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San Antonio Tidbits

San Antonio, Texas is located on Interstate 37 and 35, south-north and Interstate Highway 10, west-east, in Bexar County at the head of the San Antonio River. The community is also served by two Amtrak trains, the San Antonio International Airport, two freight railroads, which are the Southern Pacific and the Union Pacific, many different state highways, and five U.S. highways.

From 1609 through 1709, Spanish expeditions explored the region, which came to be known as San Pedro Creek, as well as the San Antonio Rive. In 1718, the settlement originated from San Antonio de Bexar Presidio as well as the San Fernando de Bexar' villa, and in 1731, was established by Canary Islanders.

Five Spanish missions were located next to the river in 1718. The presidial house for the captain, which was later known as the Spanish Governor's Palace) was finished on Military Plaza in 1749, and in 1758, the San Fernando de Bexar Church was constructed. The Antonio de Bexar became the capital of Spanish Texas in 1778. That same year, the settlement had a population of 2,060, that included Indians from the mission Indians.

Most visitors considered their circumstances as being miserable. The population was heterogeneous and poor, and consisted of some black slaves, mestizos, and some Europeans. In 1795, the missions were all secularized and San Antonio de Valero Mission, which later became known as the Alamo, also became a military barracks. In 1813, San Antonio declared for Mexican independence. However, Royalist forces recaptured it following the battles of Median and Alazn Creek. The population of San Antonio was decimated.

San Antonio was the location of several battles, that included the siege of Bexar, and the battle of the Alamo, which made it one of the most fought-over cities in the nation, after the evacuation of Mexican forces, during the Texas Revolution, the Republic of Texas, organized Bexar County in 1837. 1836, San Antonio was chartered the county seat. Another battler erupted in San Antonio known as the Council House fight of 1840.

This was the result of some Comanche Indians refusing to release some captives held hostage. During 1842, the invasions by Mexico resulted in San Antonio being seized twice. By 1846, the population had decreased to approximately 800 people. Growth rapidly increased once Texas had entered the Union, as the community became a distribution and servicing center for the western movement in the nation.

The population of San Antonio was 3,488 people, according to the census of 1850. This represented an increase of 8,235 people by 1860, which meant that San Antonio had become largest community in Texas. The Germans were responsible for a large part of this growth, and those German speakers outnumbered both anglos as well as Hispanics until much later in 1877. Even before Texas seceded, San Antonio was forced to surrender the federal arsenal to the local militia in 1861. San Antonio became a Confederate depot. Although the community was removed from the fighting, several units that included John S. Ford's Cavalry of the West were organized there.

San Antonio prospered as a military, mercantile, distribution, and cattle center that served the Southwest as well as the border area following the end of the Civil War. San Antonio became the supplier and southern center for the cattle trail drives. As the result of the importation of merino sheep to the adjoining Hill Country, an important wool market developed in the community. In1877, when the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway arrived, San Antonio, which was previously without a transportation system, entered a new period of economic growth.

In 1880, the population had increased to 20,550 people. The new immigration was overwhelmingly Anglos, who were native born and primarily from Southern states. Another railroad, known as the International Great Northern Railroad, arrived in San Antonio, and by 1900, five additional railroads arrived in the community. During the 1880's, the modernization in the area was explosive. Civic government, power plant, hospitals, telephones, water supply, maintenance, street paving, and utilities, were all planned or established. In 1900, San Antonio had once again became the largest community in Texas. The population of San Antonio had once again increased to 53,321 people and in 1910, it remained the largest community in Texas, with a population of 96,614 people, and by 1920 the population of the community was 161,379 people.

As the result of the Mexican Revolution in 1910, as well as the development of local service industries, Mexican immigration increased significantly. The confluence of Southern Anglo-American, German, and Hispanic cultures in San Antonio made it into one of the four unique communities in America, in addition to San Francisco, New Orleans, and Boston. A stamp was placed on the community by each successive group of immigrants including the architecture and culture, which all commingled with each other and none quite submerging with the others. Each period of growth produced distinguished and frequently characteristic architecture. Peculiarly, with each generation, San Antonio successfully merged its past into the new. Nest to modern glass towers, old Spanish walls remain and have rows of Victorian mansions a block away, a combination that lends the community a charm that millions of visitors seek.