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City and State Information for Oklahoma

Oklahoma Facts, Statistics, and State Symbols

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Oklahoma

"Sooner State"

Motto
Labor omnia vincit (Labor conquers all things)
Capitol
Oklahoma City
Name Origin
From two Choctaw Indian words meaning “red people”
Statehood Date
Nov. 16, 1907 (46th)
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Official Symbols

A state's official symbols represent the composition and culture of the land and people who live and have lived here. Below are the symbols of Oklahoma along with the year they became official.

Flower Mistletoe (1893)
Tree Redbud (1937)
Bird Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher (1951)
Animal Bison (1972)
Reptile Mountain Boomer Lizard (1969)
Stone Rose Rock (Barite Rose) (1968)
Colors Green And White (1915)
Song “Oklahoma” (1953)
Beverage Milk
Butterfly Black Swallowtail
Fish White Or Sand Bass
Folk Dance Square Dance
Furbearer Raccoon
Game Animal White-Tailed Deer
Grass Indiangrass
Insect Honeybee
Musical Instrument Fiddle
Poem “Howdy Folks,” David Randolph Milsten
Waltz “Oklahoma Wind”
Wildflower Indian Blanket
Demographics
Population Density
50.3 people per square mile
Geography and Weather
Land Area
68,667 sq mi. (177,848 sq km)
Lowest Elevation
0 ft (0 m)
Average Elevation
1300 ft (396.24 m)
Highest Temperature Recorded
120°F (49°C) on June 27, 1994
Lowest Temperature Recorded
–27°F (–33°C) on January 18, 1930

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