What are the capital cities of the usa in alphabetical order?
while answering the question please match the state with the city,ex:carson city,nevada.
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the cities have to be in alphabetical order,the first one is albany,new york
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List of capitals in the United States
Dome of the United States Capitol building.
Washington, D.C., has been the capital of the United States since 1800. Eight other cities have served as the meeting place for Congress and are therefore considered to have once been the capital of the United States. In addition, each of the 50 U.S. states and the five principal territories of the United States maintains its own capital.
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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 — border another state, while Juneau, Alaska, shares a border with the Canadian province of British Columbia.[a] The dates listed in the following table indicate the year in which the city started to continuously serve as the state's sole capital. Most states have changed their capital city at least once; see Historical state capitals for details.
State Capitals of the United States
State Abr. Date of statehood Capital Capital since Most populous city? Municipal population Metropolitan population Notes
Alabama AL 1819 Montgomery 1846 No 200,127 469,268 Birmingham is the state's largest city.
Alaska AK 1959 Juneau 1906 No 30,987 Anchorage is the state's largest city.
Arizona AZ 1912 Phoenix 1889 Yes 1,552,259 4,039,182 Phoenix is the most populous U.S. state capital.
Arkansas AR 1836 Little Rock 1821 Yes 204,370 652,834
California CA 1850 Sacramento 1854 No 467,343 2,136,604 The Supreme Court of California sits in San Francisco. Los Angeles is the state's largest city.
Colorado CO 1876 Denver 1867 Yes 566,974 2,408,750
Connecticut CT 1788 Hartford 1875 No 124,397 1,188,241 Bridgeport is the state's largest city, but Greater Hartford is the largest metro area.
Delaware DE 1787 Dover 1777 No 32,135 Wilmington is the state's largest city.
Florida FL 1845 Tallahassee 1824 No 168,979 336,501 Jacksonville is the largest city, and Miami has the largest metro area.
Georgia GA 1788 Atlanta 1868 Yes 486,411 5,138,223
Hawaii HI 1959 Honolulu 1845 Yes 377,357 909,863
Idaho ID 1890 Boise 1865 Yes 201,287 635,450
Illinois IL 1818 Springfield 1837 No 116,482 188,951 Springfield is the smallest state capital with population above 100,000 (on this list). Chicago is the state's largest city.
Indiana IN 1816 Indianapolis 1825 Yes 791,926 1,984,664 In addition to being the second-largest state capital, Indianapolis is also the third largest city in the Midwest.
Iowa IA 1846 Des Moines 1857 Yes 209,124 625,384
Kansas KS 1861 Topeka 1856 No 122,327 228,894 Wichita is the state's largest city.
Kentucky KY 1792 Frankfort 1792 No 27,741 69,670 Louisville is the state's largest city.
Louisiana LA 1812 Baton Rouge 1880 No 224,097 751,965 New Orleans is the state's largest city and home to the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Maine ME 1820 Augusta 1832 No 18,560 117,114 Augusta was officially made the capital 1827, but the legislature did not sit there until 1832. Portland is the state's largest city.
Maryland MD 1788 Annapolis 1694 No 36,217 Annapolis is the third-longest serving capital in the United States after Santa Fe and Boston. Its capitol building is the oldest still in use. Baltimore is the state's largest city.
Massachusetts MA 1788 Boston 1630 Yes 590,763 4,455,217 Boston is the longest continuously serving capital in the United States. The Boston-Worcester-Manchester Combined Statistical Area encompasses the state capitals of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.
Michigan MI 1837 Lansing 1847 No 119,128 454,044 Lansing is the only state capital that is not also the county seat of the county in which it is situated. Detroit is the state's largest city.
Minnesota MN 1858 Saint Paul 1849 No 287,151 3,502,891 Minneapolis is the state's largest city; it and Saint Paul form the core of the state's largest metropolitan area.
Mississippi MS 1817 Jackson 1821 Yes 184,256 529,456
Missouri MO 1821 Jefferson City 1826 No 39,636 146,363 Kansas City is the state's largest city, and Greater St. Louis is the state's largest metropolitan area.
Montana MT 1889 Helena 1875 No 25,780 67,636 Billings is the state's largest city.
Nebraska NE 1867 Lincoln 1867 No 225,581 283,970 Omaha is the state's largest city.
Nevada NV 1864 Carson City 1861 No 57,701 Las Vegas is the state's largest city.
New Hampshire NH 1788 Concord 1808 No 42,221 Manchester is the state's largest city.
New Jersey NJ 1787 Trenton 1784 No 84,639 367,605 Newark is the state's largest city.
New Mexico NM 1912 Santa Fe 1610 No 70,631 142,407 Santa Fe is the longest serving capital in the United States. El Paso del Norte served as the capital of the Santa Fe de Nuevo México colony-in-exile during the Pueblo Revolt of 1680–1692. Albuquerque is the state's largest city.
New York NY 1788 Albany 1797 No 95,993 1,147,850 Albany is the largest U.S. state capital wit