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Discoveries America National Parks, San Antonio Missions & The Alamo, Presidio La Bahia (Goliad) & El Camino Real, Texas

Discoveries America National Parks, San Antonio Missions & The Alamo, Presidio La Bahia (Goliad) & El Camino Real, Texas
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San Antonio Missions National Historical Park... Missions Concepci�n, San Jos�, San Juan Capistrano & Espada.�Discover and explore the importance of this critical part of America's history.�The Alamo... Perhaps the most widely known of the missions has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty. Presidio La Bahia (Goliad), El Camino Real de Los Tejas... The Goliad Massacre, though not as salient as the battle of The Alamo, contributed greatly to the independence of the Republic of Texas. �El Camino Real fostered frontier settlement & development along it�s length. �Also featuring stone restoration efforts & San Antonio Riverwalk.
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Year: 5/15/2014
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San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Missions Concepci�n, San Jos�, San Juan Capistrano & Espada. Frontier missions were established by Catholic religious orders to spread Christianity among the local natives. Built in the mid to late 1700�s, these four missions are active catholic parishes holding regular services. �Discover and explore the importance of this critical part of America's history. The Alamo... Perhaps the most widely known of the missions (though not currently a National �Park), became the focal point for the Battle of the Alamo, where a small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against General Antonio L�pez de Santa Anna. Although The Alamo fell March 6, 1836, the death of The Alamo defenders has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty. Presidio La Bahia (Goliad), El Camino Real de Los Tejas... The Goliad Massacre, though not as salient as the battle of The Alamo, it garnered support for the cause against Mexico and contributed greatly to the independence of the Republic of Texas. El Camino Real fostered frontier settlement & development along it�s length that originally extended from Louisiana, through Texas to Mexico City, Mexico. Also featuring stone restoration efforts & San Antonio Riverwalk.