Oklahoma (OK)


Quick Facts

Capital City: Oklahoma City 

Abbreviation:  OK

Population (2019):  3,850,568; Rank: 28 of 50 | Population Quick Facts

Region:   West

Bordering States: The State of Oklahoma has 6 neighbors namely, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas , Missouri, New Mexico and Texas.

Admission to Statehood:  November 16, 1907 (46th State)

State Motto:  Oklahoma – In God We Trust!

State Nickname:  Sooner State

Origin of State Name:  Based on Choctaw Indian words for “red man

Sports Teams: Find the best High School, College, League, and Professional sports teams of Oklahoma State

Area Codes:  405, 539, 580, 918

Zip Codes:  Oklahoma Zip Codes

Famous People:  Find out all the information about the famous people born in Oklahoma

State Symbols

Bird:  Scissor-tailed Flycatcher | List of State Birds

Animal:  American Bison (bison bison)

State Fruit:  Strawberry

State Rock:  Barite Rose

Flag:  The Oklahoma state flag honors more than 60 groups of Native Americans and their ancestors. The blue field comes from a flag carried by Choctaw soldiers during the civil war. The center shield is the battle shield of an Osage warrior. It is made of buffalo hide and decorated with eagle feathers. Two symbols of peace lie across the shield. One is the calumet, or peace pipe. The other is an olive branch. Crosses on the shield are Native American signs for stars, representing high ideals. Get this Flag

Flower:  Mistletoe (Phoradendron serotinum) | Other State Flowers

Soil:  Port

Song:  “Oklahoma” | Words by: Oscar Hammerstein | Music by: Richard Rodgers Other State Songs | Sheet Music

Tree: Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) | Other State Trees

Quarter:  Oklahoma Quarter | List of State Quarters



Oklahoma on a US map



  • Area: 69,903 sq.mi (181,048 sq.km.), 20th
  • Land: 68,679 sq.mi. (177,878 sq.km.), 19th
  • Water: 1,224 sq.mi. (3,170 sq.km.), 29th

Largest Cities: Oklahoma City | Tulsa | Norman | Broken Arrow | Lawton | Edmond | Moore | Midwest City | Enid | Stillwater

Highest Point:  Black Mesa ; 4,973 feet, ( 1,516 m.) 23rd tallest

Lowest Point:  Oklahoma; 287 feet, 33rd lowest

Geographic Center:  8 miles north of Oklahoma City

Blank Outline Maps: Find printable blank map of the State of Oklahoma , without names, so you can quiz yourself on important locations, abbreviations, or state capital.

City Guide:  Visit Oklahoma City Guide for a look at geography, local history, architecture, and culture.

National Parks:   Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Fort Smith National Historic Site
Oklahoma City National Memorial
Washita Battlefield National Historic Site



State Government

Governor:  Kevin Stitt  (R)

Senators:  James Lankford (R) Jim Inhofe (R)

Representatives:  House, Senate

Constitution:  Oklahoma’s Constitution 

Government Offices Directory:  Find all information here at the Oklahoma government offices directory

Electoral College Votes:  7 votes

Vital Records: Find out all the information about the vital records for the state of Oklahoma



    • Agriculture: Cattle, wheat, milk, poultry, cotton.
    • Industry: Transportation equipment, machinery, electric products, rubber and plastic products, food processing.
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