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Oklahoma has a large history. It was discovered in 1541 by Francisco Vásquez de Coronado who traveled through the state on his quest for the "Lost City of Gold". The area was claimed by French explorers in the 1700s. Because the country was not to be used (Should mean that it was not to be used | Then give it a try with "sterile" - in the agricultural sense ) at that time, nobody settled in Oklahoma.

The people preferred states like Florida, Alabama or Georgia, and Tennessee. Therefore, beginning in the 1820s, the amaricans who don’t like mixing of races and who wanted the land for themselves,transported brought50,000 Indian peoplesof five tribes to Oklahoma. As a result, approx. 4,000 to 8000 Cherokees died which resulted in the death of approx. 4,000 to 8,000 Cherokees,due to (<< due to) unsatisfactory nutrition (<< nutrition | look for undernourishment or malnutrition) and equipment. This resettlement is known today as the "Trail of Tears". In the Cherokee language, the event is called "Nunna daul Isunyi" ("The Trail Where We Cried"). A monument at the New Echota State Park in Georgia honors the Cherokees who died on the Trail of Tears. The survivors eventually recovered from the resettlement, and with their new institutions and cultural adaptations a period of rapid developments called the "Golden Age" of Indian Territory - began.

Between 1866 and 1889, in the era of the cowboys, ranches were built near by Oklahoma or settlers settled illegally in onIndian Territory. In 1889, the Congress opened up 2 million acres for white settlement (it was previously open only to Native Americans who were forced to leave their homelands), and the first of a number of land-runs began. The opening of the Indian lands in on Oklahoma Territory was of great interest to people across the United States. Usually, land was allocated to settlers on a first come. They broke the rules by crossing the border into the territory before it was allowed to be settled. Those settlers were called “Sooners” because they were crossing the border sooner - and also the reason for the state's official nickname (“The Sooner State”). On November 16th, 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state of the US.

In 1928, the discoveries of oil pools had helped Oklahoma to grow rapidly in population and make it to a rich state. Tulsa from that time on was known as the "Oil Capital of the World" for the most of the 20th century. In 1927 the businessman Cyrus Avery began the campain to create the "Route 66". The oversee of the planning of Route 66 was based in his hometown Tulsa. During the 1930s, the "Dust Bows", which was a series of dust storms causing major ecological and agricultural damage to America, sent thousands of farmers in areas of Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma into poverty. The "Dust Bows" ended in 1950. Many reservoirs and man-made lakes were build and during the 1960s 200 man-made lakes had been created - more than anywhere else nationwide. 1995 terrorists blow up a bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, a US government office complex in downtown Oklahoma City. It was until the September 11th attacks the deadliest act of terrorism on US 168 people died and over 800 people injured.

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In Oklahoma many famous peoples were born or lived and live there (also sentence structure, change it and it reads much more fluently):

- Will Rogers, actor (1889 to 1935):
Rogers was beloved by the Americans peopleother Whatthe top-paid movie star in Hollywood.
- Tommy Franks, United States General (born 1945)
- Brad Pitt, actor (born 1963):
Brad Pitt became famous during the mid 1990s.
- James Garner, actor (born 1928)
- Ron Howard, actor / director (born 1954)
- Vera Miles, actress (born 1929)
- Chuck Norris, actor (born 1940):
- Jeanne Tripplehorn, actress (born 1963)
- James Marsden, actor (born 1973)
- Troy Aikman, NFL star (born 1966)
- Johnny Bench, baseball legend (born 1947)
- Bill Goldberg, professional wrestler (born 1966)
- Mickey Mantle, baseball legend (1931 to 1955)
- Tommy Morrison, boxer (born 1969)

Oklahoma has more Indians than any other state of the U.S. and the most of they themare headquartered (I think it's called reservations, where they live ) in Oklahoma, too. (I would like to include a context here, but I can't think of a word that connects the sentences. | Write that the flag is reminiscent of the special Indian tradition) The Flag of Oklahoma consists of shows a traditional buffalo skin with seven eagle feathers, a peace pipe, an olive branch which representing the whites and a sky blue background.

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The Seal of Oklahoma consists of isa five-pointed star in a circle. The center of the star contains the Seal of the Territory of Oklahoma and the five rays of the star hold the seals of the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole). The small stars around the big star,representingthe other 45 states of the U.S.

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Oklahoma isn't only admits (?) Because of the Indians. It is the state of the cowboys, too. The National Cowboy Hall of Fame is located in Oklahoma City. And Besides, Oklahoma has the biggest cattle auction and meat processing house largest livestock auction, called National Stockyards in Stockyard City and serves as a primary source for meat processing called National Stockyards in Stockyard City, Oklahoma.

One of the most well best-known inventions,which appeared firstin Oklahoma first,were the shopping cart by Sylvan Goldman, the electric guitar by Bob Dunn and the first (first again?)? parking meter.