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Oklahoma is the birthplace of Woodie Guthrie, who was named after Woodrow Wilson and who would grow up to write "This Land is Your Land," protesting against inequality and serving as an alternate national anthem for God Bless America. The state, which has 3.58 million residents (who are also collectively known as "Okies" or "Sooners"), is in some ways a microcosm of the greater United States; different regions of the country are represented in different regions of the state: the southeast corner of the state has a distinctly Southern vibe, the western region of Guymon, Oklahoma gives a cowboy-hat-tip to the Wild West with its annual Pioneer Days Celebration and Rodeo, and many parts of the state pay due attention and respect to Native Americans, whose population in the state is smaller only than the population of Native Americans in California. The Cherokee nation, which includes 70,000 people in the state alone, is located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Larger cities in which you can find apartments for rent include the capital, Oklahoma City; Tulsa, and Norman, while noteworthy colleges in the state near which you can find apartments include Oklahoma Baptist University; Oklahoma Wesleyan University; the University of Tulsa; and Oklahoma State University. The state is unusually abundant in both natural gas and oil. Searching for things to do when you visit or move? Visit the Gene Autry or Will Rogers Museums, swim, boat, hike or cycle at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, or visit the stunning Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.

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