This was the wheel that was used to press the olives to make olive oil. It was usually powered by a boy or donkey.
These were the soldiers barracks. It was originally built in 1791. They had beds made of leather straps and blankets.
These stones were used by the Native Americans to grind down and process acorns and seeds that they grew. This paste is one of the foods they ate prior to the Spanish arrival.
These were the living quarters for the padre. They were very modest. He had a bed on the second floor that he accessed by means of a ladder. This ladder would then be pulled up when he got to the second floor. He did this for protection.