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Anadarko Population: 6,744

Total Males: 3,048
Total Females: 3,696
Median Household Income: $32,585
Total Households: 2,214

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Brief Information About Anadarko

Anadarko is a city in and the county seat of Caddo County, Oklahoma. The post office here was established in late nineteenth century, and the name was from the Nadarko Indians, with the A being added by mistake. It has a total area of 7.2 square miles. 0.1 square miles of the area is water, and the rest is land. The city calls itself "Indian Capital of the Nation". The population has a majority of Native Americans, and it is reflected in the town culture.

Retail and wholesale trade, public administration and construction are the major commercial activities here. Anadarko Municipal Airport is the local airport. Public schooling comprises three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. It also has the Riverside Indian School. Physicians Hospital on Central Blvd is the local hospital. The cost of living here is 22.30% lower than the country average.

This place gets about 30 inches of rain annually. The number of days with measurable precipitation is 65. Snowfall is 5 inches annually.

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