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Landmark 327
Misión San Francisco de Asís
Dolores Street Between 16th and 17th Streets
Mission Dolores
Built 1788
 
Mission Dolores Commemorative Plaque
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La Misión San Francisco de Asís
Mission Dolores
San Francisco Historical Monument Number 1
La Paz y Bien - Peace and Goodness

Founded in 1776 by Fray Francisco Palou, OFM and built by people of the Ohlone Nation of the village of Chutchui 1788-1791.

To them we pay honor as the founders and first builders of this community and church.

 
Mission Dolores Commemorative Plaque, San Francisco. Photograph copyright © 2004 by Alvis E Hendley.
Bear Flag Marker
The Mission in 1850
Mission Dolores in 1850, San Francisco. Photograph courtesy of Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
 
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