State Capitals and Largest Cities

The following table lists the capital and largest city of every state in the United States.

State Capital Largest city
Alabama Montgomery Birmingham
Alaska Juneau Anchorage
Arizona Phoenix Phoenix
Arkansas Little Rock Little Rock
California Sacramento Los Angeles
Colorado Denver Denver
Connecticut Hartford Bridgeport
Delaware Dover Wilmington
Florida Tallahassee Jacksonville
Georgia Atlanta Atlanta
Hawaii Honolulu Honolulu
Idaho Boise Boise
Illinois Springfield Chicago
Indiana Indianapolis Indianapolis
Iowa Des Moines Des Moines
Kansas Topeka Wichita
Kentucky Frankfort Louisville
Louisiana Baton Rouge New Orleans
Maine Augusta Portland
Maryland Annapolis Baltimore
Massachusetts Boston Boston
Michigan Lansing Detroit
Minnesota St. Paul Minneapolis
Mississippi Jackson Jackson
Missouri Jefferson City Kansas City
Montana Helena Billings
Nebraska Lincoln Omaha
Nevada Carson City Las Vegas
New Hampshire Concord Manchester
New Jersey Trenton Newark
New Mexico Santa Fe Albuquerque
New York Albany New York City
North Carolina Raleigh Charlotte
North Dakota Bismarck Fargo
Ohio Columbus Columbus
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma City
Oregon Salem Portland
Pennsylvania Harrisburg Philadelphia
Rhode Island Providence Providence
South Carolina Columbia Columbia
South Dakota Pierre Sioux Falls
Tennessee Nashville Memphis
Texas Austin Houston
Utah Salt Lake City Salt Lake City
Vermont Montpelier Burlington
Virginia Richmond Virginia Beach
Washington Olympia Seattle
West Virginia Charleston Charleston
Wisconsin Madison Milwaukee
Wyoming Cheyenne Cheyenne
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 figures.

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