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State of Oklahoma
Official State Seal

Population:
3,361,642

Under 18:
899,507

Over 65:
480,140

Employed:
2,708,144

Land in SM:
68,667.06

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
33,826,661

Births:
51,801

Deaths:
36,180

Infant Deaths:
300

Property Crime:
125,384

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How to Find My Choctaw Ancestors | eHow

Record all the data you have collected using genealogy software or a good organizational system such as creating a ... Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture;
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How to Find My Mississippi Choctaw Ancestors | eHow

Determine where your Mississippi Choctaw ancestors lived after 1830. It is important to find out if they went to what is now Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears, as the ...
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How to Trace Osage Indian Ancestry | eHow

How to Trace Osage Indian Ancestry. Tracing your family’s history can be an interesting and enjoyable hobby for anyone. If you have Native American heritage ...
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How to Prove That You 're Cherokee | eHow

How to Prove That You're Cherokee. Proving Cherokee ancestry is possibly the key to unlock federal and scholarship benefits as well as knowledge of your family's history.
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How to Explore Your Cherokee Ancestry | eHow

How to Explore Your Cherokee Ancestry. The Cherokee Nation once encompassed large portions of the southern United States. In the late 1830s, the Cherokee were removed ...
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