Redbird, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Redbird is a mid-sized city located on the Arkansas River in northeastern Oklahoma. It is near the major city of Tulsa, which is known as the "where the South meets the West." Its population of 156 people is less than half that of the national average. Redbird's commute time is 26.1 minutes.

The population of Redbird City is mostly black. The town has four churches, including a Church of God church and a Christian Methodist Episcopal church. In addition, it has a post office, water office, and city hall. The city is one of several historic African American towns in Oklahoma. The town was founded by African American families in the early 1900s. In addition, it was home to the only all-black high school in Oklahoma until the late 1970s.

Before World War II, the town was home to just two black families. During the Great Migration, which displaced many African Americans from the South, more than 50 all-black towns were established in the Indian Territory and Oklahoma. Only thirteen of these towns have survived to this day. The Red Bird post office opened in 1902 and by 1920, the town's population was up to 336 people.

Redbird, OK is home to a large number of military personnel. It also has a large population of people who served during the Gulf War. The median household income for Redbird, OK is $47,500. The median age of residents is 39.7. The majority of the people are US citizens, with a percentage of 98.3% being non-Hispanic.