The missions have been accused by critics, then and now, of various abuses and oppression.In the end, the missions had mixed results in their objectives: to convert, educate, and transform the natives into Spanish colonial citizens.
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The detailed planning and direction of the missions was to be carried out by Friar Junípero Serra, O. Governor José Joaquín de Arrillaga approved the plan the following year, however an outbreak of sarampion (measles) killing some 200 Tongva people coupled with a scarcity of land for agriculture and potable water left the success of such a venture in doubt, so no effort to found an island mission was ever made. Mariano Payeras, "Comisario Prefecto" of the California missions, visited Cañada de Santa Ysabel east of Mission San Diego de Alcalá as part of a plan to establish an entire chain of inland missions.
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The Alta California government secularized the missions after the passage of the Mexican secularization act of 1833.
This divided the mission lands into land grants, which became many of the Ranchos of California.
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