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Oklahoma was formed in 1907 after land runs provided settlers with claims. But, drought set in during the 1930s, and dust storms and lack of work sent many Okies fleeing. Today, cattle and wheat farming have recovered, and oil and gas wells have sprung up throughout the state. Some tallgrass prairie areas still exist and bison still graze on those areas. The Red River forms the state's southern boundary, while High Plains are found in the panhandle area.
Authored by jeh.  Last updated 2015-10-06 07:50:48.
  • Oklahoma Map
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    Captioned gallery photo and description of the Oklahoma City skyline, with a puffy cumulus cloud overhead.
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    This Oklahoma map page includes a detailed, scalable road map of Oklahoma, as well as Interstate highway enumerations, scenic road highlights, and state road and transport links.
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