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Mission-de-Asis-1856
Originally Mission San Francisco de Asis named for St. Francis of Assisi & the 16th in a chain of 20 missions connected by El Camino Real. Pope Francis -elected on 13 March 2013 as 1st Jesuit & 1st pope from the Americas is the 1st to take the name Francis
foundsf.org/ Mission_Dolores
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Hanging-at-Mission-Dolores
35 Historic Photos of Mission Dolores
loc.gov Library of Congress
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Mission-District-1889
The wake of the 1906 quake saw the rise of the Progressives the Mission’s native son and champion “Sunny Jim” Rolph was elected mayor in 1911. Mission merchants formed the Mission Merchants Association in 1909 soon after the Mission Promotion Assoc.
sfplanning.org 2007 Historic Survey
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Saint-Johns-Church-1906
Saint John's Church and Mission Dolores after 1906 quake --- Cultural Resource Survey to be used in identifying significant resource buildings
/sf-planning.org INNER MISSION NORTH 1853 -1943 CONTEXT STATEMENT 2005
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A-Jaunt-of-Recreation-by-way-of-Mission-Dolores-1859
one of the most interesting and pleasant is that from San Francisco by the Mission Dolores to the Ocean House and Seal Rock; returning by Fort Point and the Presidio.
sf museum.org/ 1859 article in Hutchings' California magazine
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Mission-Roads-Transit_1865-1883
At the heart of the neighborhood was the train station located at the axes of Valencia Street the regional transit corridor and Sixteenth Street the established commercial strip and older route
by SF Planning 2007
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Mission-Roads-Transit_1848-1865
During the Gilded Age San Francisco attained the status of a Western empire city as the frenzied colonization of the Gold Rush gave way to decades of sustained urbanization. San Francisco became the hub of Pacific maritime trade
by SF Planning 2007
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Mexican-ranchos
With the 1849 Gold Rush the young city’s population swelled from under 1 000 in 1848 to 36 000 in 1852 to 57 000 in 1860;
ohp.parks.ca.gov/pages/ /mission history by sf planning nov07
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