1. Its southwestern state dates to 1912, but this oldest state capital dates to 1610, when it was an elevated Pueblo village given a saintly title by Spanish explorers. 2. This northernmost New England state capital is the country’s easternmost state capital, any month of the year. 3. Discovered in 1792 by Peter Puget, this Pacific Northwest state capital is the smallest state capital to scale, being the 22nd biggest city in a state but whose biggest city is almost 700,000. 4. But this New England state capital is the smallest at 8,000 people, plus it’s been called the craft beer mecca. 5. At seven square miles, this Mid-Atlantic state capital is the smallest by area, and it rhymes with a Midwest state capital. 6. In this southern state capital, South Broadway connects the NFL’s Nissan Stadium and the NHL’s Bridgestone Arena, and is where you’ll find Jack’s BBQ and Ernest Tubb Record Shop. 7. There are two state capitals named for the same person, but this Great Lakes region one is the one with a major league sports team.