US State Capitals - A list of all the states of the United States of America and their capitals in alphabetic order. The state capitals of the fifty states of the United States of America.

Washington D.C. has been the capital of the United States since 1800. Each of the 50 U.S. states and the five principal territories of the United States maintains its own capital. In 33 of the 50 U.S. states, the state capital is not the state's most populous city. Only two of the state capitals "Trenton, New Jersey" and "Carson City, Nevada" share the border with another state while "Juneau, Alaska" shares a border with the Canadian province of British Columbia.

State Capitals of the 50 US States

US State NameCapital City
AlabamaMontgomery
AlaskaJuneau (Largest State)
ArizonaPhoenix
ArkansasLittle Rock
CaliforniaSacramento (Most Populated State)
ColoradoDenver
ConnecticutHartford
DelawareDover
FloridaTallahassee
GeorgiaAtlanta
HawaiiHonolulu
IdahoBoise
IllinoisSpringfield
IndianaIndianapolis
IowaDes Moines
KansasTopeka
KentuckyFrankfort
LouisianaBaton Rouge
MaineAugusta
MarylandAnnapolis
MassachusettsBoston
MichiganLansing
MinnesotaSaint Paul
MississippiJackson
MissouriJefferson City
MontanaHelena
NebraskaLincoln
NevadaCarson City
New HampshireConcord
New JerseyTrenton
New MexicoSanta Fe
New YorkAlbany
North CarolinaRaleigh
North DakotaBismarck
OhioColumbus
OklahomaOklahoma City
OregonSalem
PennsylvaniaHarrisburg
Rhode IslandProvidence (Smallest State)
South CarolinaColumbia
South DakotaPierre
TennesseeNashville
TexasAustin
UtahSalt Lake City
VermontMontpelier
VirginiaRichmond
WashingtonOlympia
West VirginiaCharleston
WisconsinMadison
WyomingCheyenne (Least Populated State)