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Culture Map Of Oklahoma

Posted on 7/8/24 at 4:53 pm
Posted by Yukons Worst
Member since Jun 2022
449 posts
Posted on 7/8/24 at 4:53 pm
Do you agree with the map or would you change anything?

Posted by SWOK Sooner
Member since Dec 2019
844 posts
Posted on 7/8/24 at 7:47 pm to
Seems about right
Posted by Gunga Din
Oklahoma
Member since Jul 2020
1666 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 11:32 am to
I'd put the rest of what was in the Cherokee Strip into "Kansas" culture...

Simply because it was northern wheat farmers and foreign people who came to Oklahoma to grow wheat that settled that area. It isn't west Texas culture in a place like Alva or Enid, or Fairview, or Kingfisher. Not even close.

Panhandle is interesting because historically it was a mixed bag of Texans and people from Kansas and Nebraska.

As far as western Oklahoma proper... I suppose you could call it "west Texas" culture... but for some reason... a lot of Missourians settled the old Cheyenne Arapaho lands.
Posted by Boomer88
BA, OK
Member since Sep 2020
11 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 3:34 pm to
A large portion of the Green and Blue are historically known as Lil Dixie

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Posted by OldTimer846
Jerusalem Oklahoma
Member since Nov 2021
142 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 4:07 pm to
Wrong.. I live in southern Oklahoma and we are nothing like Tx. The Red River makes a difference.
Posted by Cimarron
Member since Jun 2024
19 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 6:45 pm to
quote:

A large portion of the Green and Blue are historically known as Lil Dixie


Correct, because those counties grew cotton and had a large number of people moving from Southern states during and after the Civil War.
Posted by SoonerTime73
Member since Jun 2024
26 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 10:30 pm to
I don’t agree with the Midwest part at all. Might just be purple without the “Midwest”
Posted by IamNotaRobot
OKC
Member since Nov 2021
291 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 3:56 pm to
South/SE OK is definitely a world of its own.
Posted by scrybe
Oklahoma
Member since Aug 2023
53 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 4:49 pm to
Not really. Just country folks with a penchant for kicking UT hiney (Yeah, the other UT too).
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