Oklahoma has a long history of Native American involvement, both before white settlers began to move in and during the relocation and resettlement of native people. The state was developed out of “Indian Territory” and saw many boundary modifications over time. It served as a migration point for many native tribes during its early years, and became a relocation point for Indians as white settlement and treaties moved them out of eastern states. This long history of Native American residence is what inspired the name “Oklahoma” a Chickasaw word meaning “red people.”
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