Condition: Covers show some light shelf wear. Spine caps lightly bumped.
Dust Jacket: None
Contents: This book chronicles the history of the San Fernando Rey mission, the seventeenth of the twenty-one missions established by the Franciscans for the Indians. It was the southernmost of the five Indian Missions comprised in the Second or Santa Barbara Military Department.
Part of the author's "The Missions and Missionaries of California" series of local history. Illustrated with drawings and photographs. Indexed.