Jan 07, 2019 · Of all the capitals, I find Albany (NY) and Harrisburg (PA), the strangest choices. Since New York City and Philadelphia were both at one time Capitals of the USA; you would think that it would be natural for them to be chosen as capitals of their respective States.
Oct 31, 2019 · Really cool quiz. One grump, and nothing to do with your quiz-setting because you're only posting what is declared by the census people, is that "Gettysburg" appearing here is ridiculous - it only has 8000 people. The Gettysburg MSA is the whole of Adams County, a county rural in flavour with a zillion villages and small towns.
- Why Capitals Are Important
- The Purpose of Capitals
- History of State Capitals
If you think back to elementary school, you probably had to memorize the capitals of all fifty states, and may have wondered why those names are so important. As it turns out, those capital cities play a vital role in running the fifty states. Capitals house the legislative, executive, and, in most cases, the judicial branch of the state government. Also, state capitals are often a center of culture and history for their state. So let's take a look at the fifty state capitals and their contri...
A capital city, or a capital as it's commonly referred, is the city where the seat of government is located. Within the capital the building in which the state legislative houses meet is called a capitol. The words capitol and capital can easily be mixed up, so let's establish the key difference between the words. The word capital with an a refers to a city, while the word capitol with an o is always talking about a building.
In the early years of many states, the location of the state capital would shift to different cities or towns before a permanent site had been chosen. For example, in Mississippi the capital was moved four times before finally settling in the city of Jackson. Reasons for moving the capital could include contests between political factions, the decline of the town where the capital was located, a population boom that made another city attractive, or to provide a better location for the state g...
New York was the 11 th state in the USA; it became a state on July 26, 1788. State Abbreviation - NY State Capital - Albany Biggest City - New York City Area - 54,475 square miles [New York is the 27th largest state in the USA] Population - 19,651,127 (as of 2013) [New York is the third most populous state in the USA, after California and Texas]
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Nov 06, 1977 · In reference to Harold Faber's “What's Doing in Albany” (Travel Section, Oct. 2), I would like to register protest against the statement that the only sensible way to see the Albany area is by ...
Under the new map, New York's 27 new districts will have an average population of 719,298, compared with an average population of 655,344 in the current 29 districts.
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