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Redlands occupies the area that was once part of the territory of the Aguas Calientes and Morongo tribes of the Cahuilla people. Pedro Fages' and Francisco Garces' explorations sought to expand Catholic influence on the native people and establish the Spanish crown in the region. Fr. Francisco Dumetz visited the village of Guachama in Serrano in 1810. This was the reason why the area was chosen as a mission outpost. Dumetz arrived in the village on May 20, which was the feast of Saint Bernardino de Siena. He named the area the San Bernardino Valley. In 1819, Mission San Gabriel Franciscan friars established the San Bernardino Asistencia. They began the traditional program of encouraging permanent settlements and training native tribes to grow crops. Native slave labor was used to dig a ditch known as a "zanja" by the Asistencia friars. The news of the Mexican victory in the War of Independence reached the inland region. Lands previously claimed by Spain were transferred to the Mexican government's custody in 1822.