Printable Worksheets: United States Map: States and Capitals (Capitols)

Printable blank outline map graphic for you to print, label with states and capital/capitol cities. You may need a few copies.
Printable map - States labeled; capital cities marked without names. Use your <<Back>> button to return here
Check your answers with this map from The University of Texas at Austin Online Library
For an historical perspective - watch this animated timeline map evolve from 1650 - 1907 and grow to 48 states.
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Assignments following this chart:
Western United States and Capitals

Alaska - Juneau
Hawaii - Honolulu
Washington - Olympia
Oregon - Salem
California  - Sacramento
Idaho - Boise
Nevada - Carson City
Montana - Helena
Wyoming - Cheyenne
Utah - Salt Lake City
Arizona - Phoenix
Colorado - Denver
New Mexico - Santa Fe
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Middle States and Capitol Cities

North Dakota - Bismarck
South Dakota - Pierre
Nebraska - Lincoln
Kansas - Topeka
Oklahoma - Oklahoma City
Texas - Austin
Minnesota - St. Paul
Iowa - Des Moines
Missouri - Jefferson City
Arkansas - Little Rock
Louisiana - Baton Rouge
Wisconsin - Madison
Illinois - Springfield
Michigan - Lansing
Indiana - Indianapolis
Kentucky - Frankfort
Tennessee - Nashville
Mississippi - Jackson
Ohio - Columbus
Alabama - Montgomery
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Eastern United States and Capitol Cities

Maine - Augusta
New Hampshire - Concord
Vermont - Montpelier
New York - Albany
Pennsylvania - Harrisburg
West Virginia - Charleston
Virginia - Richmond
North Carolina - Raleigh
South Carolina - Columbia
Georgia - Atlanta
Florida - Tallahassee
Massachusetts - Boston
Rhode Island - Providence
Connecticut - Hartford
New Jersey - Trenton
Delaware - Dover
Maryland - Annapolis
*District of Columbia - Washington
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Alphabetical States and their Capitals

Alabama - Montgomery
Alaska - Juneau
Arizona - Phoenix
Arkansas - Little Rock

California - Sacramento
Colorado - Denver
Connecticut - Hartford

Delaware - Dover
*District of Columbia

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
Wyoming - Cheyenne

Warm up exercise: do our online puzzle of United States and Capital Cities. How long does it take you?
Print any or all of the following seven (7) pages (start your printer at page 3)
The first time through (or pages 3 and 4 only) - use your maps as a reference - an 'open book' assignment.
The second time (or pages 5 and 1/2 6) through, see how many you already know by checking your work before finishing with an open book.
Third series/time (or pages 6 and 7) - all on your own. You can do this!
Finale: Redo the puzzle - did you cut at least 30 seconds off your time? Excellent! Now do it again just for the fun of it.
 
 

(5) States bordering the Pacific Ocean:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(5) States that border the Gulf of Mexico:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(14) States bordering the Atlantic Ocean:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(8) States bordering on the St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(13) States Bordering Canada and the Great Lakes:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(9) States bordering the Mississippi River:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(  ) States bordering your own State
 
  STATE CAPITAL
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(4) States bordering Mexico:
  STATE CAPITAL
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2
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3
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Fill in the blanks:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
1
Arizona _______________
2
South Dakota _______________
3
Washington _______________
4
Illinois _______________
5
Louisiana _______________
6
Maryland _______________
7
Alaska _______________
8
Wyoming _______________
9
Virginia _______________
10 Nevada _______________

 

Fill in the blanks:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
1
Alabama _______________
2
New Jersey _______________
3
Hawaii _______________
4
Oregon _______________
5
Texas _______________
6
Montana _______________
7
Michigan _______________
8
Connecticut _______________
9
Iowa _______________
10 Indiana _______________

 

Fill in the blanks:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
1
_______________ Little Rock
2
_______________ Sacramento
3
_______________ Tallahassee
4
_______________ Boise
5
_______________ Columbia
6
_______________ Providence
7
_______________ Lincoln
8
_______________ Montpelier
9
_______________ Bismarck
10 _______________ St. Paul

 
 

Fill in the blanks:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
1
_______________ Denver
2
_______________ Harrisburg
3
_______________ Charleston
4
_______________ Trenton
5
_______________ Raleigh
6
_______________ Jackson
7
_______________ Concord
8
_______________ Atlanta
9
_______________ Salt Lake City
10 _______________ Jefferson City

Fill in the blanks:
 
  STATE CAPITAL
1
Kansas _______________
2
New Mexico _______________
3
Maine _______________
4
Ohio _______________
5
Oklahoma _______________
6
_______________ Albany
7
_______________ Boston
8
_______________ Frankfurt
9
_______________ Madison
10 _______________ Nashville

Mix and match: Use a ruler to connect the State to its capital
 
STATE CAPITAL
Connecticut Albany
Delaware Annapolis
Florida Atlanta
Georgia Augusta
Maine  Boston
Maryland Charleston
Massachusetts Columbia
New Hampshire Concord
New Jersey Dover
New York Harrisburg
North Carolina Hartford
Pennsylvania Montpelier
Rhode Island Providence
South Carolina Raleigh
Vermont Richmond
Virginia Tallahassee
West Virginia Trenton

 
 

Mix and match: Use a ruler to connect the State to its capital
 
STATE CAPITAL
 
Alabama  Austin
Arkansas Baton Rouge
Illinois Bismarck
Indiana Columbus
Iowa Des Moines
Kansas Frankfort
Kentucky Indianapolis
Louisiana Jackson
Michigan Jefferson City
Minnesota Lansing
Mississippi Lincoln
Missouri Little Rock
Nebraska  Madison
North Dakota Montgomery
Ohio Nashville
Oklahoma  Oklahoma City
South Dakota Pierre
Tennessee St. Paul
Texas Springfield
Wisconsin Topeka

 

Mix and match: Use a ruler to connect the State to its capital
 
STATE CAPITAL
 
Alaska Boise
Arizona Carson City
California Cheyenne
Colorado Denver
Hawaii Helena
Idaho Honolulu
Montana Juneau
Nevada Olympia
New Mexico Phoenix
Oregon Sacramento
Utah Salem
Washington Salt Lake City
Wyoming Santa Fe

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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