On June 13 of that year they pitched camp alongside a group of friendly Payaya Indians at the River's headwaters.
It happened to be the day of Saint Anthony of Padua, and they named the spot San Antonio de Padua.
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Franciscan missionary Antonio de San Buenaventuara y Olivares arrived with one of these expeditions at the San Antonio River on April 13, 1709, and was so pleased with the river site that he began a nine year campaign to build a mission on the banks.
On May 1, 1718, Olivares broke ground, built a hut of brush and grapevines, offered Mass, and named his mission San Antonio de Valero.
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