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The city's name comes from an old Creek community in Alabama. Members of that community were expelled from Alabama by the United States government, which was trying to consolidate those tribes that had supported the Confederacy during the Civil War into new territories. The Creek founded a new town nearby, and named it "Tallasi", after their old settlement in Alabama. When members of this tribe left Tallasi to resettle further westward, they settled again near what is now Tulsa and named their new town "Broken Arrow". The city has been nicknamed ""The City of Churches"", as historically there have been dozens of churches established in Broken Arrow since its founding; however only a fraction remain today (see List below).