Tulsa, also called the Green Country, is a beautiful city in the heart of the U.S.

The period of the 1950s and 60s saw Tulsa expand its physical limits. Small towns that had once been suburbs of the city were annexed as the city limits expanded to the south and east. Cultural institutions including Gilcrease Museum, Philbrook Museum and Tulsa Ballet established national reputations and numerous cultural and philanthropic organizations flourished.

While the rest of the nation suffered through the oil crisis and weak economy of the 1970s and early 1980s, Tulsa enjoyed a period of economic prosperity and a strengthening of its cultural and civic identity. With the oil bust of the mid 1980s, Tulsa's economy took a downturn, but economic diversification, promising new technologies, and an abundant supply of natural gas will ensure the community's continued success.

As Tulsa prepares to enter the 21st Century, it enjoys the reputation as one of Americas most livable cities.

Need to learn more… Take a look at the following Tulsa related websites.

Tulsa World

Tulsa Metro Chamber (Click for a short movie)


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