish missions until the 1820s, when some were brought into Mission San Gabriel. Others were baptized at a later time at ...
Fr. Francisco Garces
On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer. Pertinent sections of Garces' journal of his crossing the Mojave from Needles to the San Gabriel Mission and back across the ...
The Life of Kit Carson
Soon after leaving the Mohave Indians, Mr. Young's party, proceeding westward, arrived at the Mission of San Gabriel. This is one of these extensive ...
History of the Eastern Mojave
... a priest stationed at Mission San Xavier del Bac, accompanied an expedition up the Colorado River and then through the desert to the San Gabriel Mission.
Young's journey to California with traveling companions crossed Arizona, the Colorado River, the Mojave Desert and arrived at the San Gabriel Mission, near ...
Stock: Uto-Aztecan Aboriginal Locations Atongaibit, Cacameat, Guacaibit, Topipapit, and at least two other villages. 1771 Mission San Gabriel Arcangel founded ...
Timeline of History of the Mojave Desert
1810 Sufficient sentiment against the missions had been stirred up that the Mohaves ... in and may have been leaders of an attack on Mission San Gabriel.
Historic Roads & Highways
Mohave Indians from the Colorado River used this ancient trade route to the sea and guided Father Francisco Garces to Mission San Gabriel in 1776, the first ...
A History of Zzyzx: 1776-1830 Early Explorers
He eventually met Mohave tribesmen who led him west, across the Mojave Desert to Mission San Gabriel. Graces, probably the first European to cross the ...
Other Facets of this Indian Slavery: Indian Slave Trade
... Indians from California and had some dealings with Isaac Williams' Ranch ( Rancho Chino which was once part of the massive Mission San Gabriel holdings ), ...
Continuing Up the Mojave River
247, at date of Mar. 23. Previous < Contents > Next, "... and they hear with attention that which is told them of God." (Ave Maria - Mission San Gabriel) ...
Frémont's unit arrived in San Diego on one of Stockton's ships on July 29, 1846, ..... Notes on Mohave Indians, San Gabriel Mission & possibly the Chemehuevi ...
On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer
Arrival at the San Gabriel Mission. - 248 - ... I was received by the padres with great kindness, ... Editor's Notes: The first 5 chapters have been omitted in order to ...
Chronology of expeditions between New Mexico and California ...
Friar Cabot of Mission San Miguel reports that New Mexicans traded wool for ... Baptiste Chalifoux enters California from New Mexico arriving at San Gabriel.
History of the Cajon Pass
... the valley that separates the San Bernardino and San Gabriel mountain ranges . ... missions and the village (Muscupiabit) was abandoned nearly completely.
Old Spanish Trail
Garcés followed the Mojave for several days, reaching Misión San Gabriel via .... Americans claiming to be beaver trappers, fugitive Indians from the missions, ...
Yerba Santa - Mojave Desert Plants
Yerba Santa was introduced to the Spanish Padres at Mission San Antonio de Padua by the .... Yerba santa, San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains plants ...
Some Unpleasant Treatment: Indian Slave Trade
Another time five or six Indians were brought to the mission and ". . . whipped, and ... The Americans left San Gabriel and went to the San Joaquin Valley to trap.
The territory of the Serrano included the entire San Bernardino range of mountains, west into the San Gabriel mountains to North Baldy (Mt Baden-Powell ), south ...