Muskogee is 48 miles from Tulsa, in Muskogee County, and is the eleventh-largest city in Oklahoma. It is home to Northeastern State University and private liberal arts college Bacone College.
The city has great festivals and live music throughout the year and is home to the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. Muskogee has several parks and trails as well as lakes and rivers to enjoy the outdoors. Healthcare is a large part of the economy in Muskogee as well as industry and manufacturing. Local shops and restaurants thrive in the community and the residents support their city businesses.
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Here’s some cool information and fun facts about Muskogee, Oklahoma.
The first village was made by fur traders in 1806 and later a settlement was founded in 1817. The railroad came to town in 1872 and 26 years later the city was incorporated.
Charles N. Haskell pushed to expand the city into an industrial hub and built a large business block in the downtown area. He also expanded the railway, spurring more growth. The economy diversified with food processing and steel fabrication, putting Muskogee on the map and riding that success to today.
The total population of this robust American city is 37,113 people.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, The racial makeup is:
- 51.0% White
- 8.3% Hispanic
- 15.8% African American
- 15.8% Native American
- 0.8% Asian
The median household income is $38,885.
- Country song “Okie from Muskogee” was released by Merle Haggard in 1969. The song was about being proud to be a patriot from middle America.
- American Idol winner and country superstar Carrie Underwood was born in Muskogee.
- Illustrator Keith Birdsong was born and grew up in Muskogee. He is best known for drawing the covers of Star Trek novels.
- The Oklahoma School for the Blind is located in Muskogee. It serves the entire state of Oklahoma.
- US Air For pilot James Jabara was born in Muskogee. He was the first American “Jet Ace” having shot down enemy planes in WW II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
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