Green Country has a rich cultural heritage with Native American, African-American and cowboy cultures co-mingling to produce a unique atmosphere. Trace the trials and triumphs of the many Native tribes that were forcefully relocated to Indian Territory and have since overcome the tragedy to build thriving societies that maintain their culture and move confidently into the future. Discover the tragic story of the Greenwood Massacre in Tulsa's Black Wall Street district in the early 20th century and follow the story of recovery and reconciliation at the Greenwood Rising museum and John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park. Explore the cowboy and Western culture that tamed the wilderness of one of the last frontiers and settled Oklahoma, helping it become a major hub of the cattle industry and cowboy life. Explore interesting museums that chronicle the history of these fascinating segments of our culture then witness rodeos, powwows and Juneteenth celebrations to celebrate their lasting impact.