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  • Having lost the supplies for their campaign and finding little support in New Mexico, the Texans abandoned Santa Fe and returned to San Antonio in defeat.Colorado-Wikipedia
  • Two years later, they created San Antonio as the first Spanish civilian settlement in the area.Texas-Wikipedia
  • The Sunset Limited route was truncated at San Antonio, Texas as a result of the track damage in the Gulf Coast area caused by Hurricane Katrina on August 28, 2005.Jacksonville, Florida-Wikipedia
  • Initially, the new capital thrived but Lamar's political enemy, Sam Houston, used two Mexican army incursions to San Antonio as an excuse to move the government.Austin, Texas-Wikipedia
  • All enlisted Airmen attend Basic Military Training (BMT) at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas for 8 1⁄2 weeks.United States Air Force-Wikipedia
  • Intermodal terminals are typically ports, but UP also has terminals inland for trucks, such as the terminal in San Antonio that opened in 2009.Union Pacific Railroad-Wikipedia

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