Can You Name The US States And State Capitals That Have Two Words In Their Name

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Last updated: October 9, 2017
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First submittedOctober 6, 2017
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State
New Hampshire
State
New Jersey
State
New Mexico
State
New York
State
North Carolina
State
South Carolina
State
South Dakota
State
North Dakota
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Rhode Island
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State
West Virginia
Capital
Des Moines
Capital
Little Rock
Capital
Baton Rouge
Capital
St Paul
Capital
Jefferson City
Capital
Carson City
Capital
Santa Fe
Capital
Oklahoma City
11 Comments
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Level 65
Oct 6, 2017
Jefferson City
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Level 73
Oct 6, 2017
Salt Lake City is missing. Jefferson City is misspelled.
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Level 74
Oct 6, 2017
Salt Lake City is three words.
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Level 47
Oct 9, 2017
1. Salt

2. Lake

3. City

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Level 78
Oct 6, 2017
Somehow, 6% got Jafferson City correct.
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Level 78
Oct 6, 2017
Technically, capital cities that are compound words should be acceptable answers, too. Springfield? Spring and Field. etc.
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Level 74
Oct 6, 2017
No, if it's one word, a compound word, that doesn't count as two words in the name.
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Level 47
Oct 9, 2017
Compound words are still 1 word.
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Level 74
Oct 6, 2017
Jefferson City (Not Jafferson City) Also, you should enable suggested type-ins. Mainly, because Saint Paul isn't an acceptable answer when it should be.
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Level 47
Oct 9, 2017
No wonder Jefferson City didn't work, it's spelled wrong.
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Level 65
Oct 9, 2017
Salt Lake City 3 words