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June 11 in San Antonio history...

June 11 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
Little Rock, Ark., Louisville, Ky., Battle Creek, Mich., and San Antonio, Tex., have been approved by the War Department as additional cantonment sites for the army. The camp at Fort Sam Houston will be the only wooden cantonment in the Southern Department. The camps at Fort Worth, Waco, Houston and Fort Sill will all be under canvas. It is believed the canvas camps will house as many men as the wooden cantonment, although they will not represent as large a financial investmet in construction. The War Department plans to begin immediate construction of these camps, as it is the intention to have them in readiness for the new army by September 1.

1918
The City Council is considering purchase of several lots for the creation of Romana Plaza at the junction of Soledad, Romana, Camden, Main and San Pedro. The triangular plaza would also include property of the Main Avenue fire station.

1981
George Jones plays Randy’s Rodeo.

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