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    Oklahoma (OK) - Real Estate Resources

    Oklahoma Association of REALTORS®
    9807 N Broadway Ext
    Oklahoma City, OK 73114-6312
    (405) 848-9944 - (800) 375-9944 - Fax (405) 848-9947

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    2401 N.W. 23rd Ste 18
    Oklahoma City, OK 73107
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    Oklahoma entered the union as the 46th state in 1907. The capital is Oklahoma City.

    Oklahoma is nicknamed the Sooner State.  In 1889 when the territory was opened for expansion, thousands of people lined up to race for prized parcels that had been mapped out.  Some people had already stakes out their land, made the move and were known as Sooners.

    The state is bordered by Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Texas and New Mexico.  The largest cities in the state are Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Lawton and Broken Arrow.
    Oklahoma's agriculture includes cattle, milk, poultry, wheat and cotton.  It's industries include transportation equipment, rubber and plastic products, and food processing.

    Some of Oklahoma's state symbols are
           Flower is the mistletoe
           Tree is the red bud
           Bird is the scissor-tailed flycatcher
           Animal is the bison
           Reptile is the mountain boomer lizard
           Butterfly is the black swallowtail
           Wildflower is the Indian blanket

    Dija know….?

    *There is an operating oil well on state capitol grounds called Capitol Site No. 1.

    *Born in 1879 on a large ranch in the Cherokee Nation near what later would become Oologah, Oklahoma, Will Rogers was first an Indian, a cowboy then a national figure. Will Rogers was a star of Broadway and 71 movies of the 1920s and 1930s, a popular broadcaster and wrote more than 4,000 syndicated newspaper columns.

    *The National Cowboy Hall of Fame is located in Oklahoma City.

    *Known as the Antique Capital of Oklahoma, Jenks is home to the state's best variety of: Antique Stores, Gift Shops, Galleries, Museums, Crafters Malls, and Collectibles.

    *Tahlequah, Oklahoma is the Tribal capital of the Cherokee Nation.

    *Spiro Mounds, Oklahoma's only archaeological park, is a 140-acre site encompassing 12 southern mounds that contain evidence of an Indian culture that occupied the site from 850 A.D. to 1450 A.D. The Mounds are considered one of the four most important prehistoric Indian sites east of the Rocky Mountains.

    *Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state, with over one million surface acres of water.

    *Oklahoma is tribal headquarters for 39 tribes.

    *Springs, streams and lakes are the attractions at Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the first national park in the state of Oklahoma.  Chickasaw lies in a transition zone where the Eastern deciduous forest and the Western prairies meet.

    Don't miss-----

    *The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center located in Duncan.  Kids can "ride" horses, dress up in the dress of days gone by.  Learn about life on the trail, try your hand at ropin' , find out what it means to be the trail boss, and make your own brand.

    *National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.  From Abraham Lincoln to advent of the car, this museum informs the visitor of the history of the cowboy. See the 18 foot sculpture of James Fraser's “End of the Trail”.   Visit the galleries and see original art in many forms.  One of the popular areas on the lovely grounds is the gallery dedicated to showing children what the live of the cowboy was like.  They can try on boots, spurs and chaps, They can prepare dinner at the chuck wagon and listen to the stories of real cowboys and rodeo participants.

    *Gilcrease Museum of the Americas.  A remarkable place.  Five gardens reflect five periods of the American West from Pre-Columbian to Pioneer to Colonial to Victorian to Rock.  There are museums and galleries reflecting the years covered in the gardens.


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