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Father Antonio Cruzado (?? - ??) was a Franciscan missionary who received his religious training in Cordoba, Spain. He is responsible for designing one of the earlier California missions, Mission San Gabriel Arcángel and was also, at one time, in charge of the mission.
Father Antonio Cruzado is credited with planting California's first orange grove in 1804.
He is buried at the Mission San Gabriel Arcángel.
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