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Oklahoma Early History
First Early Inhabitants of Oklahoma
Early history examines the archaeological record that tells the story of the first inhabitants of Oklahoma. Learn about the prehistory and culture of the first early inhabitants, and what lessons it might teach us about the early history of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma First Early Inhabitants
Early History of Native Americans in Oklahoma
The Indigenous People of Oklahoma
The first known inhabitants of Oklahoma were the Osage, Quapaw, Caddo, Wichita, Waco, Tawakony, Kiowa, Comanche, the Apache, and several other tribes of Indians.
Before the white man entered the region that is now the state of Oklahoma, several tribes of Indians lived in or ranged over the land. Plains Indians including the Kiowa, Apache, Ute, and Comanche occupied the western part of the region. They were nomadic hunters who followed the huge herds of buffalo that grazed on the grasslands.
US History Overview
The United States of America is located in the middle of the North American continent with Canada to the north and the United Mexican States to the south. The United States ranges from the Atlantic Ocean on the nation's east coast to the Pacific Ocean bordering the west, and also includes the state of Hawaii, a series of islands located in the Pacific Ocean, the state of Alaska located in the northwestern part of the continent above the Yukon, and numerous other holdings and territories