This exhibit examines the many ways Tulsans have moved around through the decades since Tulsa first became a dot on the map.

The first people in the area arrived here on foot, by horseback, or wagon. In the late nineteenth century, Tulsa became a stop on the railroad and the small settlement turned into a city. Before long there were bustling streets filled with cars and trolleys in addition to buggies and Tulsa was well on its way to becoming the Oil Capital of the World.

Now closed – open 2016-2018

Tulsa Historical Society & Museum
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