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Rear View Featured 30 Dec 2015 Print

Rear View

Firmly clutching some chickens under their arms three land army girls turn their backs on the camera. (Photo by A J O'Brien/Getty Images)

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Jalpan Mission in Sierra Gorda Featured 30 Dec 2015 Print

Jalpan Mission in Sierra Gorda

Although the mission in Jalpan was established before JunA?pero Serraa??s 1750 arrival into the region, Serra is given credit for building the five main missions of this area and completing the evangelization of the local people.
In reality, the missions were built by Pame hands, under the direction of various Franciscan monks including JosA© Antonio de MurguA?a in ConcA?, Juan Crispi in Tilaco, Juan Ramos de Lora in Tancoyol and Miguel de la Campa in Landa.
However, the vision for the building of the missions was Serraa??s, as he imagined a type of utopia based on Franciscan principles. Serra insisted that the missionaries learn the local languages and experience hunger along with the rest of the population. There was still hostility to the Spanish presence, and Serraa??s response was economic as well as spiritual.
The main feature of these churches is the ornate decoration of the main portals, although there is decoration on the bell towers and in some churches, other areas as well

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San Francisco del Valle de Tilaco Featured 30 Dec 2015 Print

San Francisco del Valle de Tilaco

San Francisco del Valle de Tilaco is in a small community eighteen km northeast of Landa de Matamoros.
It was constructed between 1754 and 1762 by Juan Crespi and dedicated to Francis of Assisi.
It has some characteristics different from the other missions. First, it is built on a gradient.
Tilaco is the best conserved of the five missions and has the most subtle ornamentation on its facade

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