The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Oklahoma: Which Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals Lived in Oklahoma?

The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Oklahoma

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Roman Nose State Park is located in Blaine County, north of Watonga, OK. The park opened in 1937 & was named after Chief Henry Roman Nose. Roman Nose State Park is one of the original seven Oklahoma state parks.

Roman Nose State Park

Roman Nose State Park in Watonga is one of Oklahoma's original seven state parks. There are plenty of hiking trails with beautiful destinations along the way.

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Robbers Cave State Park, Wilburton Oklahoma, USA. In the Sans Bois Mountains in Southeast Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma City OK Oklahoma Route 66 Old Historic town on the Route66 2011 Roads Building Signs Architecture Mother road | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Oklahoma wall decor, with the state painted in your choice of color! Indie Trunk STORE


Oklahoma Flag Wall Hanging. Cute to hang on the fence like your quilt blocks @Debbie Arruda Arruda Collins

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45 Best Things About Living In Oklahoma

Red Rock Canyon State Park in central Oklahoma is known for its red canyon walls and nature trails dotted with wild flowers.

Red Rock Canyon State Park

Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in northeast Oklahoma is the largest protected area of tallgrass prairie on Earth.

Tallgrass Prairie Preserve

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art will immerse you in the colors of Dale Chihuly's blown glass creations, modern art and traditional European and American works of art.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Turner Falls, Oklahoma. USA. Turner Falls is tucked away in the Arbuckle mountains of Oklahoma, and is that state’s oldest park.

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Roman Nose State Park - Oklahoma - This park has the biggest acorns I have ever seen. They are great for wreaths and general crafting!!

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Roman Nose State Park in northwest Oklahoma offers outdoor adventure and a beautiful new lodge.

Roman Nose State Park

Tracy Duke's picture comparing Oklahoma City in 1890 and 2013!

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i've never been to heaven, but i've been to oklahoma

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Yup in Oklahoma. One day you're burning up, next day you're shoveling snow.

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Oklahoma's largest lake, Lake Eufaula in eastern Oklahoma, also has some of the largest sunrises and sunsets.

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Did you know that #Oklahoma is home to the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that's open to the public? See it for yourself at Alabaster Caverns State Park in Freedom.

Alabaster Caverns State Park

The first girl scout cookies ever were sold in Muskogee in 1917. They were personally baked by the Mistletoe Troop, and the profits were used to send gifts to doughboys fighting World War I.

Statue of First Girl Scout Cookie Sale, Muskogee, Oklahoma

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Rose Dunn was guilty only of liking the company of outlaws. She was real (some have doubted she existed), and she became known as Rose of Cimarron when she was but 15 years old. There is controversy regarding the role she played in the big battle between lawmen and outlaws in Ingalls, Oklahoma Territory, in 1895. The photo is definitely from the 1890s.

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