Small, gently rolling mountain ranges occasionally break up the otherwise endless prairies in this Great Plains place. Over two dozen Native American languages are spoken across Oklahoma, which features more native residents than every other state. More than two out of three residents of this state live in just two cities, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The state was once a critical route for cattle drives, and settlers came from the east when homesteaders were allowed to come here after 1889. Modern Oklahoma produces things like wheat, oil, and natural gas.