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what is the capital of our state

The 50 states and their capitals are:

  • Alabama: Montgomery
  • Alaska: Juneau
  • Arizona: Phoenix
  • Arkansas: Little Rock
  • California: Sacramento
  • Colorado: Denver
  • Connecticut: Hartford
  • Delaware: Dover
  • Florida: Tallahassee
  • Georgia: Atlanta
  • Hawaii: Honolulu
  • Idaho: Boise
  • Illinois: Springfield
  • Indiana: Indianapolis
  • Iowa: Des Moines
  • Kansas: Topeka
  • Kentucky: Frankfort
  • Louisiana: Baton Rouge
  • Maine: Augusta
  • Maryland: Annapolis
  • Massachusetts: Boston
  • Michigan: Lansing
  • Minnesota: St. Paul
  • Mississippi: Jackson
  • Missouri: Jefferson City  
  • Montana: Helena
  • Nebraska: Lincoln
  • Nevada: Carson City
  • New Hampshire: Concord
  • New Jersey: Trenton
  • New Mexico: Santa Fe
  • New York: Albany
  • North Carolina: Raleigh
  • North Dakota: Bismarck
  • Ohio: Columbus
  • Oklahoma: Oklahoma City
  • Oregon: Salem
  • Pennsylvania: Harrisburg
  • Rhode Island: Providence
  • South Carolina: Columbia
  • South Dakota: Pierre
  • Tennessee: Nashville
  • Texas: Austin
  • Utah: Salt Lake City
  • Vermont: Montpelier
  • Virginia: Richmond
  • Washington: Olympia
  • West Virginia: Charleston
  • Wisconsin: Madison
  • Wyoming: Cheyenne

Download a map of the U.S. with state capitals (PDF) or find quick facts about each state.

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