TITLE

AFTERWORD

AUTHOR(S)
Abbink, Emily; Rawls, James J.
PUB. DATE
January 1996
SOURCE
Missions of Monterey Bay Area;1996, p74
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Each year thousands of tourists and students visit the California missions. These observers often have disagreed about the impact of missions on Indians in California. Many early visitors were truly concerned about the mistreatment of Native Americans. The understanding of missions also has changed through years. Missionaries, visitors, novelists, and scholars have expressed different opinions about the California missions. These observers often have disagreed about the impact of missions on Indians in California. For everybody, missions continue to stand as reminders of a difficult and painful time in California history.
ACCESSION #
11954056

 

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