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Geography Statistics > Capitals > Capital since (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Alabama 1,846
Alaska 1,906
Arizona 1,889
Arkansas 1,821
California 1,854
Colorado 1,867
Connecticut 1,875
Delaware 1,777
Florida 1,824
Georgia 1,868
Hawaii 1,845
Idaho 1,865
Illinois 1,839
Indiana 1,825
Iowa 1,857
Kansas 1,856
Kentucky 1,792
Louisiana 1,880
Maine 1,832
Maryland 1,694
Massachusetts 1,630
Michigan 1,847
Minnesota 1,849
Mississippi 1,821
Missouri 1,826
Montana 1,875
Nebraska 1,867
Nevada 1,861
New Hampshire 1,808
New Jersey 1,784
New Mexico 1,610
New York 1,797
North Carolina 1,794
North Dakota 1,883
Ohio 1,816
Oklahoma 1,910
Oregon 1,855
Pennsylvania 1,812
Rhode Island 1,900
South Carolina 1,786
South Dakota 1,889
Tennessee 1,826
Texas 1,839
Utah 1,858
Vermont 1,805
Virginia 1,780
Washington 1,853
West Virginia 1,885
Wisconsin 1,838
Wyoming 1,869

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