What is there to do in Oklahoma?
That totally depends on where you are going. I would suggest looking up Discover Oklahoma. There is a lot to see and do here. Tulsa is much nicer than OKC too.
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Oklahoma was part of the Louisana Purchase originally. From there it went to the United States, to the Native Americans, was then taken away from the Native Americans again by the United States and given away for free to settlers, and now is portioned off in pieces to private owners and also to Nati…ve Americans. (MORE)
The state's name is derived from the Choctaw words okla and humma , meaning "red people"
All Battleships in the US Navy were given the names of States. Cruisers were named after Cities.
Oklahoma has many earthquakes, usually three or under three on the Richter scale, which means you likely won't feel anything.
Oklahoma gets a large number of tornadoes because there are often colliding air masses of different temperatures and/or dew points. These collisions often produce severe thunderstorms. The region that Oklahoma is in, called Tornado Alley, also gets a lot of wind shear. Wind shear occurs when wind at… high altitude blows at a different speed and/or direction. This creates horizontal vortices of air that, when turned vertical, give a storm the spin it needs to produce a tornado. (MORE)
Sooner State. . Even before the land was thrown open to white settlement, many early settlers snuck across the border and made claims there. When the first official settlers were allowed across, they found these "sooners" already in possession of the land that they were hoping to take. This led… to the state being called the Sooner State . Oklahoma is known as the Sooner State. In the Land Run of 1889,land was available on a first come, first serve basis. People whobroke the rules and attempted to acquire the land prior to theofficial start of the Land Run were called "Sooners". The namestuck. (MORE)
According to the US Census Bureau, the estimated 2013 population ofOklahoma is 3,850,568. There are about 54 people per square mile.
Oklahoma was famous for the land rush. It also was the end of theTrail of Tears.
Oklahoma is a landlocked state in south central United States. Itis bordered by 6 states; Texas on the south, New Mexico on thewest, Colorado on the northwest, Kansas on the north, Missouri onthe northeast, and Arkansas on the east.
The current Governor of Oklahoma is Mary Fallin (R). Fallin assumed office as the 27th Governor of Oklahoma on January 10, 2011. Mary Falin is the governor of Oklahoma.
Your first step in obtaining a surety bond in Oklahoma is to contact a surety agent that is familiar with the bonding process. There will be an underwriting process associated with obtaining the surety bond but the surety agent will be able to assist you with more detailed information.
Yes. A panhandle is a long piece of land that extends from the main part of the state that is not a peninsula.
Well I don't think this Q is hard but now they should have an answer for it so good luck.
The name Oklahoma comes from the Choctaw Indian phrase okla homma, literally meaning red people.
The abreveation for Oklahoma is OK. Dah . The abreveation for Oklahoma is OK. Dah
No, it has a climate similar to the Meditteranean, Sub-tropical climate. It's not like Egypt or Saudi Arabia though.
Oklahoma is located in the Great Plains of the United States. It issouth of Kansas and north of the state of Texas.
The Official State Mammal is the American Bison, which is both fitting and apppropriate. The Official State Meal which is a culinary and dietary disaster. Why have four Official State songs when only "Oklahoma" is universally recognized? Milk is the official state drink and that won't create m…uch excitement. The generic watermelon is the states "vegetable" and their Black Diamond Melon is the best in the world. The Eastern Redbud isn't much among trees. The scissor tailed flycatcher is an interesting choice when they devote so much time and energy touting turkey hunting which is the state gamebird. The state fruit is the strawberry. They name a state flower (Oklahoma Rose), state wildflower (Indian Blanket) and state floral emblem (mistletoe). Oklahoma has a state rock (Rose Rock), state insect (honeybee), state butterfly (Black Swallowtail) and English is the official anguage. (MORE)
The Will Rogers Airport is listed as 1,295 feet above sea level, thanks to PMIUSA.biz.
Scientific data on the subject can be a bit flaky for the state of Oklahoma, some saying they don't occur anywhere in the state, while other sources say they occure in the pan handle of Oklahoma. Such things as birds ranges and habitats can be hard to keep track of, but with ravens preferring more h…ill and mountainous areas with cliffs for nesting, most of Oklahoma is left out of that bill. However, on rare occasions one of these birds can be spotted far from its range meandering parts of Oklahoma, though its more likely to be a common crow. (MORE)
At this moment (12:28 PM on November 7, 2009), it's 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) and sunny with no clouds.
Norman, Oklahoma. However, there is a branch in Tulsa, OK, and the OU Health Sciences Center is in Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial and Bricktown are a couple of the most known attractions.
Nope. I went looking for them. My teacher said they didn't exist, either. However, there is a well preserved, extinct cinder cone volcano in New Mexico just a few miles from Oklahoma's panhandle. It is called Capulin Volcano.
The old ghost town of Wildman, OK was located 15 miles south and 7 miles east of Hobart.
The Oklahoma Legislature kept adding favorite dishes to its list of Official State Symbols until it came up with a virtual banquet. The Official State Meal includes: . Barbecue Pork, . Chicken Fried Steak, . Biscuits and Sausage Gravy, . Cornbread, . Grits, . Black-eyed Peas, . Corn, . Fried… Okra, . Squash, . Strawberries and . Pecan Pie. (MORE)
You can probably say that it still exists. Because she still rests on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and California. Sunk during the Pearl Harbor attack, she was raised and sold for re-cycling (scrapping). She sunk while be towed to California in about 1946.
the elevation in Oklahoma city is kind of high and kind of low. Answer: The elevation in Oklahoma City ranges between 1,050 and 1,334 feet above sea level.
It is the 28th most populated state, the 36th most densely populated state, the 20th largest state and it was the 46th state to join the Union. Oklahoma is the 5th largest wheat and beef producing state and is the 2nd largest natural gas producer.
well you can do almost everything the same like hike baseball football hockey basketball and more it is just like every other city
directly in the middle of the state. where interstates 40, 44, and 35 all intersect each other.
Yes, in fact Oklahoma has more tornado per ten thousand square miles than anywhere else.
It snows everywhere in the state, although it is considerably more common in western and north central parts (15-20 inches annually) than the southeastern part of the state where it is least common (about 4 inches a year).
When hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans the Hornets relocated to OKC for the 05-06 and 06-07 seasons. It did so well in OKC the NBA took notice and decided to move the Seattle Super Sonics to OKC. Oklahoma City Thunder Est. 2008
I recomend going to your local Toys R us but it will cost a bit more there. However if worse comes to worse you can always go to the offical Lego website and order it from there.
No, Oklahoma is a state, Tennessee is a state. Oklahoma is a full two states away. Going west from Tennessee, you go across Arkansas, then the next state is Oklahoma.
i live in Oklahoma where its illegal and its BS. just order it off the internet. get the 40x. its the best.
Most likely it is because the USA is being blanketed more and more by electromagnetic fields and radio frequencies.....the wireless two-way transmitter cell-phone substations called "smart"meter operate 24 hours a day and are harmful to all forms of life. People may say nothing has changed, the sea… gulls have always been here....but I believe my eyes, having a flock of sea gulls living in an Oklahoma park is definitely not something that used to happen. (MORE)
one interesting fact is that oklahoma has a famouse baketball team called "oklahoma city thunder"
Just about everywhere on Earth can have earthquakes. Some locations are more known for it than others, but it turns out that one of the largest earthquakes ever in the United States was in Missouri, a location not particularly noted for being earthquake-prone. Anywhere there's a fault, there can be… earthquakes. The recent (November 2011) Oklahoma quakes occurred along the Wilzetta fault. (MORE)
Good question. The answer to who found Oklahoma city is Choctaw chief actually known as Allen wright thank you for your question answered by: Brittney Hernandez
Oklahoma got its name from a Choctaw chief, named Allen wright. He suggested the name in 1866, from the Indian words "Okla 'homa" which means " red people" But also the nickname of Oklahoma is the sooner state. and that is how Oklahoma got it's name .
Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona make up the southwestern part of the united states.
Ada OK is only a 25 minute or so drive from OKC. Used to drive there all the time to see friends and whatnot back in 1973. Loved it, nice place to raise a kid or a goat.
No, it is not. Texas and Oklahoma are neighboring states of theUnited States, and they are not the same. Oklahoma does share aborder with Texas; there is also a Texas County in Oklahoma. Butwhen you are talking about Texas, you are talking about a separatestate, which is not part of Oklahoma at all.… (MORE)
No, Oklahoma is on Central Time and during part of the year it's onDaylight Savings Time other parts of the year it's on CST.
The address of the Oklahoma Heritage Association is: 1400 Classen Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73106-6614
The address of the Oklahoma Railway Museum is: 3400 Ne Grand Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73111-4417
The address of the Preservation Oklahoma is: 405 Nw 15Th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103-3503
The address of the Oklahoma History Center is: 800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73105-7917