46th State (November 16, 1907), the west U.S.
OK State Abbreviation:
Origin of name: From two Choctaw Indian words meaning red people.
Things to Know
The science behind this geological formation.
There are many Native Americans Tribes in Oklahoma:
The Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma
Major Rivers: Arkansas River, Canadian River,
Major Industries: farming, oil, natural gas
Oklahoma is one of the leaders in wheat and cattle production.
Other livestock products:
chickens, eggs, hogs, milk, sheep, turkeys and fish. Oklahoma is one of the leaders in the production of wheat.
Other crops: Hay, corn, cotton, grain sorghum, peanuts, soybeans, peaches and pecans.
(1829–1909), Native American leader Geronimo
(?-1868 ) Cheyenne chief Black Kettle
(1912-1967), songwriter and folk musician Woody Guthrie
(1931-1995 ), Hall of Fame catcher Mickey Mantle
Prima Ballerina Maria Tallchief,
in Oologah, Oklahoma. Will Rogers Birthplace
Sylvan Nathan Goldman
The grocery shopping cart inventor.
Things to Do
Oklahoma State Bird and
State Flower Printable Color Page.
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Sites to See
Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Kid Stuff
Coloring pages, arts and crafts, learn Native American games and more.
The Trail of Tears
Information on this tragic event in U.S. history.
Oklamona flag color page
Bison color page
color page Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
Raccoon color page
Things To Do-Other Sites
Oklahoma State Quarter
Read about the Oklahoma State
Quarter and print out the color page.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum--
Diamond R Ranch
Tours, songs, games, color pages, and more.