Tulsa History — General
The city now known as Tulsa was first settled by the Lockapoka Creek Tribe between 1828 and 1836. Driven from their native Alabama by the forced removal of Native Americans from the Southeast [ref: Trail of Tears], the Lockapokas established a new home at a site near present-day Cheyenne Avenue and 18th Street. Under a large oak tree, now called Council Oak, they rekindled their ceremonial fire. The settlement was referred to as "Tulasi," a Creek Indian word meaning "old town." Other tribes heavily involved in settlement of the area included the Creeks, Seminole, Cherokee, Quapaw, Seneca, and Shawnee. The majority of these Indian settlers brought with them a culture reminiscent of the Old South. During the Civil War, they largely favored the Confederacy.

Throughout the 19th century, the tribes were made to accept a number of treaties that further reduced the size of their lands and introduced new tribes into Indian Territory. White settlers continued to push forward, railroads moved into the territory, and in 1892, the land was officially opened and all tribal members were forced to accept individual allocations of land. Much of Tulsa is located in the Creek Nation, with parts located in the Cherokee Nation and Osage Nation.

From 1915 to 1930, a series of highly lucrative oil fields were discovered, leading to Tulsa being clearly established as the "Oil Capital of the World." While that title was relinquished to Houston after the "Oil Bust" in the 1980s, Tulsa remains a hub of national and international commerce and culture.

Tulsa History — Timeline ( ¥ = Awakened Events)
· 1830s — Trail of Tears and initial settlement
· 1882, Aug 1 — St. Louis and San Francisco Railway (the "Frisco") extend its line to Tulsa to serve the cattle business, the city's first industry.
· 1890s — Trading post in the village became a post office under the name "Tulsey Town."
· 1894University of Tulsa established
· 1896Perryman Ranch established
· 1901 — Oil discovered in Red Fork
· 1904 — Bridge built across Arkansas River
· 1905 — Oil discovered in Glenn Pool, the first of 81 wells
· 1907 — Oklahoma becomes 46th U.S. State (Tulsa population 7,298)
· 1913Holy Family Cathedral and School built
· 1917Phillips Petroleum Company founded.
· 1921, June 1Tulsa Race Riot; 35 blocks of businesses and residences burned in the Greenwood District of north Tulsa with 300+ dead (mostly black)
· 1924Cain's Ballroom built
· 1925 — University of Tulsa Law School & St. John's Hospital open
· 1927 — Ground broken for Hillcrest Hospital.
· 1928 — Crystal City amusement park built.
· 1932 — Tulsa police detective wounded in machine gun battle with Pretty Boy Floyd on Peoria Avenue near Apache.
· 1933 — Tulsa gets professional football team.
· 1934 — Severe drought and dust storm.
· 1936 — Average summer temperature 105.3; exposed driftwood in the mostly dry Arkansas River catches fire.
· 1937 — American Airlines expands service to Tulsa.
· 1938 — Huge dust storm hits Tulsa.
· 1941 — Tulsa awarded a huge Douglas bomber plant.
· 1942 — Tulsa County farmers threaten strike unless gas rationing is relieved; National Defense Department allow increase in farm gas consumption.
· 1944 — Due to war debts, rising costs & little revenue, Tulsa Commission warns of city's impending bankruptcy.
· 1945 — War department orders Douglas Aircraft to stop manufacturing army planes; 2,500 Tulsans out of work.
· 1953The Golden Driller a 76-foot statue erected for the International Petroleum Exposition at Tulsa's Expo Square.
· 1970 — Port of Catoosa opens, linking Tulsa with the rest of the world via river navigation to the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.
· 1979 1981 City of Faith is built
· 1982 — "Oil Bust" hits Tulsa
· 1989 City of Faith closes. It undergoes renovations to be converted to office space. [ ¥ - The entire 58th floor is leased and becomes the official Consillium. Max Richardson arrives with his cabal of masters and wages a 1 month war in which all Banishers are killed or driven from the city. He declares himself Hierarch and gives the power positions in the city to his cabal. ]
· 2002 — Phillips Petroleum Company merges with Conoco Inc.; HQ moves to Houston.
· 2004, Oct — A week of freak storms hits Tulsa, making travel in and out nearly impossible.
· 2006, April – [ ¥ - Ley lines start fluctuating in power and resonance. ]
· 2006, May – [ ¥ - All Ley Lines shut down - Fate magic cut off the flow of magic to the ley lines. ]
· 2006, October- [ ¥ - Ley Lines go back to normal. ]
- 2008, July - [ ¥ The Abyssal Intrusion Ends ]