Albany, Annapolis, Atlanta, Augusta, Austin
Baton Rouge, Bismarck, Boise, Boston
Carson City, Charleston, Cheyenne, Columbia, Columbus, Concord
Denver, Des Moines, Dover
Harrisburg, Hartford, Helena, Honolulu
Jackson, Jefferson City, Juneau
Lansing, Lincoln, Little Rock
Madison, Montgomery, Montpelier
Oklahoma City, Olympia
Phoenix, Pierre, Providence,
Sacramento, Saint Paul, Salem, Salt Lake City, Santa Fe, Springfield
Tallahassee, Topeka, Trenton.
There are 50 state capitals in the US.
A map of the US with state capitals is included in the link below.
There are 51 capitals in the US, one for each state and one for the country.
There are no state capitals in the US that begin with the letter E.
There are two US state capitals that begin with R. They are Raleigh, NC and Richmond, VA.
No US state capital begins with the letter U.
US state capitals that begin with the letter 'M'... Montgomery, Montpelier and Madison.
There are 50, one for each state
No US state capital begins with the letter "G."
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Olympia, Washington Those are the only US State capitals beginning with O. -f
No US state capital begins with the letter E.
Providence, Rhode Island and Boston, Massachusetts are the two closest US state capitals with a distance of only 41 miles.
The US State capitals that start with H are:Harrisburg, PAHartford, CTHonolulu, HI
Wyoming is the last state in alphabetical order.
U.S. state capitals that start with the letter O:Oklahoma City, OklahomaOlympia, Washington
We have one national capital. Then, we have one capital per state, resulting in 50 capitals
US state capitals that begin with the same letter as their state are:Dover, DEHonolulu, HIIndianapolis, INOklahoma City, OK
There are three US State capitals that begin with the letter D. They are:Denver, CO (Colorado)Des Moines, IA (Iowa)Dover, DE (Delaware)
The largest US capitals, as of June 2014, are Phoenix, Indianapolis, Austin, Columbus and Boston. The smallest capitals are Montpelier, Pierre, Augusta, Frankfort and Helena.