U.S. States and Capitals List


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See the States and Capitals List depicted on the map shown above.  Also notice state abbreviations and state borders for all fifty U.S. states.


Scroll down for a list of states, along with the name of each state's capital city.




States and Capitals List


ALABAMA                                           Montgomery

ALASKA                                                 Juneau

ARIZONA                                             Phoenix

ARKANSAS                                       Little Rock

CALIFORNIA                                   Sacramento

COLORADO                                     Denver



Below: The Colorado state Capitol Building in Denver.



CONNECTICUT                             Hartford

DELAWARE                                      Dover

FLORIDA                                            Tallahassee

GEORGIA                                           Atlanta

HAWAII                                               Honolulu

IDAHO                                                 Boise

ILLINOIS                                             Springfield



Below: The Illinois state Capitol Building in Springfield.


INDIANA                                             Indianapolis

IOWA                                                    Des Moines

KANSAS                                              Topeka

KENTUCKY                                       Frankfort

LOUISIANA                                       Baton Rouge



Below: The Louisiana state Capitol Building in Baton Rouge.


MAINE                                                 Augusta

MARYLAND                                     Annapolis

MASSACHUSETTS                       Boston

MICHIGAN                                        Lansing

MINNESOTA                                    Saint Paul

MISSISSIPPI                                      Jackson

MISSOURI                                         Jefferson City


Below: The Missouri state Capitol Building in Jefferson City.


MONTANA                                       Helena

NEBRASKA                                       Lincoln

NEVADA                                             Carson City

NEW HAMPSHIRE                       Concord

NEW JERSEY                                    Trenton

NEW MEXICO                                 Santa Fe


Below: The New Mexico state Capitol Building in Santa Fe.


NEW YORK                                       Albany

NORTH CAROLINA                     Raleigh

NORTH DAKOTA                          Bismarck

OHIO                                                    Columbus

OKLAHOMA                                    Oklahoma City


Below: The Oklahoma state Capitol Building in Oklahoma City.


OREGON                                            Salem

PENNSYLVANIA                            Harrisburg

RHODE ISLAND                            Providence

SOUTH CAROLINA                     Columbia

SOUTH DAKOTA                           Pierre

TENNESSEE                                      Nashville

TEXAS                                                   Austin


Below: The Texas state Capitol Building in Austin.


UTAH                                                    Salt Lake City

VERMONT                                        Montpelier

VIRGINIA                                           Richmond

WASHINGTON                              Olympia

WEST VIRGINIA                            Charleston

WISCONSIN                                    Madison

WYOMING                                       Cheyenne


Below: The Wyoming state Capitol Building in Cheyenne.


More about the States and Capitals List -


CAPITAL vs. CAPITOL:

The state CAPITAL refers to a city. The state CAPITOL refers to a building within the city where government functions take place.

The capital of the United States is Washington DC. Washington DC has been the U.S. Capital since 1800.

In the U.S. states of Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming, the state capital is ALSO the state's most populous city.

Nineteen State Capitol buildings - Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming - are officially protected as National Historic Landmarks.

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