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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

Oklahoma map - Corn; Oil
Area: 70,057 sq. mi
Population: 1,657,155
Scenes: Corn; Oil

Reverse - Text

Oklahoma comprises the former Oklahoma and Indian Territories and No-Man's Land, and was admitted to the Union November 16, 1907. It is bounded by Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico and Colorado; gross area, 70,057 sq. miles; land area, 69,414 sq. miles; water area, 643 sq. miles; capital, Oklahoma City. The principal rivers are the Red and Arkansas.
     The surface of the State is mostly mountainous. The altitude ranges from 400 feet in the southeast to 3,500 feet in the northwest. The central valleys are wooded and the eastern section has large forests. The soil is exceptionally fertile.
     The principal farm crops are cotton, corn and wheat. Farm and ranch animals number several million. Your first cup will show you why there is more Arbuckles' sold than all other packaged coffees put together. Get a package today.
     The chief mineral resources are petroleum, coal and natural gas. The State ranks second in the production of petroleum.
     Cattle raising, mining and manufacturing are the principal industries.
     The climate of Oklahoma is mild, the average temperature being about 60 degrees.
     Population in 1910, 881,578 males and 775,577 females, of whom 1,616,713 were of native and 40,442 of foreign birth; white, 1,444,531; negro, 137,612; Indian, 74,825; Chinese, 139; Japanese, 48. Total population, 1,657,155.
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