TRIVIA-STATE CAP­I­TALS

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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.

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