US State Capitals
Each of the fifty states has a capital city. Capitals are often governmental and cultural centers, housing the governor, a state capitol building, libraries, museums, and various governing agencies.
Washington, D.C. has been the capital of the United States since 1800. Eight
other cities have served as the meeting place for the U.S. Congress and are ...
A complete list of US state capitals. ... List of State Capitals. This page lists the
state capitals for the 50 US states. US State, State Capital, US State, State Capital
The U.S.: State Capitals: Seterra is a free map quiz game that will teach you
countries, cities and other geographic locations all over the world.
The United States
flag has 13 equal horizontal stripes (for the 13 original colonies) of red alternating with white; there is a blue rectangle in the upper corner bearing 50 small, white stars (for the 50 states
In many states
, the state capital
is not the largest ci... More »
Juneau is the only mainland state capital in the U.S. which has no roads leading
to it. The only way to get there is with a boat or plane. The city consolidated the ...
Study guide list with links to U.S. state and capital homepages.
USA Geography quiz geography quiz - just click on the map to answer the
questions about the capital cities in USA.
State Capitals. Instructions. Select a State and then the Capital. All answer
choices are State Capitals to reinforce the names.
The following table lists the capital and largest city of every state in the United
States. ... More on State Capitals and Largest Cities from Infoplease: Map Library