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The Sooner State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Oklahoma
Unofficial nickname. Nickname comes from the opening of the territory in 1889 to settlers. Some of these came early in this rush to settle and were called "The Sooners."
Oklahoma
   state capital is   
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma
   has the   
Sooners
Norman, Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
   has the   
Cowboys
Stillwater
Oklahoma
   plays in the   
Big 12
Norman, Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
   plays in the   
Big 12
Stillwater
A Sooner
   lives in   
Oklahoma
The name was derived from the "sooner clause" of the Indian Appropriation Act, which disallowed the occupation of the Unassigned Lands prior to their being open for settlement.
Arkansas River
   runs through   
Oklahoma
Red River
   runs through   
Oklahoma
I-44
   crosses   
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
   has the state flower   
Mistletoe
Oklahoma
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
OK
People Will Say We’re In Love
   comes from the musical   
Oklahoma
Rodgers & Hammerstein
   composed the musical   
Oklahoma (1943)
1946
   champions were   
Oklahoma A&M
1945
   champions were   
Oklahoma A&M
Oklahoma
   has the motto   
"Labor Conquers All Things"
Baja Oklahoma (TV) (1988)
   she played   
Candy Hutchins
Reba McEntire
   was born in   
McAlester, Oklahoma
Oklahoma
   flag is   

This flag honours more than 60 groups of Native Americans.
Oklahoma
   has the telephone area code   
580
Ride Rangers
   is the fight song of   
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Boomer Sooner
   is the fight song of   
University of Oklahoma
Ride 'Em Cowboys
   is the fight song of   
Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma City FTC
   is situated in   
Oklahoma
Unique among prison facilities, the OKC Federal Transfer Center is situated next to an airport runway so that Federal Prison Planes (called Con Air by inmates) can pull up to receiving ramps and off load prisoners directly into the facility.
Oklahoma City
   has an N.B.A. team called the   
Thunder
Previously known as the Seattle Sonics. A 1967 expansion team Now the Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma
   has   
A Scissortail Flycatcher
Joined union in 1907, quarter released in 2008
Bixby, Norman, Andarko
   are all   
Cities in Oklahoma
Ouachita National Forest
   is situated in   
Arkansas / Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma
   is situated in   
Norman
United States
Oklahoma State University
   is situated in   
Stillwater
United States
U.S.S. Oklahoma
      
Capsized at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
Commissioned May 1916 -- BB-37
University of Oklahoma
   has   
Sooner Schooner
Is a scaled down replica of the Conestoga wagon
You're the Reason God Made _____
   -   
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City Bombing, First Planet Outside Solar System Found, OJ Simpson Found Innocent
   are all   
Major Events of 1995
Oklahoma City
   is situated in   
Oklahoma
Archdiocese
Tulsa
   is situated in   
Oklahoma
The Flag of the State of Oklahoma (1911-1925) U.S.A.
   was this:   

Will Rogers World
   International Airport is in   
Oklahoma City, U.S.A.
Is the principal commercial airport of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
Billy Donovan
   is Head Coach of   
Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma
   has the state butterfly   
Black Swallowtail
Oklahoma Panhandle State University
   is in   
Goodwell
Oklahoma State University
   is in   
Stillwater
Flagship institution of the Oklahoma State University system
University of Oklahoma
   is in   
Norman
Whip McCord
   was played by Humphrey Bogart in   
The Oklahoma Kid (1939)
Tishomingo
   is located in   
Oklahoma
Sequoyah
   is located in   
Oklahoma
Protects a variety of habitats: woodlands, wetlands, flooded fields and cropland
Wichita Mountains
   is located in   
Oklahoma
Hosts a rare remnant of mixed-grass prairie that escaped the plow
Daniel F. Somers
   was played by John Wayne in   
In Old Oklahoma (1943)
My Oklahoma
   was performed by   
Steve Young
1972






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