State Capitals and Largest Cities

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

StateCapitalLargest city
Alabama MontgomeryBirmingham
Alaska JuneauAnchorage
Arizona PhoenixPhoenix
Arkansas Little RockLittle Rock
California SacramentoLos Angeles
Colorado DenverDenver
Connecticut HartfordBridgeport
Delaware DoverWilmington
Florida TallahasseeJacksonville
Georgia AtlantaAtlanta
Hawaii HonoluluHonolulu
Idaho BoiseBoise
Illinois SpringfieldChicago
Indiana IndianapolisIndianapolis
Iowa Des MoinesDes Moines
Kansas TopekaWichita
Kentucky FrankfortLouisville
Louisiana Baton RougeNew Orleans
Maine AugustaPortland
Maryland AnnapolisBaltimore
Massachusetts BostonBoston
Michigan LansingDetroit
Minnesota St. PaulMinneapolis
Mississippi JacksonJackson
Missouri Jefferson CityKansas City
Montana HelenaBillings
Nebraska LincolnOmaha
Nevada Carson CityLas Vegas
New Hampshire ConcordManchester
New Jersey TrentonNewark
New Mexico Santa FeAlbuquerque
New York AlbanyNew York City
North Carolina RaleighCharlotte
North Dakota BismarckFargo
Ohio ColumbusColumbus
Oklahoma Oklahoma CityOklahoma City
Oregon SalemPortland
Pennsylvania HarrisburgPhiladelphia
Rhode Island ProvidenceProvidence
South Carolina ColumbiaColumbia
South Dakota PierreSioux Falls
Tennessee NashvilleMemphis
Texas AustinHouston
Utah Salt Lake CitySalt Lake City
Vermont MontpelierBurlington
Virginia RichmondVirginia Beach
Washington OlympiaSeattle
West Virginia CharlestonCharleston
Wisconsin MadisonMilwaukee
Wyoming CheyenneCheyenne
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 figures.

Land and Water Area of States, 2000StatesMost Livable States, 2006