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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
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.
principal farm crops are cotton, corn and
wheat. Farm and ranch animals number
several million. Your first cup will show
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mineral resources are petroleum, coal and
natural gas. The State ranks second in
the production of petroleum.
raising, mining and manufacturing are the
of Oklahoma is mild, the average
temperature being about 60 degrees.
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
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