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Former State Capitals

written by: happygirl1223
 
These cities were once the capitals of their states. I'll give you the name of the city and you must name the state.

Question 1:


From 1796 to 1806, Louisville, a city located on the Ogeechee River, was the capital of which state?
Kentucky
Louisiana
Georgia
Maryland

Question 2:


Vallejo, located in the Solano County, was the capital of which state in 1852 and 1853?
Arizona
New Mexico
California
Oregon

Question 3:


The city of Natchez, founded in 1716, was the capital of which state from 1817 to 1821?
Colorado
Mississippi
Tennessee
Florida

Question 4:


From 1819 to 1826, Murfreesboro, famous for the Battle of Murfreesboro of 1862, was the capital of which state?
Tennessee
Arkansas
Kentucky
Louisiana

Question 5:


Wheeling was the capital of this state from 1863 to 1870 and again from 1875 to 1885.
Rhode Island
Iowa
South Carolina
West Virginia

Question 6:


From 1819 to 1839, Vandalia, the county seat of Fayette County, was the capital of which state?
Illinois
Kansas
Indiana
Ohio

Question 7:


In 1862, during the American Civil War, Opelousas briefly served as capital of which state?
Mississippi
Minnesota
Wyoming
Louisiana

Question 8:


From 1810 to 1812, Zanesville, a city located in Muskingum County, was the capital of which state?
Maryland
Michigan
Nebraska
Ohio

Question 9:


Founded in 1861, Lewiston was the territorial capital of this future state from 1863 to 1864.
Idaho
Montana
Kansas
Washington

Question 10:


Until Jefferson City was build in 1826, Saint Charles served as capital of which state?
Maine
Missouri
New Jersey
North Carolina

 


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