Tulsa, a city of 385,000 in northeastern Oklahoma, was for decades known as the “Oil Capital of the World.”

A band of Lockapoka Creek Indians, forced to move from Alabama, established a village in 1836 on the banks of the Arkansas River, at the ...

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