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Oklahoma State Information

Oklahoma State is located on western south-central of the United States. In size wise The Oklahoma rank is 20th in all the United States. Oklahoma total area is 69,898 sq mi. Oklahoma is bordered on the north by Colorado and Kansas, east by Missouri and Arkansas, south by Texas and west by New Mexico. Oklahoma's total boundary length is 1,581 mi. Oklahoma's forests cover approximately 3,102,000 hectares, nearly 17% of The Oklahoma land area. Forests also play a role in the economy eastern half of the Oklahoma State. The Oklahoma capital is Oklahoma City and it is the largest city of Oklahoma. Oklahoma State's nickname is "The Sooner State". In population wise Oklahoma state rank is 28th in total of Unites States. Total population is 3,687,050 in 2009 estimation. Oklahoma State has continental climate with cold winter and hot summer. Agriculture is playing the most important role in Oklahoma economy The Oklahoma had 83,500 farms in 2005. Oklahoma is one of the leading sources of beef in the country. Oklahoma State gross product is 93.9 billion in 2001 estimation.

Oklahoma Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Oklahoma State is a great state to live and great state to visit. Oklahoma State has greatest number of tribal headquarters and 39 federally recognized nations. Oklahoma State has also been associated with a negative cultural. Oklahoma State has many attractive places. State has 45 parks and recreational areas. The national park service maintains one facility in Oklahoma. Oklahoma State has Black Kettle Museum, Chisholm Trail Museum, Western Trails Museum, Murrell Home, Salt Plains, Tishomingo, Washita, and Wichita Mountains and other state parks. Oklahoma has encouraged and supports popular sports. There are no major league professional sports teams. The NBA's New Orleans Hornets is the first major league. They have also produced championships in wrestling, baseball, and gymnastics. The Oklahoma state University Cowboys have captured NCAA and Big Eight titles in basketball, baseball, and golf, and are a perennial national contender in wrestling. The University of Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State University Cowboys are meet several times each year in rivalry matches known as the Bedlam Series. LPGA tournaments are regularly conducted at Cedar Ridge Country Club in Tulsa.

Oklahoma State Demographics

Oklahoma total population - 3,450,654
Oklahoma male population - 1,696,895
Oklahoma female population - 1,754,759
Oklahoma white population - 2,628,434
Oklahoma black population - 260,968
Oklahoma American Indian and Alaska Native - 273,230
Oklahoma Asian population - 46,767
Oklahoma Hispanic or Latino population - 179,304

Oklahoma School Information

On 1971 The Oklahoma Board Of Education was created in its current configuration. The Oklahoma Board of Education is the governing body of the Department. Oklahoma State has public primary, secondary, and vocational schools in 540 school districts in 2006 estimation. The Board organized the administrative and supervisory agencies. The Board has the authority to the license and certify the instructional, supervisory and administrative personnel of the public schools of The Oklahoma. The higher education institutions are University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University. The Oklahoma has also the best in pre-kindergarten education. Oklahoma State has Public higher education institutions include 2 comprehensive institutions, comprehensive institutions are one in the University of Oklahoma, Norman and another one is Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. State has 6 regional campuses, 18 senior and junior colleges, and a professional college and 21 private collages and Universities.

Oklahoma State Symbols

State nickname - The Last Frontier
Oklahoma state flag
Oklahoma state  Slogan
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Oklahoma is OK
Oklahoma state  Song
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Official song Oklahoma!
Oklahoma state Motto
Oklahoma state Motto
Labor omnia vincit
Oklahoma state  Fossil
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Saurophaganax Maximus
Oklahoma state   Mammal
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Oklahoma state  Fish
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White bass
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Oklahoma Rose
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Indian Blanket
Oklahoma state  Tree
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Port Silt Loam
Oklahoma state  Bird
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Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
Oklahoma state  Fruit
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Oklahoma state  Dinosaur
Oklahoma state Dinosaur
Acrocanthosaurus atokensis
Oklahoma state  Dance
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Square Dance
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European honey bee
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Collared Lizard

Oklahoma State History

Oklahoma is one of the youngest states of the nation. On 1803 Oklahoma State was a part of the US territory with the Louisiana Purchase. The Oklahoma during the civil war period the Five Civilized Tribes were slaveholders allied with the Confederacy. On 1892 Oklahoma statehood bill was introduced in Congress. The government decided to open the western parts of the territory to settlers by holding a total of six land runs between 1889 and 1895. Five Civilized Tribes resisted all efforts to unite Indian Territory until their attempt to form their own state was defeated in 1905. Oklahoma also has a rich African American history. African-Americans initially came to this region on the "Trail of Tears," as Indian slaves. Later, they came as cowboys, settlers, gunfighters, and farmers. By they start the statehood in the year of 1907. After the Civil War, Freedmen and new African-American settlers in Oklahoma could vote, study, and move about with relative freedom. The new state was become a focal point for the emerging oil and gas industry. Today they were many black towns. In 2003 Oklahoma faced its largest budget deficit in state history.

Oklahoma State Tourist Information

Tourism is the play an important role in Oklahoma's economy. Tulsa is the most attractive city in Oklahoma. It is the second largest city in Oklahoma. It is northern side in Oklahoma. Oklahoma is operating the American Indian Hall of Fame. The most prominent buildings standing in Tulsa include the Art Deco Union Depot. The Oklahoma has national parks, Black Kettle Museum, T. B. Ferguson Home, Murrell Home, Pawnee Bill Museum, Pioneer Woman Statue and Museum, Chisholm Trail Museum and Western Trails Museum. In summer is the most popular time for visitors. Oklahoma has 45 state parks.

Oklahoma State Transportation

The Oklahoma state road system is maintained by the Department of Transportation. Oklahoma state has contains the three interstate highways and four auxiliary Interstate Highways. Oklahoma State has 2000 included state roads and highways, and interstate highways. Oklahoma State has nation's highest number of bridges classified as structurally deficient in 2007. Oklahoma City and Norman has the most popular routs. The Oklahoma largest air port is Will Rogers World Airport it is in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma State has Tulsa International Airport. Oklahoma has two seaports on rivers serve Oklahoma. Both ports are located on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.

Oklahoma Taxes

Oklahoma State Tax Rate Range Low 0.5% High 5.50 (q)%
Oklahoma State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate 1,000 (q)- Highest flat rate 8,701 (q)
Oklahoma State Personal Exemptions Single 1,000 - Married 2,000 ? Dependents ? 1,000
Oklahoma State Sales Tax Rate on Food 4.5%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Oklahoma State Total Tax on Gasoline 17.0%, on Diesel Fuel 14.0%
Oklahoma State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 103(¢ per pack)
Oklahoma State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.40($ per gallon)
Oklahoma State Wine Excise Tax Rate $0.72($ per gallon)

Oklahoma Universities

University of Tulsa - 4,125 Students
University of Oklahoma Norman Campus - 25,923 Students
Oral Roberts University- 3,244 Students
Oklahoma State University-Main Campus - 23,499 Students
Oklahoma City University - 3,765 Students
Oklahoma Baptist University - 1,617 Students
Platt College - 334 Students
Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College - 271 Students
Northeastern State University - 9,417 Students
Southwestern Oklahoma State University - 5,122 Students

Oklahoma Religions

Evangelical Protestant ? 53%
Mainline Protestant ? 16%
Catholic ? 13%
Other ? 6%
Unaffiliated ? 12%

Oklahoma Counties

Adair County, Oklahoma - Population 21,038
Alfalfa County, Oklahoma - Population 6,105
Atoka County, Oklahoma - Population 13,879
Beaver County, Oklahoma - Population 5,857
Beckham County, Oklahoma - Population 19,799
Blaine County, Oklahoma - Population 11,976
Bryan County, Oklahoma - Population 36,534
Caddo County, Oklahoma - Population 30,150
Canadian County, Oklahoma - Population 87,697
Carter County, Oklahoma - Population 45,621
Cherokee County, Oklahoma - Population 42,521
Choctaw County, Oklahoma - Population 15,342
Cimarron County, Oklahoma - Population 3,148
Cleveland County, Oklahoma - Population 208,016
Coal County, Oklahoma - Population 6,031
Comanche County, Oklahoma - Population 114,996
Cotton County, Oklahoma - Population 6,614
Craig County, Oklahoma - Population 14,950
Creek County, Oklahoma - Population 67,367
Custer County, Oklahoma - Population 26,142
Delaware County, Oklahoma - Population 37,077
Dewey County, Oklahoma - Population 4,743
Ellis County, Oklahoma - Population 4,075
Garfield County, Oklahoma - Population 57,813
Garvin County, Oklahoma - Population 27,210
Grady County, Oklahoma - Population 45,516
Grant County, Oklahoma - Population 5,144
Greer County, Oklahoma - Population 6,061
Harmon County, Oklahoma - Population 3,283
Harper County, Oklahoma - Population 3,562
Haskell County, Oklahoma - Population 11,792
Hughes County, Oklahoma - Population 14,154
Jackson County, Oklahoma - Population 28,439
Jefferson County, Oklahoma - Population 6,818
Johnston County, Oklahoma - Population 10,513
Kay County, Oklahoma - Population 48,080
Kingfisher County, Oklahoma - Population 13,926
Kiowa County, Oklahoma - Population 10,227
Latimer County, Oklahoma - Population 10,692
Le Flore County, Oklahoma - Population 48,109
Lincoln County, Oklahoma - Population 32,080
Logan County, Oklahoma - Population 33,924
Love County, Oklahoma - Population 8,831
Major County, Oklahoma - Population 7,545
Marshall County, Oklahoma - Population 13,184
Mayes County, Oklahoma - Population 38,369
McClain County, Oklahoma - Population 27,740
McCurtain County, Oklahoma - Population 34,402
McIntosh County, Oklahoma - Population 19,456
Murray County, Oklahoma - Population 12,623
Muskogee County, Oklahoma - Population 69,451
Noble County, Oklahoma - Population 11,411
Nowata County, Oklahoma - Population 10,569
Okfuskee County, Oklahoma - Population 11,814
Oklahoma County, Oklahoma - Population 660,448
Okmulgee County, Oklahoma - Population 39,685
Osage County, Oklahoma - Population 44,437
Ottawa County, Oklahoma - Population 33,194
Pawnee County, Oklahoma - Population 16,612
Payne County, Oklahoma - Population 68,190
Pittsburg County, Oklahoma - Population 43,953
Pontotoc County, Oklahoma - Population 35,143
Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma - Population 65,521
Pushmataha County, Oklahoma - Population 11,167
Roger Mills County, Oklahoma - Population 3,436
Rogers County, Oklahoma - Population 70,641
Seminole County, Oklahoma - Population 24,864
Sequoyah County, Oklahoma - Population 38,972
Stephens County, Oklahoma - Population 42,182
Texas County, Oklahoma - Population 20,107
Tillman County, Oklahoma - Population 9,287
Tulsa County, Oklahoma - Population 563,299
Wagoner County, Oklahoma - Population 57,491
Washington County, Oklahoma - Population 48,996
Washita County, Oklahoma - Population 11,508
Woods County, Oklahoma - Population 9,089
Woodward County, Oklahoma - Population 18,486

Oklahoma State Government

Oklahoma State first constitution was effective on November 16th of 1907. Oklahoma State elected officials are Governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, auditor, state treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, commissioner of labor, and commissioner of insurance. They are serving the four-year term. The Oklahoma has a term limit for its legislature. The Oklahoma legislature consists of two chambers. The Senate has 48 members they are serving four-year terms. Oklahoma State has 77 Districts Courts each one is serves one county. Oklahoma State was thirty nine Native American tribal governments are based. The Oklahoma voter has 18 years and a state resident and one must be a US citizen. The Oklahoma judicial branch consists of the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals. The appeal court is only for criminal courts. In Oklahoma State have 26 districts with 131 district judges they are elected to four year terms.

Oklahoma Economy

The Oklahoma state economy is based on the mainly agriculture and manufacturing. Oklahoma rank is 27th for agriculture in the nation. In 20 century the agriculture is played vital role in state economy. The agricultural outputs of Oklahoma are cattle, hogs, broilers, eggs, sheep, lambs, turkeys, wheat, hay, corn, pecans, sorghum and watermelons. The wheat rank was 5th in state. The state outputs of manufacturing are machinery, oil, transportation tools, computer and electronic, metal and plastic items. The mined outputs of Oklahoma are petroleum, natural gas, coal, iodine and crushed stone. The rank of crude oil was 5th and rank of natural gas was 3rd in the Oklahoma. Oil and gas is also depending on Oklahoma economy. The Oklahoma services are business, wholesale, telemarketing, finance, insurance, retail, real estate and community.

Oklahoma Parks

Chickasaw National Recreation Area - Sulphur, OK: There is no fee to access the park. Park operating hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from Memorial Day though Labor Day. After Labor Day until the Friday before Memorial Day it is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Fort Smith National Historic Site - Fort Smith, AR,OK: There is no entry fee and there is no fee for viewing the grounds. The visitor center is open daily, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed December 25 and January 1. Oklahoma City National Memorial - Oklahoma City, OK: Free and open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Santa Fe National Historic Trail - CO,KS,MO,NM,OK: There are no user or entry fees: The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on holidays and weekends. Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail - AL,AR,GA,IL,KY,MO,NC,OK,TN: There are no user or entry fees. Washita Battlefield National Historic Site - Cheyenne, OK: The visitor center is open 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm except Thanksgiving Day, December 25th, and January 1st.