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List of all state capitals in the United States of America

Updated on October 8, 2010

List of all state capitals

Below is a list of all state capitals in no certain order. Enjoy.


Atlanta is the capital of Georgia

Austin is the state capital of Texas

Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana

Bismarck is North Dakota’s capital

Columbus is Ohio’s capital

Concord is the capital of New Hampshire

Des Moines is the capital of the state of Iowa

Dover is the capital of Delaware

Harrisburg is the capital of the state of Pennsylvania

Hartford is the capital of the state of Connecticut

Helena is the capital of Montana

Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii

Jackson is Mississippi’s state capital

Juneau is the capital of Alaska

Lansing is the capital of the state of Michigan

Lincoln is the capital of Nebraska

Madison is the capital of the state of Wisconsin

Maryland’s capital is Annapolis

Nashville is the capital of the state of Tennessee

Oklahoma City is the state capital of Oklahoma

Olympia is the capital of the state of Washington

Pierre is the state capital of South Dakota

Providence is the capital of Rhode Island

Salem is the capital of the state of Oregon

Salt Lake City is the capital of the state of Utah

Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico

Springfield is the capital of Illinois

Tallahassee is the capital of Florida

The abbreviation for the state of Maine is ME

The capital of Alabama is Montgomery

The capital of Arkansas is Little Rock.

The capital of Colorado is Denver

The capital of Idaho is Boise

The capital of Indiana is Indianapolis

The capital of Kansas is Topeka

The capital of Kentucky is Frankfort

The capital of Massachusetts is Boston

The capital of Minnesota is St. Paul

The capital of Nevada is Carson City

The capital of New Jersey is Trenton

The capital of New York is Albany

The capital of North Carolina is Raleigh

The capital of South Carolina is Columbia

The capital of the state of Missouri

The capital of Vermont is Montpelier

The capital of Virginia is Richmond

The capital of West Virginia is Charleston

The capital of Wyoming is Cheyenne

The state capital of Arizona is Phoenix

The state of California’s capital is Sacramento




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