Travel to U.S.: Oklahoma: Oklahoma's Small Towns: Photo 1
All told, Oklahoma has about 3.3 million people. The number's been pretty stable over the last 20 years, with losses during most of the 1980s countered by very modest growth during the 90s. Of the 3 million, almost 2 million live in greater Oklahoma City (1 million), Tulsa (775,000), or Lawton (113,000). All the state's seven cities with a population exceeding 50,000 are in those metropolitan areas, which leaves about 1.5 million people scattered in places smaller than 50,000. Here's a main-street building in one of them, Tecumseh, population 5,900 (Pottawatomie County). It's suggestive of the urban aspirations of the state's founders--and of the scramble to put obsolete buildings to some use before they're abandoned altogether.
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