California Missions 3 & 4
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[San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2015.
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3. California's Heritage - The Missions As we discover how California's missions are a symbolic representation of a Spanish and Native American cross-cultural heritage that exists today, tradition comes alive! No longer are these buildings of adobe and stone quiet and forgotten relics of the past; as monuments to our ancestors, they preserve memories of California's multi-cultural heritage, which adds a deeper meaning to our lives. Also, to present a tangible custom passed on from generation to generation, this program offers a Latina mother, Imelda Bermejo, who teaches her daughter, Xochitl, how to make a traditional Mexican food, tortillas! For anyone who wants to join in, the Tortilla ingredients include: 2 cups flour; 2 tsp. baking powder; 2/3 tsp. salt; 3 tbsp. lard (or nontega). 4. Mission Indians The story of California's missions would be incomplete without a study of the Native Americans who were an important part of the mission system established by the Spanish. In this program viewers are introduced to the Native Americans who as a people lived for thousands of years in harmony with nature in this land now known as California. We learn how the lives of the Native Americans who came to the missions as neophytes were regulated by the ringing of the mission bells. We visualize the impact the Spanish arrival had on the Native Americans' way of life and cultural heritage. Also we discover that the missions we visit today are truly a tribute to the backbreaking efforts of these hard-working people.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Blonski, D., & Taylor, C. (2015). California Missions 3 & 4 . Kanopy Streaming.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Blonski, David and Chip, Taylor. 2015. California Missions 3 & 4. Kanopy Streaming.

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Blonski, David and Chip, Taylor. California Missions 3 & 4 Kanopy Streaming, 2015.

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Blonski, David,, and Chip Taylor. California Missions 3 & 4 Kanopy Streaming, 2015.

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