Broken Arrow is in the northeastern part of Oklahoma, and the city's area was primarily in Tulsa County but had roles on the western side of Wagoner County. Broken Arrow is considered to be the most prominent suburb of Tulsa. The city has the fourth-biggest population in Oklahoma. It is an integral part of the Tulsa metropolitan area. During the arrival of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, there were numbers of lots that were sold for the town and that the company secretary then named it as Broken Arrow. It was initially settled by the Creek Indians, who were then forced to relocate to Alabama to Oklahoma through the Trail of Tears. Although it was initially being developed and cultivated to become an agricultural economy, the present day is still diverse with major and different manufacturers that have settled in the city.
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