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Hyatt Regency Tulsa
100 East 2nd Street
Tulsa, OK 74103

Doubletree Hotel Tulsa Downtown
616 West 7th Street
Tulsa, OK 74127

Hotel Ambassador
1324 South Main
Tulsa, OK 74119

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tulsa
2316 West Cameron
Tulsa, OK 74127

Hampton Inn Tulsa - Sand Springs
7852 West Parkway Boulevard
Tulsa, OK 74127

Super 8 Motel Tulsa Airport
6616 East Archer Street
Tulsa, OK 74115

Comfort Inn Airport
6730 East Archer Street
Tulsa, OK 74115

La Quinta Inn & Suites Tulsa Airport
23 North 67 East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74115 US

Best Western Sand Springs Inn
211 South Lake Drive
Sand Springs, OK 74063 US

Days Inn Tulsa Airport South
6730 East Archer Street
Tulsa, OK 74115

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About Downtown Tulsa

What is now Tulsa, Oklahoma, used to be known as Indian Territory. These lands were the area reserved for the Muscogee, Cherokee, Seminole, Chickasaw and Choctaw after their removal from their ancestral lands in 1830. The Indian Removal Act made it possible for the United States government to remove these five groups of people to Tulsa where they began to farm the land.

The cattle industry was the first large industry to take hold in Tulsa, and it benefited from the building of the railroad in the late 19th century. The city continued to grow with the Presbyterian Church building a school for the children in 1884 that would eventually be taken over by the city's government in 1898. As they discovered that they needed more and more land, the government forced treaties on the Indian population that were detrimental to them and reduced the size of their lands.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Tulsa's fortunes began to improve with a six-year oil boom from 1901 to 1907. It experienced a second oil boom that lasted even longer between 1915 and 1930 when the population began to surge. Tulsa is where the famous oilman J. Paul Getty maintained his business's headquarters and also had a gorgeous mansion built.

They are looking to the future in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with an undertaking that has its eye on the year 2025. One of the projects is to build the Bank of Oklahoma (BOK) Center that will have 19,100 seats. It will be able to accommodate sporting events as well as concerts and anything that would be appropriate for the venue. It is one way that Tulsa hopes to revitalize the community. The city also has plans to work with the Indian Nations Council of Government to complete dams for the city's river.