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US State Capital Superlatives

For each clue, name the US state capital that applies.
Answer must correspond to yellow box. Answers may appear more than once.
Time served includes time as colonial or territorial capital.
In length of name, spaces do not count.
If there are two or more answers, any one will suffice.
Quiz by joez
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First submittedJuly 8, 2017
Last updatedJuly 8, 2017
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Capital
Least populous
Montpelier
Most populous
Phoenix
Largest metro area
Atlanta
Most populous capital that is NOT its state's largest city
Austin
Oldest capital (includes colonial times) (1610)
Santa Fe
Longest continuously serving capital (includes colonial times) (1630)
Boston
Longest serving capital (in terms of statehood) (1787)
Dover
Eastermost
Augusta
Northernmost
Juneau
Southernmost and Westernmost
Honolulu
Hint
Capital
Northernmost (excluding Alaska & Hawaii)
Olympia
Westernmost (excluding Alaska & Hawaii)
Salem
Snowiest
Montpelier
Wettest
Juneau
Driest
Phoenix
Highest elevation
Santa Fe
Capitals that served as national capital in 1784 (2 answers)
Annapolis / Trenton
Shortest named (5 letters) capital (2 answers)
Boise / Dover
Longest named (13 letters) capital
Jefferson City
Shortest serving current state capital (1910)
Oklahoma City
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