Mission Soledad listed on National Register

July 14, 2014 Posted by Franklin Maggi

Mission Soledad in Monterey County, California, known officially as Mission Senora de la Soledad, has been listed by the Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district.

A number of Archives & Architecture staff members and associates worked on this nomination, including Jessica Kusz (lead), Franklin Maggi, Sarah Winder, Leslie Dill, and John Tabuena-Frolli. The archaeological firm Greenwood Associates of Pacific Palisades contributed archaeological information that was used in the nomination.

The nomination was reviewed by the California State Historical Resources Commission this last April. The Commission forwarded a favorable recommendation to the Keeper via the State Historic Preservation Officer Carol Roland-Nawi.

The draft nomination can be viewed on the California Office of Historic Preservation website¬†here. The final forms will eventually be posted on the Nation Park Service’s website.

Mission Soledad

One Response to Mission Soledad listed on National Register

  1. LMas says:

    Congrats! That was a lot of hard work.