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State Capitals, In Reverse

written by: jerzeelv
 
Quite simple, I give you the capital, you give me the state. All multiple choice.

Question 1:


Trenton is the capital of this eastern state.
New Jersey
New York
Connecticut
Maryland

Question 2:


Juneau is the capital of this "last frontier" state.
California
Alaska
Utah
Nevada

Question 3:


Columbus discovered the Americas in 1492, and is rewarded with this midwestern state naming its capital after him.
Georgia
Ohio
North Carolina
South Carolina

Question 4:


Helena is this Rocky Mountain state's capital.
Nevada
Wyoming
Montana
California

Question 5:


Richmond is the capital of this state where many US presidents were born.
Delaware
Maryland
Virginia
West Virginia

Question 6:


The capital of this diverse northwestern state is Salem.
Washington
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
Oregon

Question 7:


This state, which houses one of the largest cities in the world, has Albany as its capital.
New York
Minnesota
New Mexico
Georgia

Question 8:


Jefferson City serves as the capital of this Midwestern state.
Missouri
California
Florida
Texas

Question 9:


Pierre is the capital of this northern prairie state.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
South Dakota
Wisconsin
North Dakota
Illinois

Question 10:


The capital of this southern state is also known as "music city".
Tennessee
Georgia
Kentucky
Delaware

Question 11:


Carson City is the capital of this "Battle Born State".
California
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

Question 12:


Tallahassee is situated on the panhandle of this southern state and serves as its capital.
Florida
California
Pennsylvania
North Dakota

Question 13:


If you are in Sacramento, the capital of this western state, you are within a day's drive to beautiful beaches, high mountains with famous national parks, and one of the deepest, most picturesque lakes in the world.
Washington
Utah
Arizona
California

Question 14:


Austin is the capital of this US state which once existed as an independent republic.
Georgia
South Carolina
Maine
Texas

Question 15:


This northeast state has Augusta as its capital.
New Hampshire
Pennsylvania
Maine
Vermont

Question 16:


This southern state has many beaches, an incredible fort from the revolutionary war, and Columbia as its capital.
Illinois
Ohio
North Carolina
South Carolina

Question 17:


This midwestern state has Madison as its capital.
Illinois
Kentucky
Wisconsin
Indiana

Question 18:


Salt Lake City, known for the salty, barren desert lake to the west of the city, was founded by mormons and is the capital of this geographically diverse state.
South Dakota
Nevada
Utah
North Dakota

Question 19:


This eastern state with rich history has Annapolis as its capital.
Maryland
Virginia
New Jersey
New Mexico

Question 20:


Springfield is the capital of this midwestern state.
Ohio
Missouri
Kentucky
Illinois

 


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