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Oklahoma Dept. of Commerce
International Trade & Investment Division
700 N. Greenwood
Tulsa, OK 74106
Tel/ Fax: (918)594-8412/ 594-8413
Color the Oklahoma Flag
1. Texas, Kansas, New Mexico, 9. True
Colorado, Missouri, Arkansas 10. Mistletoe, Redbud, Rose
2. True Rock, Scissor-Tailed
3. False Flycatcher, American Buffalo,
4. D, C, A, B Indian Blanket, Fiddle, White
5. False Bass, Mountain Boomer
6. Red People 11. Peace Pipe, Olive Branch
7. True 12. True
9. True or False? The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is the most
inland ice-free river port in the United States.
10. Circle the correct State Emblems:
Floral Emblem: Mistletoe Rose Tulip
Tree: Oak Apple Redbud
Rock: Granite Rose Rock Lava
Bird: Eagle Cardinal Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher
Animal: American Dog Cow
Wildflower: Corn Indian Milk Poppy Blanket Weed
Musical Instrument: Trumpet Piano Fiddle
Fish: Trout White Bass Catfish
Reptile: Mountain Alligator Rattlesnake Boomer
11. The Oklahoma flag features what two peace symbols?
12. True or False? On November 16,1907, Oklahoma became
the 46th state admitted to the United States.
The answers to this quiz are found on the last page of this booklet.
November 16,1907 -- the 46th state in the United States.
Positioned slightly south of the geographic center of the United States. Bordered by Texas, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Missouri and Arkansas.
69,903 sq. miles of land and water divided into 77 counties. The state of Oklahoma ranks 20th in the nation in size and offers a variety of features from western grassland plains to eastern forests and mountains. Oklahoma's countryside slopes gently from an elevation of 4,973 feet above sea level at Black Mesa in northwestern Oklahoma to 287 feet above sea level near Idabel in the southeast.
3,450,654 people (2000 Census) Oklahomaranks 27 out of the 50 states in population.
Oklahoma City (506,132)
Broken Arrow (74,859)
Oklahoma STATE EMBLEMS:
State Floral Emblem Mistletoe
The Oklahoma state flag honors more than 60 groups of Native Americans and their ancestors. The background of the flag is sky blue. In the center of the flag, an Osage warrior’s tan colored battle shield outlined in red is decorated with eagle feathers. Two symbols of peace lie across the shield. One is a white peace pipe with red tips. The other is a green olive branch. Crosses on the shield are Native American signs for stars, representing high ideals. The word “Oklahoma” is white. The state name comes from the Choctaw words “okla” meaning people, and “humma” meaning red, translated as “Red People.”
Oklahoma-made products are exported to the countries shown with the Oklahoma flag on the map above.
Europe with the Oklahoma flag on the map above.
Using the maps above and on the previous page, list 4 countries where Oklahoma products are exported:
Part of being an Oklahoman is having pride in your state. Here is a quiz to test how much you know about Oklahoma. Find the answers throughout the booklet. Good Luck!
1. List the six states that border Oklahoma.
2. True or False? Oklahoma offers a variety of features
from western grassland plains to eastern forests and
3. True or False? Oklahoma ranks 10th out of the
50 states in population.
4. Match the city with the population:
____ Oklahoma City A. 393,049
____ Lawton B. 74,859
____ Tulsa C. 92,757
____ Broken Arrow D. 506,132
5. True or False? Food Processing is the only major
industry in Oklahoma.
6. The word Oklahoma means:
“That’s My Home”
“I’m Okay at Home”
7. True or False? Oklahoma has approximately 500
Transportation Equipment, Petroleum and Coal Products, Machinery, Fabricated Metal, Food Processing, Electronic and Electrical Equipment, Administrative Services, Telecommunication Services.
Iodine (1st in US), Natural gas (3rd in US), petroleum (5th in US), gypsum (5th in US), coal, lumber, helium and sand.
Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state with over one million surface acres of water and 2,000 more miles of shoreline than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined. The state contains approximately 500 named rivers and streams. The two largest rivers are the Arkansas and theRed River. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is the most inland ice-free river port in America and is called Oklahoma’s “Waterway to the World.”
Wheat (4th in US), pecans (5th in US), peanuts (6th in US), peaches (8th in US),
soybeans, grain sorghum, alfalfa, corn, cotton.