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  • Author:
    Mary Null Boule
  • ISBN:
    1877599131
  • ISBN13:
    978-1877599132
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    Merryant Pub Inc; Extensive Highlighting edition (July 1, 1988)
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Mary Null Boule has taught in the California Public School System for 25 years

Mary Null Boule has taught in the California Public School System for 25 years. Her past ten years as a fourth grade teaher made her aware of the necessity for a detailed informational book about the California Missions. Mission San Francisco de Asis-Book 6 in a Series of Twenty-one (The Missions :California's Heritage) This slight pamphlet about Mission Dolores must be some kind of approved publication of the Catholic Church. Quite a disappointment. Lacks reproductions of historic photos, documents and maps.

The Missions: California's Heritage. There's no description for this book yet. Published July 1988 by Merryant Pub Inc.

The Missions: California's Heritage : Mission San Jose. 1877599131 (ISBN13: 9781877599132).

The Missions - California's Heritage No. 18 : Mission San Luis Rey de Francia.

Mission San José is a Spanish mission located in the present-day city of Fremont, California. The mission is the namesake of the Mission San José district of Fremont, which was an independent town subsumed into the city when it was incorporated in 1957. The Mission entered a long period of gradual decline after Mexican secularization act of 1833.

by. Boulé, Mary Null. Missions, Special collections, Missions - California, Special collections - Sacramento Public Library, California - Missions, California. Merryant Pub. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. 14 : Mission San Jose. We receive 1 copy every 6 months.

com: The Missions: California's Heritage : Mission San Antonio De Padua (9781877599026): Mary Null Boule: Books. A quick family visit to Mission San José turned into an opportunity to build a strong family narrative

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Mary Null Boule The Missions: California's Heritage : Mission Santa Clara De Asis. ISBN 13: 9781877599071. The Missions: California's Heritage : Mission Santa Clara De Asis.

At last, a detailed Mission book written just for students. Mary Null Boule has taught in the California Public School System for 25 years. Her past ten years as a fourth grade teaher made her aware of the necessity for a detailed informational book about the California Missions. Five years of research, including visits to each mission, have resulted in this excellent series. Books available individually, or as a set of 21.

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Mission San Francisco de Asis--Book 6 in a Series of Twenty-one (The Missions :California's Heritage)
This slight pamphlet about Mission Dolores must be some kind of approved publication of the Catholic Church.

Quite a disappointment. Lacks reproductions of historic photos, documents and maps. Includes seven amateurish line drawings--the front cover has a drawing of the Mission as how it may have looked upon completion, the inside of the back cover has a list of the twenty-one Missions plotted along a line representing the coastline of California, and a rather inaccurate, poorly hand drawn floor plan of the Mission. The text, originally published in 1988, provides many factual inaccuracies, glosses over the importance of the Ohlone and Miwok Indians in the establishment of the Mission, and includes no "Further Reading" list. The Bibliography cites only four sources, one of which is Sunset Magazine.
Save your money, and skip this over-priced pamphlet.
Ironfire
The author did a nice job on this little book. I think it will hold a 10 year old's attention sufficient to complete a missions project for school. For his first official research project, I prefer having my son use this book as a source of information versus the internet. However, it's little...at only 24 pages long and that number includes at least five "nothing" pages (blank or non-text). The pages are photocopied 8.5x11 sheets folded and stapled down the "spine." The book has a card stock cover. I paid a fortune ($14) for a pamphlet. But, if you don't have time to get to a library and you prefer to have your kid perform some "traditional" book research, then this pamphlet will do the trick. There is a cute note from the author on the inside cover: "Good luck, read carefully, and use your own words."
Qiahmagha
We used resources from this same author before for other California history projects, so I was surprised to find passages in this booklet describing "trouble-making" Indians, brutal attacks on the missions by Indians and heroic efforts by the neophytes to protect their beloved padres. Clearly the author's sympathies lie with the missionaries and the near genocide of the native peoples is fairly glossed over. I would not recommend using this as your sole resource for a mission project.

Currently the Huntington Gardens library has an excellent mission exhibit which includes a fair amount of Native American/Indian artifacts and perspectives.
Madis
Do not buy! I bought this so my 4th grade daughter can use it for her mission project. It is basically a pamphlet. Not worth the 11 or 12 something I paid . We weren't even able to use any of the little information provided. I wish I could give it 0 stars!
Gabar
There weren't too many choices available for additional reference materials on this particular mission. I had another son that did Mission San Luis Rey de Francia and felt there was far more detail available on that mission. It might just be that Mission Santa Barbara history wasn't as interesting. So it's hard to say whether the book is thin due to omission or just the lack of interesting material on this mission. I'd probably still buy it again though.
Malalrajas
Great little book for my son's 4th grade mission project. It's available at the library, but at least 15 other kids in the neighborhood were assigned this same mission and requested holds, so it was nice to order this to have at home so that he could reference it throughout the 2 months he had to work on his model, written report, and Keynote presentation.
Malogamand
Got this for the 4th grade mission reports for the elementary school library. This one always goes missing.
The book is really a like a pamphlet but it gets the job done for those California 4th graders who need reading material for their Mission Project.