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San Antonio Tidbits

San Antonio, Texas us a Mecca for those interested in history because the community captures the spirit of Texas. From the old west, to the Battle of the Alamo, to the old missions, to the its discovery by Spanish explorers, to its occupation by Native Indians the attractions and history of this beautiful community can keep visitors entertained for days.

Between 1691 and 1709, when Spanish expeditions first explored the area region, it was already being occupied by a small Indian settlement that was established in the San Pedro Springs region, known as Yanakuna. As the result of it being the feast day of St. Antonio, the first Spanish explorers named the river the San Antonio River.

In 1718, a Father named Antonio Olivares actually established the settlement of San Antonio, and he then went on to found the Mission San Antonio de Valero.

Located next to the river, five Spanish missions were established by the Canary Islanders. In 1789, the presidial house for the captain. Sometime later known as the Governor's Palace was finished on Military Plaza and in 1758, the San Fernando de Bexar Church was constructed. San Antonio de Bexar became the capital of Spanish Texas in 1773.

The settlement had a population of over 2,000 people by 1778. This population was primarily made up of poor pioneers and Indians.

All of the missions had been put to work for other purposes by 1795 and the Mission San Antonio de Valero was converted into a military barracks. This came to be known as the Alamo, sometime later. San Antonio was the location of several battles, during the Texas Revolution, that included the siege of Bexar in December in 1835 and in 1836, the Battle of the Alamo, which made it one of the most fought over settlements in this country. During the Battle of the Alamo, the old mission was held for some 13 days by 189 defenders against some 4,000 Mexican troops. The rallying cry for the Texas revolution against Mexico became Remember the Alamo.

In 1836, the Republic of Texas organized Bexar County following the evacuation of Mexican forces. In !827, San Antonio was chartered as the county seat. There was yet another Indian battle in San Antonio, known as the 1840 Council House Fight, after an attempt to convince the Comanche Indians to release some captives failed. In 1842, Invasions by Mexico resulted in San Antonio being seized twice and by 1846, the population had decreased to approximately 800 people.

The growth was rapid and the community became a distribution and servicing center for the western movement in the U.S., after Texas entered the Union. The population of San Antonio had increased to almost 3,500 people. By 1850, the city had increased to nearly 3,500 and by 1860, it had increased again to over 8,000 people.

The federal arsenal was surrendered to a local militia force in 1861, even prior to the seceding. Afterwards, Several Confederate units were organized in San Antonio, which also served as a Confederate depot.

San Antonio prospered as a military, mercantile, distribution, and cattle center that served the Southwest as well as the border area.

The city was the southern supplier and center for the cattle trail drives. With the importation of merino sheep to the adjoining Hill Country, an important wool market developed. San Antonio, which was previously without a transportation system, entered a new period of economic growth in 1877, with the coming of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway arriving in San Antonio.

By 1880, the population of San Antonio had once again increased to over 20,000 people. Another railroad arrived in the community in 1881. Five different railroads arrived in San Antonio by 1900. San Antonio had a population of over 50,000 people, and had become the largest community in Texas.

San Antonio successfully merged its history into the new modernization of each generation as the community expanded and grew. Modern glass towers remain next to old Spanish walls that have rows of Victorian mansions a block away. This combination seems to lends the community that has the charm that millions of visitors seek. These days, nearly 20 million visitors every year delight with the discovery of the charm of San Antonio.

San Antonio is famous also for being home to the SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas and SeaWorld theme parks, the Tower of the Americas, the five time National Basketball Association Champion Spurs basketball team, the Alamo, and its Riverwalk, the Alamo. However, the jewel of the community is the River Walk, or Paseo del Rio, which is lined with many different restaurants, shops, and bars in addition to the Arneson River Theater as it meanders through the downtown area. During the Christmas and New Year holiday period, this attraction is converted into an amazing festival of lights.

The downtown area also features the most recognizable landmark, the Alamo, as well as El Mercado, La Villita, as well as the HemisFair Park. Other places of interest include the McNay Art Museum, the Witte Museum, the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park, and the Brackenridge Park, which is the home of the San Antonio Zoo.

San Antonio hosts a ten-day celebration known as the Fiesta San Antonio, which celebrates the heroes of the battle of the Alamo as well as Battle of San Jacinto in addition to the diverse cultures of the community every April. All throughout the community, there are more than 100 events held. Every February at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, visitors can also experience something of the cowboy culture and at the North Star Mall, they can also see some 40-foot-tall cowboy boots.