"Labor omnia vincit"  
      "Labor Conquers All Things"

Date Admitted:  1907 (46th) 
Capital:  Oklahoma City 
Largest City:  Oklahoma City 
Population:  3,317,091 
State Song:  "Oklahoma" 
State Bird:  Scissor-tailed Flycatcher 
State Tree:  Eastern Redbud 
State Flower:  Mistletoe 
Nickname:  The Sooner State 
State Constitution:  Oklahoma Constitution 
Official State Web Page:  Oklahoma 
Department of Education:  Schools 
Electronic Library:  Oklahoma  

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Links of Interest: 

News and Media 
   Oklahoma Radio & TV Online 
   Oklahoma Living 
   GTR Newspapers 
   Oklahoma Indian Times 
   Oklahoma Press Association 
   National Weather Service 
      Tulsa, OK 

Travel and Tourism 
   Oklahoma Native America 
   Betty & Jim's Oklahoma  
      Data Page 
   Surfin' Oklahoma 

History and Community 
   Oklahoma Arts Council 
   History of Oklahoma Lawmen  
      and Outlaws 
   Fur Trade in Indian Territory 
   North Central Oklahoma  
      Historical Association 
   Addressing Violence in  
   Oklahoma Conservation  
   Chickasaw National 
      Recreation Area 
   Ouachita National Forest 
   National Parks Foundation Guide 
   Little Sahara State Park 
   Oklahoma State Parks  
      and Resorts 
   Oklahoma Tourism and  
      Recreation Department 


            Adopted in 1925 
            Amended in 1941 
            Amended in 1988 

Elected Officials  
        Frank Keating 
        James Inhofe 
        Don Nickles 
        Steve Largent -- 1st District  
        Tom Coburn -- 2nd District  
        Wes Watkins -- 3rd District  
        J.C. Watts, Jr. -- 4th District  
        Ernest J. Istook, Jr. -- 5th District 
        Frank Lucas -- 6th District