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The Oklahoma state capital is Oklahoma City.

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73069, 73070, 73071, 73072

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Norman is approximately 93,068 (1999), 110925 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 35,650 (1990), 44661 (2010).

The amount of land area in Norman is 458.499 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Norman is almost 200 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 32.369 sq kilometers.
The distance from Norman to Washington DC is 1180 miles. The distance to the Oklahoma state capital is 19 miles. (as the crow flies)
Norman is positioned 35.22 degrees north of the equator and 97.34 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Norman elevation is 1,170 feet above sea level.
Norman per capita income is $13,690.
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Norman location: 17 miles south of the state capital, Oklahoma City.

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Climate & Weather

The climate for Norman is seasonal
Norman average annual rainfall is 33 inches per year
Norman average annual snowfall is 10 inches per year.
Norman average temperature is 60.7 degrees F.
The average low temperature is (January) 36.9 degrees F.
The average high temperature is (July) 79.9 degrees F.
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Norman history:

In 1870, the United States Land Office contracted with a professional engineer to survey much of Oklahoma territory. Abner E. Norman, a young surveyor, became chairman and leader of the central survey area in Indian territory. The surveyor's crew burned the words "NORMAN'S CAMP" into an elm tree near a watering hole to taunt their younger supervisor. When the "SOONERS" (those who headed west before the offical Land Run date, April 22, 1889) and the other settlers arrived in the heart of Oklahoma, they kept the name "NORMAN." Today, with 87,500 residents, Norman is the third largest city in the state.
The settling of Norman: 1889
The incorporation date of Norman: 13 May 1891

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Norman attractions:

To receive a re-location packet about Norman, please go to the following website:

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
410 W. Boyd Street
on the campus of the University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma 73019
Phone: 405- 325-3272
Fax: 405-325-7696

Cleveland County Historical Society and Historical House Museum
508 N. Peters Ave.
Norman, Oklahoma
Admission: Free
Phone: 405-321-0156
A home built in the Queen Anne Architectural style in 1900.

The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
2401 Chautauqua Avenue
Norman, Oklahoma 73072
Phone: (405) 325-4712
Fax: (405) 325-7699

Information on Norman, Oklahoma from Norman Civicnet

NormanNow - The Online Information, Entertainment, Business and Shopping Resource for Norman, Oklahoma

Firehouse Art Center
444 South Flood
Norman, Oklahoma
Phone: 405/329-4523
Art Classes and much more

Norman Arts & Humanities Center

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