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February 23 in San Antonio history...

February 23 in San Antonio history...

1720
Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo is founded by Father Margil de Jesus, who names it in honor of San Jose, San Miguel and Governor Aguayo (Jose de Azlor y Virto de Vera, the Marquis de Aguayo, appointed Governor of Texas and Coahuila in 1719).  Olivares protests its closeness to Mission San Antonio.  Captain Alazar lays out the 10 leagues distance between the missions required by the Laws of the Indies in order to give it the protection of the presidio.

1968
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas formally open the Long Barracks at the Alamo.

1973
Pianist Van Cliburn plays a concert at the Hemisfair Theater for the Performing Arts.

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