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Spanish missions in Baja California/Definition

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A definition or brief description of Spanish missions in Baja California.
A series of twenty-eight religious outposts and associated support facilities established by Spaniards of the Dominican, Franciscan, and Jesuit Orders between 1683 and 1834, in order to spread the Catholic faith among the local Native American populations.