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i don't know but i think it was destroyed by Indians

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it is a meuseum

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It is used as a museum

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What is San Rafael mission like today?

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Did the Native Americans at mission SAn Rafael like their new life?

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Does mission san Rafael arcangel have a cemetery?

Most of them did ( Spanish missions) they were self-contained like town community centers and had living quarters, churches, schools, convents and rectories for priests and nuns- and often hospitals- in short all of your church-related social needs- as people die off- cemeteries may well have been on the grounds- as was and is the case with the larger Motherhouses of religious orders such as the Convent Station in New Jersey ( Sisters of Charity).

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What is mission san Luis like today?

It is a community center a museum. Also still a mission.Still have the same old yard vines. This mission has a nickname which is City with a Mission

What is the Carmel mission like today?

It has been restored mostly by Harry Downie. There are cats in the mission that are used by modern missionaries to catch mice hiding throughout the mission.

What does mission San Juan Capistrano look like today?

The mission looks very close to what it was like in the early days. The State of California has done every thing it could to preserve the mission. It is still a working mission with services, weddings, funerals, and is open to visit.