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Federated state of south-central USA, 181,186 km², 3,579,212 residents (2006
estimate), 20 residents/km², capital: Oklahoma
City. Borders: Kansas (N), Missouri (NE), Arkansas (E), Texas (S, SW), New
Mexico (W), Colorado (NW).
The horizontal lines prevail in the landscape, interrupted to the E by the
paleozoic reliefs of the Boston and Ouachita mountains: the territory gradually
rises from the 87 m of the south-eastern sector, which falls within the coastal
plain washed by the Gulf of Mexico, to 1516 m of the Black Mesa, the highest
mountain in Oklahoma, located at the northwestern end of the state. The main
rivers are Arkansas, with the Neosho, Verdigris, Salt Fork, Cimarron and
Canadian tributaries, and the Red River, which forms the southern border of the
state, and to which the Washita and Kiamichi rivers pay. Numerous artificial
lakes (Eufaula, Texoma, etc.), created by barring the course of some of the
major rivers. The climate is subtropical, humid, with hot summers and mild
winters; rainfall varies from 1200 mm per year in the eastern sector to 400 mm
per year in the western sector. Economic resources are agriculture (wheat,
cotton, sorghum, corn, peanuts), hindered by the phenomena of soil erosion,
breeding (cattle, pigs, sheep), forest exploitation and especially that of the
subsoil, rich in oil, natural gas, coal, copper and silver; the industries are
active in the petrochemical, food, wood, mechanical, textile and
graphic-publishing sectors. Major cities are, besides the
capital, Tulsa, Norman, Lawton, Broken Arrow, Midwest City, Edmond and Enid.
Originally part of Louisiana, it was initially inhabited exclusively by
Indians, belonging to the so-called Five Nations, to which Congress in 1834 had
reserved the territory. After 1870, pressure was exerted on Congress to
authorize white settlements in the region, an authorization that was granted in
1889. Established in the Territory in 1890, it became State of the Union in
Below you will see top cities in Oklahoma. Visit
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City (472,221 residents in 1998; 1,026,657 residents the metropolitan area
in 1996), and capital of the State of Oklahoma (USA), 300 km NNW of Dallas, 305
m on the North Canadian River. Located near rich oil fields, discovered in 1928,
it is an important road and railway junction, a commercial center and home to
the petrochemical, chemical, metallurgical, mechanical, textile, food,
electrotechnical, wood and graphic-publishing industries. International
airport. The city also plays an important cultural role: the medical and legal
institutions of the University of Oklahoma (founded in 1892; the rest of the
faculties are in Norman).
City (381,393 residents in 1998; 756,493 residents the metropolitan area in
1996) of the State of Oklahoma (USA), 130 km to ENE of Oklahoma City, to which
it is connected by rail, 245 m on the left of the Arkansas River. Located near
rich oil and natural gas fields, it is an important commercial center with
petrochemical, metalworking, iron and steel, chemical and food industries. It is
home to numerous oil companies and an international oil
exhibition. University. Airport. Founded in 1879, it had great development
starting in 1901, when oil fields were discovered.
City (80,100 residents) of Oklahoma (USA), 25 km SSE of Oklahoma City, 350
m to the left of the Canadian River. Agricultural and livestock market, with
food and textile industries, is home to the University of Oklahoma (1890).
City (80,100 residents) of the State of Oklahoma (USA), 130 km SW of
Oklahoma City, 340 m at the southeastern slopes of the Wichita
Mountains. Agricultural (cereals, cotton) and livestock market with food,
tanning, paper and cement industries; nearby, oil and natural gas fields and
granite quarries. Airport.
City (50,400 residents) of the State of Oklahoma (USA), 105 km NNW
of Oklahoma City. Agricultural market with petrochemical and food
industries. Phillips University is based there.