Oklahoma is in South Central America. The population is approximately 3,687,050 making it the 28th most populous and 20th-largest state. The name Oklahoma comes from the Choctaw words okla and humma, which means “red people.” Today it is also referred to as The Sooner State and is home to the production of natural gas, oil and agriculture. It generally provides for a high quality of life since it is among the country’s fastest growing economies and ranks in the top states per capita vis-à-vis income growth and GDP. The land of Oklahoma comprises prairie, eastern forests and small mountain ranges. There are more than 25 Native American languages spoken there (which is the most in any American state).