Although a long time U.S. territory, Oklahoma didn’t become a state until 1907, making it the 46th state. Well known for its oil production and large Native American populations, the Sooner State, as it is nicknamed, has a unique identity even compared to many other states. The state of Oklahoma is right in the middle range as far as size and population, not sticking out on either account but not particularly small either. While its population is much more rural than urban, there are still two major cities of note with Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
While many people envision flatland in desert, the truth is that this is not nearly an accurate representation of everything the state has to offer...Read More