Name Origins of U.S. State Capitals

Identify the state capital by the explanation of where its name comes from.
Some of these are disputed.
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Origin
Capital
Abbreviation of "Atlantica-Pacifica"
Atlanta
Canadian miner and gold prospector
Juneau
Choctaw, meaning "red people"
Oklahoma City
City in southern France
Montpelier
City in western Massachusetts
Springfield
Coastal town in southeastern England
Dover
Daughter of U.S. Secretary of War Henry Dearborn
Augusta
Duke who would become King of England, Scotland, and Ireland
Albany
Either a township in Minnesota or a town in Arkansas
Helena
English, meaning "God's protective care"
Providence
English, meaning "harmony"
Concord
English town a little ways north of London
Hartford
English town that is now a southwestern suburb of London
Richmond
English trader and city founder
Harrisburg
English writer, poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy, and explorer
Raleigh
Father of the colonel who built the first permanent settlement
Charleston
Fourth president
Madison
French, meaning "monks"
Des Moines
French, meaning "red stick"
Baton Rouge
French, meaning "woods" or "wooded"
Boise
Frontiersman and dime novel subject
Carson City
Former governor of the Kansas Territory
Denver
General who won the Battle of New Orleans
Jackson
Great Plains American Indian tribe
Cheyenne
Hawaiian, meaning "sheltered harbor" or "calm port"
Honolulu
Origin
Capital
Hebrew, meaning "peace"
Salem
Iron Chancellor of Germany
Bismarck
Italian explorer and colonizer (ends in a)
Columbia
Italian explorer and colonizer (ends in s)
Columbus
Kansa-Osage, meaning "good place to dig potatoes"
Topeka
Largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere
Salt Lake City
Muskogean, meaning "old fields" or "old town"
Tallahassee
Mythical beast reborn from the ashes
Phoenix
Name of the state combined with the Greek word for city
Indianapolis
Nearby mountain range
Olympia
One of Jesus' apostles
St. Paul
Pioneer who was killed in the area
Frankfort
Port town in eastern England
Boston
Prominent merchant and landowner in the area
Trenton
Queen of Great Britain
Annapolis
Reference to the Catholic Eucharist
Sacramento
Revolutionary war general killed in the Battle of Germantown
Nashville
Revolutionary war general who led the failed invasion of Canada
Montgomery
Rock formation along the river that runs through the city
Little Rock
Secretary of State for the state before it was a state
Austin
Sixteenth president
Lincoln
Spanish, meaning "holy faith"
Santa Fe
St. Louis fur trader of French descent
Pierre
Third president
Jefferson City
Town in central New York
Lansing
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Aug 16, 2018
There's a similar quiz here, but without the yellow box it basically boils down to "name all the state capitals." Also, this quiz is more detailed.