What are the States and Capitals?

The 50 states of the United States and their capitals are Alabama – Montgomery, Alaska – Juneau, Arizona – Phoenix, Arkansas – Little Rock, California – Sacramento, Colorado – Denver, Connecticut – Hartford, Delaware – Dover, Florida – Tallahassee, Georgia – Atlanta, Hawaii – Honolulu, Idaho – Boise, Illinois – Springfield, Indiana – Indianapolis, Iowa – Des Moines, Kansas – Topeka, Kentucky – Frankfort, Louisiana – Baton Rouge, Maine – Augusta, Maryland – Annapolis, Massachusetts – Boston, Michigan – Lansing, Minnesota – St.Paul, Mississippi – Jackson, Missouri – Jefferson City, Montana – Helena, Nebraska – Lincoln, Nevada – Carson City, New Hampshire – Concord, New Jersey – Trenton, New Mexico – Santa Fe, New York – Albany, North Carolina – Raleigh, North Dakota – Bismarck, Ohio – Columbus, Oklahoma – Oklahoma City, Oregon – Salem, Pennsylvania – Harrisburg, Rhode Island – Providence, South Carolina – Columbia, South Dakota – Pierre, Tennessee – Nashville, Texas – Austin, Utah – Salt Lake City, Vermont – Montpelier, Virginia – Richmond, Washington – Olympia, West Virginia – Charleston, Wisconsin – Madison and Wyoming – Cheyenne.