Can you name U.S. fifty states including their abbreviations, websites and capitals?

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How many states are there in the U.S.? states’ websites? states’ capitals?

Answer: There are 50 states in the U.S.

Here is the list of the U.S. states’ names, websites by alphabet and capitals.

US states #: names – websites – capitals

  1. Alabama (AL) – alabama.gov – Montgomery
  2. Alaska (AK) – alaska.gov – Juneau
  3. Arizona (AZ) – az.gov – Phoenix
  4. Arkansas (AR) – arkansas.gov – Little Rock
  5. California (CA) – ca.gov – Sacramento
  6. Colorado (CO) – colorado.gov – Denver
  7. Connecticut (CT) – ct.gov – Hartford
  8. Delaware (DE) – delaware.gov – Dover
  9. Florida (FL) – myflorida.com – Tallahassee
  10. Georgia (GA) – georgia.gov – Atlanta
  1. Hawaii (HI) – hawaii.gov – Honolulu
  2. Idaho (ID) – id.gov – Boise
  3. Illinois (IL) – illinois.gov – Springfield
  4. Indiana (IN) – in.gov – Indianapolis
  5. Iowa (IA) – iowa.gov – Des Moines
  6. Kansas (KS) – kansas.gov – Topeka
  7. Kentucky (KY) – kentucky.gov – Frankfort
  8. Louisiana (LA) – louisiana.gov – Baton Rouge
  9. Maine (ME) – maine.gov – Augusta
  10. Maryland (MD) – maryland.gov – Annapolis
  1. Massachusetts (MA) – mass.gov – Boston
  2. Michigan (MI) – michigan.gov – Lansing
  3. Minnesota (MN) – mn.gov – St. Paul
  4. Mississippi (MS) – ms.gov – Jackson
  5. Missouri (MO) – mo.gov – Jefferson City
  6. Montana (MT) – mt.gov – Helena
  7. Nebraska (NE) – nebraska.gov – Lincoln
  8. Nevada (NV) – nv.gov – Carson City
  9. New Hampshire (NH) – nh.gov – Concord
  10. New Jersey (NJ) – nj.gov – Trenton
  1. New Mexico (NM) – newmexico.gov – Santa Fe
  2. New York (NY) – ny.gov – Albany
  3. North Carolina (NC) – nc.gov – Raleigh
  4. North Dakota (ND) – nd.gov – Bismarck
  5. Ohio (OH) – ohio.gov – Columbus
  6. Oklahoma (OK) – ok.gov – Oklahoma City
  7. Oregon (OR) – oregon.gov – Salem
  8. Pennsylvania (PA) – pa.gov – Harrisburg
  9. Rhode Island (RI) – sos.ri.gov – Providence
  10. South Carolina (SC) – sc.gov – Columbia
  1. South Dakota (SD) – sd.gov – Pierre
  2. Tennessee (TN) – tn.gov – Nashville
  3. Texas (TX) – texas.gov – Austin
  4. Utah (UT) – utah.gov – Salt Lake City
  5. Vermont (VT) – vermont.gov – Montpelier
  6. Virginia (VA) – virginia.gov – Richmond
  7. Washington (WA) – wa.gov – Olympia
  8. West Virginia (WV) – wv.gov – Charleston
  9. Wisconsin (WI) – wisconsin.gov – Madison
  10. Wyoming (WY) – wyoming.gov – Cheyenne

To see more information about these 50 states, go to States of the United States (map of states, list of states,…) – http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/States_of_the_United_States