Mission Indian Agency

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Mission Indian Agency
Mission Indian Agency

The Mission Indians of California, including the Cahuilla, Cupeno, Serrano, and the Luiseno bands

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History

The Mission Agency was originally established in 1865 for various bands of the Mission Indians of California.

On 16 November 1920, the Campo School, Pala School, and Soboba School jurisdictions were consolidated into the Mission Agency. It was divided into Northern Mission and Southern Mission, 25 November 1921 and was again consolidated, 21 April 1922.

In 1948 the Mission Agency was consolidated with the Sacramento Agency and the Hoopa Valley Agency to form the California Agency and the jurisdiction over the tribes which had been under the Mission Agency was assumed by the Riverside Area Office when it was established in 1955.

Agents and Appointment Dates

John Q. A. Stanley May 8, 1865, Lt. Augustus P. Greene October 6, 1869, John R. Tansey December 12, 1870

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