Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (589 results returned)

#8037, aired 2019-07-16STATE CAPITALS $400: It's about 85 miles northeast of San Francisco Sacramento
#8037, aired 2019-07-16STATE CAPITALS $800: 6 bronze stars on South Carolina's State House in this city mark where Sherman's cannonballs hit it during the Civil War Columbia
#8037, aired 2019-07-16STATE CAPITALS $1600: Penacook & Rumford are previous names of this capital located on the Merrimack River Concord
#8037, aired 2019-07-16STATE CAPITALS $2000: Antislavery settlers from Lawrence chose the site for this city in the 1850s Topeka
#8037, aired 2019-07-16STATE CAPITALS $2,000 (Daily Double): It's less than 15 miles from Hersheypark to the capitol building in this city Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)
#7828, aired 2018-09-26GETTING COORDINATED $2,600 (Daily Double): These 2 state capitals, 1,450 miles apart, are both just shy of 45 degrees north latitude St. Paul and Salem
#7806, aired 2018-07-16DOUBLE-LETTER STATE CAPITALS $200: It's been home to the Grand Ole Opry since 1925 Nashville
#7806, aired 2018-07-16DOUBLE-LETTER STATE CAPITALS $400: It houses a 338-acre military academy founded there in 1845 Annapolis
#7806, aired 2018-07-16DOUBLE-LETTER STATE CAPITALS $600: It's the hub of an urbanized area that includes the borough of Steelton Harrisburg
#7806, aired 2018-07-16DOUBLE-LETTER STATE CAPITALS $3,200 (Daily Double): Named for a president, it was laid out by Daniel M. Boone, son of the famous frontiersman Jefferson City
#7751, aired 2018-04-30STATE CAPITALS BY COUNTY $200: Fulton County Atlanta
#7751, aired 2018-04-30STATE CAPITALS BY COUNTY $400: Maricopa County Phoenix
#7751, aired 2018-04-30STATE CAPITALS BY COUNTY $600: Anne Arundel County Annapolis
#7751, aired 2018-04-30STATE CAPITALS BY COUNTY $800: Laramie County Cheyenne
#7751, aired 2018-04-30STATE CAPITALS BY COUNTY $1000: Kennebec County Augusta
#7652, aired 2017-12-12ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $200: MEALS Salem
#7652, aired 2017-12-12ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $400: OXEN HIP Phoenix
#7652, aired 2017-12-12ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $600: DOMAINS Madison
#7652, aired 2017-12-12ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $800: FRINGED LIPS Springfield
#7652, aired 2017-12-12ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $1000: I NEED MOSS Des Moines
#7530, aired 2017-05-12IT'S A GROUP THING $2000: Prior to 1800, New York City, Trenton & Baltimore, among others capitals of the United States
#7403, aired 2016-11-16STATE CAPITALS AKA $400: Legendary rising bird Phoenix
#7403, aired 2016-11-16STATE CAPITALS AKA $800: A later apostle St. Paul
#7403, aired 2016-11-16STATE CAPITALS AKA $1200: On "The Simpsons" it comes between C. & Burns Montgomery
#7403, aired 2016-11-16STATE CAPITALS AKA $2000: A Plains-dwelling Native American tribe Cheyenne
#7403, aired 2016-11-16STATE CAPITALS AKA $6,000 (Daily Double): Ancient Greek site of athletic fame Olympia
#7336, aired 2016-07-04STATE CAPITALS $200: This capital's Big Dam Bridge, almost a mile long, spans a dam on the Arkansas River Little Rock, Arkansas
#7336, aired 2016-07-04STATE CAPITALS $400: Although designated Delaware's state capital in 1777, it wasn't incorporated as a city until 1929 Dover
#7336, aired 2016-07-04STATE CAPITALS $600: This capital's name is derived from a Hebrew word meaning "peace" Salem (Oregon)
#7336, aired 2016-07-04STATE CAPITALS $800: While traveling Route 66 through this capital, you'll pass by the Will Rogers Theatre & its striking Art Deco sign Oklahoma City
#7336, aired 2016-07-04STATE CAPITALS $1000: The state museum here is often called the William Penn Memorial Museum due to the statue of Penn in the central hall Harrisburg
#7206, aired 2016-01-04STATE CAPITALS $200: In 1683 William Penn ordered that this Delaware capital be built as a site for a courthouse & jail Dover
#7206, aired 2016-01-04STATE CAPITALS $400: This city southwest of Tacoma was named for some nearby mountains Olympia
#7206, aired 2016-01-04STATE CAPITALS $600: Each September this Buckeye capital holds an Oktoberfest in its restored 19th century German village Columbus
#7206, aired 2016-01-04STATE CAPITALS $800: Attractions in this capital include the Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum & the First White House of the Confederacy Montgomery
#7206, aired 2016-01-04STATE CAPITALS $1,400 (Daily Double): It was selected as a compromise between North Platters & South Platters, who each favored different locale Lincoln, Nebraska
#7120, aired 2015-07-24STATE CAPITALS $200: Juneau had its beginning in 1880 when Richard Harris & Joe Juneau arrived in the area seeking this... what else? gold
#7120, aired 2015-07-24STATE CAPITALS $400: In 1743 the site of this S.D. capital was claimed for France by the burial of a lead plate; the plate was found in 1913 Pierre
#7120, aired 2015-07-24STATE CAPITALS $600: The only house Abraham Lincoln ever owned is located at Jackson & 8th Streets in this capital Springfield
#7120, aired 2015-07-24STATE CAPITALS $800: Atlanta's seal features this mythic bird, which symbolizes its rebuilding that began in 1865 the phoenix
#7120, aired 2015-07-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the Parthenon in Nashville, TN.) The Parthenon in Nashville boasts one of the world's largest sets of doors made from this metal--24' high & 7' wide bronze
#6975, aired 2015-01-02PLACES THAT END IN "IA" $600: One of the 2 U.S. state capitals that fit the category Olympia (or Columbia)
#6890, aired 2014-07-25STATE CAPITALS $400: The USS Slater, a World War II destroyer escort, is a now a museum in this "Empire State" capital Albany
#6890, aired 2014-07-25STATE CAPITALS $800: This capital's Kawaiaha'o church is known as the "Westminster Abbey of the Pacific" Honolulu
#6890, aired 2014-07-25STATE CAPITALS $1200: This Idaho capital has a basque museum & basque language school Boise
#6890, aired 2014-07-25STATE CAPITALS $1,400 (Daily Double): Its family history library on NW Temple St. has over 2.4 million rolls of microfilmed genealogical records Salt Lake City
#6890, aired 2014-07-25STATE CAPITALS $2000: It sits on the Mississippi across the river from the sugar plantations that gave the area the name "Sugar Bowl of America" Baton Rouge
#6877, aired 2014-07-08CONSONANT-FREE STATE CAPITALS $200: Actually not in Hawaii: AAAEE Tallahassee
#6877, aired 2014-07-08CONSONANT-FREE STATE CAPITALS $400: Nowhere near Hawaii: OIE Boise
#6877, aired 2014-07-08CONSONANT-FREE STATE CAPITALS $600: In the midwest, far from Hawaii: IIAAOI Indianapolis
#6877, aired 2014-07-08CONSONANT-FREE STATE CAPITALS $800: Distant from Hawaii: AO OUE Baton Rouge
#6877, aired 2014-07-08CONSONANT-FREE STATE CAPITALS $1000: OOUU Honolulu
#6861, aired 2014-06-16CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $400: Omaha (1867) Nebraska
#6861, aired 2014-06-16CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $800: Knoxville (1796) Tennessee
#6861, aired 2014-06-16CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $1200: Portland (1820) Maine
#6861, aired 2014-06-16CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $1600: Chillicothe (1803) Ohio
#6861, aired 2014-06-16CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $2000: Guthrie (1907) Oklahoma
#6809, aired 2014-04-03small state capitals $200: It's the only state capital that's home to a U.S. military service academy Annapolis
#6809, aired 2014-04-03small state capitals $400: Many of the state government offices in this capital are housed in the Harry S Truman state office building Jefferson City
#6809, aired 2014-04-03small state capitals $600: Its Buffalo Trace bourbon distillery claims to be the USA's oldest distillery in continuous operation Frankfort
#6809, aired 2014-04-03small state capitals $800: It got its name in 1765 to signify the peaceful settlement of a dispute Concord
#6809, aired 2014-04-03small state capitals $1000: This capital on the Kennebec River traces its founding to 1628 Augusta (Maine)
#6744, aired 2014-01-02AMERICAN HISTORY $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) With Missouri as its starting point, the Great Plains, the Rockies & the present state capitals of Salt Lake City, Carson City & Sacramento were on the route of this 19th century service the Pony Express
#6735, aired 2013-12-20HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $600: On its 2,500-mile course to the Pacific, this road passed through the state capitals of Springfield & Oklahoma City Route 66
#6706, aired 2013-11-11STATE CAPITALS $200: This Mississippi capital was named for a general who later became president Jackson (Mississippi)
#6706, aired 2013-11-11STATE CAPITALS $400: Its National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific contains the graves of WWII, Korean War & Vietnam War dead Honolulu
#6706, aired 2013-11-11STATE CAPITALS $600: This New England state capital lies on the main pass through the Green Mountains Montpelier
#6706, aired 2013-11-11STATE CAPITALS $800: Huey Long's grave has an honored place on the grounds of this city's capital building Baton Rouge
#6706, aired 2013-11-11STATE CAPITALS $3,800 (Daily Double): French-Canadian trappers named it for the tree-lined river that provided relief for those crossing the Snake River Plain Boise
#6693, aired 2013-10-23POINT "A" TO POINT "B" $3,600 (Daily Double): It's about a 30-hour drive between these 2 rhyming state capitals Austin & Boston
#6669, aired 2013-09-19ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $800: TORN NET Trenton
#6669, aired 2013-09-19ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $1200: OILY MAP Olympia
#6669, aired 2013-09-19ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $1600: LEG HAIR Raleigh
#6669, aired 2013-09-19ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $2000: SCARY TONIC Carson City
#6530, aired 2013-01-25small state capitals $400: The dome of the state capitol in this Pennsylvania city is a copy of St. Peter's in Rome Harrisburg
#6530, aired 2013-01-25small state capitals $800: Though small in population, it has an area of 3,248 square miles, part covered by an ice cap Juneau (Alaska)
#6530, aired 2013-01-25small state capitals $1200: This South Dakota city was named for Monsieur Chouteau, a fur trader Pierre
#6530, aired 2013-01-25small state capitals $1600: In an 1894 election to decide the state capital, the city of Anaconda near Butte lost out to this city Helena
#6530, aired 2013-01-25small state capitals $4,400 (Daily Double): The completion of the DuPont Highway in 1924 was a catalyst in this capital's growth Dover, Delaware
#6457, aired 2012-10-16OLD STATE CAPITALS $1200: From 1818 to 1826 Tennessee's capital was this boro Murfreesboro
#6457, aired 2012-10-16OLD STATE CAPITALS $1600: Named in 1775 after a battle, it was once Kentucky's capital Lexington
#6457, aired 2012-10-16OLD STATE CAPITALS $2000: Vallejo & Benicia are former capitals of this state California
#6189, aired 2011-07-07STATE CAPITALS $200: The state capital out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean Honolulu
#6189, aired 2011-07-07STATE CAPITALS $400: This Missouri capital is one of the 4 named after a U.S. president Jefferson City
#6189, aired 2011-07-07STATE CAPITALS $600: One of the 2 that end in "polis" Annapolis (or Indianapolis)
#6189, aired 2011-07-07STATE CAPITALS $800: It's the northernmost state capital; it can get real cold there too Juneau
#6189, aired 2011-07-07STATE CAPITALS $1000: As governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger had his office in this state capital Sacramento
#6052, aired 2010-12-28STATE CAPITALS $200: The key on this capital's corporate seal represents it beit the key to the Rocky Mountain region Denver
#6052, aired 2010-12-28STATE CAPITALS $400: The official website of this capital city can be found at talgov.com Tallahassee
#6052, aired 2010-12-28STATE CAPITALS $600: A sign in this Oregon capital marks the 45th parallel "half way between the equator and the North Pole" Salem
#6052, aired 2010-12-28STATE CAPITALS $800: It began as a trading post called La Petite Roche to distinguish it from a high bluff farther upstream Little Rock
#6052, aired 2010-12-28STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): In 1873 the town of Edwinton was renamed this by the Northern Pacific Railroad to honor the German Chancellor Bismarck
#6013, aired 2010-11-03ALPHABETICALLY FIRST $800: ...among the state capitals Albany, New York
#5996, aired 2010-10-11STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $200: New Haven Connecticut
#5996, aired 2010-10-11STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $400: Knoxville Tennessee
#5996, aired 2010-10-11STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $600: Wheeling West Virginia
#5996, aired 2010-10-11STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $800: Huntsville Alabama
#5996, aired 2010-10-11STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $1000: Guthrie Oklahoma
#5890, aired 2010-04-02SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $200: OAK PET Topeka
#5890, aired 2010-04-02SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $400: HEN ALE Helena
#5890, aired 2010-04-02SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $600: RIB SMACK Bismarck
#5890, aired 2010-04-02SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $800: SPIDER FLING Springfield
#5890, aired 2010-04-02SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $1000: HAIR GEL Raleigh
#5863, aired 2010-02-24STATE CAPITALS $200: This site was uninhabited woods when James Doty persuaded the Wisconsin legislature to put the capital there Madison
#5863, aired 2010-02-24STATE CAPITALS $400: It's home to Grand Canyon university Phoenix
#5863, aired 2010-02-24STATE CAPITALS $600: Troy & Schenectady are part of this state capital's metropolitan area Albany
#5863, aired 2010-02-24STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): This capital closest to Sutter's Mill served as a supply center for the Forty-Niners Sacramento
#5863, aired 2010-02-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: This capital was created when adjoining settlements, East Alabama & Alabama, merged in 1819 Montgomery
#5746, aired 2009-09-14STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $200: Tuscaloosa Alabama
#5746, aired 2009-09-14STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $400: Murfreesboro Tennessee
#5746, aired 2009-09-14STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $600: Augusta Georgia
#5746, aired 2009-09-14STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $800: Poughkeepsie New York
#5746, aired 2009-09-14STATES' FORMER CAPITALS $1000: Newport Rhode Island
#5703, aired 2009-05-27IT HAS TO END WITH "U" $2000: The 2 U.S. state capitals that fit the category Honolulu & Juneau
#5538, aired 2008-10-08SMALL STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital on the Kentucky River was named after Stephen Frank, an early pioneer Frankfort (Kentucky)
#5538, aired 2008-10-08SMALL STATE CAPITALS $800: It was laid out in 1858, & its growth was stimulated by the discovery the following year of the nearby Comstock Lode Carson City (Nevada)
#5538, aired 2008-10-08SMALL STATE CAPITALS $1200: This small capital lies about 10 miles east of the Continental Divide & about midway between Butte & Great Falls Helena (Montana)
#5538, aired 2008-10-08SMALL STATE CAPITALS $2000: It's the seat of Kennebec County Augusta (Maine)
#5538, aired 2008-10-08SMALL STATE CAPITALS $3,000 (Daily Double): This city became a state capital in 1826, the same year the president for which it was named died Jefferson City, Missouri
#5309, aired 2007-10-11STATE CAPITALS $400: The Old Barracks in this New Jersey capital housed Continental Army troops during the Revolution Trenton
#5309, aired 2007-10-11STATE CAPITALS $800: The site for this capital was chosen because of its location between Pensacola & St. Augustine Tallahassee
#5309, aired 2007-10-11STATE CAPITALS $1200: In 1849 it replaced New Orleans as a state capital Baton Rouge
#5309, aired 2007-10-11STATE CAPITALS $1600: At an elevation of about 7,000 feet, this city in New Mexico's Sangre de Cristo Mountains is the highest state capital Santa Fe
#5309, aired 2007-10-11STATE CAPITALS $2,000 (Daily Double): One of the 2 state capitals with "City" in their names that lie west of the Rocky Mountains Salt Lake City, Utah & Carson City, Nevada
#5280, aired 2007-07-20STATE CAPITALS $200: In 1821 Mississippi named its capital for this hero of the War of 1812; he didn't become president until 8 years later (Andrew) Jackson
#5280, aired 2007-07-20STATE CAPITALS $400: When Kansas became a state in 1861, this city became capital Topeka
#5280, aired 2007-07-20STATE CAPITALS $600: This capital lies in the Eagle Valley about 30 miles south of Reno Carson City
#5280, aired 2007-07-20STATE CAPITALS $800: Tempe is a southern suburb of this state capital Phoenix
#5280, aired 2007-07-20STATE CAPITALS $2,200 (Daily Double): A statue of Ethan Allen stands within the portico of the state capitol building in this city Montpelier
#5239, aired 2007-05-24ENTERTAINING STATE CAPITALS $400: 1988 was a good year for this actress; she won a best supporting acting oscar & her cousin ran for president Olympia Dukakis
#5239, aired 2007-05-24ENTERTAINING STATE CAPITALS $800: Oscar Goldman was this character's boss in a 1970s series Steve Austin
#5239, aired 2007-05-24ENTERTAINING STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): One alive & one deceased, the 2 brothers who have been nominated for acting Oscars River and Joaquin Phoenix
#5239, aired 2007-05-24ENTERTAINING STATE CAPITALS $1600: This actor who died at 45 starred opposite Elizabeth Taylor in "A Place in the Sun" & "Suddenly, Last Summer" Montgomery Clift
#5239, aired 2007-05-24ENTERTAINING STATE CAPITALS $2000: In one of her first big-screen roles, this actress played Lady Jane Grey in a 1986 film Helena Bonham Carter
#5222, aired 2007-05-01STATE CAPITALS $200: Pass the grape jelly & name this state capital of New Hampshire Concord
#5222, aired 2007-05-01STATE CAPITALS $400: It's the capital of the Evergreen State Olympia
#5222, aired 2007-05-01STATE CAPITALS $600: Much of the trendy Back Bay area of this state capital is built on a landfill Boston
#5222, aired 2007-05-01STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): Because he believed God led him there, Roger Williams named a state capital this Providence
#5222, aired 2007-05-01STATE CAPITALS $1000: It's where you'll find the Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse Charleston
#5164, aired 2007-02-08STATE CAPITALS $200: We're not sure whether the Spanish ship on its city flag represents the Nina, Pinta, or Santa Maria Columbus (Ohio)
#5164, aired 2007-02-08STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital was created by the Missouri legislature & laid out by the son of Daniel Boone in the 1820s Jefferson City
#5164, aired 2007-02-08STATE CAPITALS $800: One of the major attractions in this state capital is the tomb of Abraham Lincoln in Oak Ridge Cemetery Springfield
#5164, aired 2007-02-08STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): Mount Rainier is visible to the east from its state capitol building Olympia (Washington)
#5164, aired 2007-02-08STATE CAPITALS $1000: This capital began as a small Dutch outpost, Fort Nassau, built on Westerlo Island in the Hudson River Albany (New York)
#5078, aired 2006-10-11CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $200: Philadelphia Pennsylvania
#5078, aired 2006-10-11CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $400: San Jose California
#5078, aired 2006-10-11CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $600: Lexington Kentucky
#5078, aired 2006-10-11CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $800: Natchez Mississippi
#5078, aired 2006-10-11CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $1000: Wheeling West Virginia
#4911, aired 2006-01-09STATE CAPITALS $200: One of its nicknames is the "City of Paul Revere" Boston
#4911, aired 2006-01-09STATE CAPITALS $400: One of the world's largest pipe organs is found in the tabernacle in this state capital Salt Lake City
#4911, aired 2006-01-09STATE CAPITALS $600: In 1860 & 1861 Pony Express riders carried the mail from St. Joseph, Mo. ending in this Western capital Sacramento
#4911, aired 2006-01-09STATE CAPITALS $800: Rosa Parks helped make this city "The Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement" Montgomery
#4911, aired 2006-01-09STATE CAPITALS $1000: 4 cities lie within this state capital's city limits: Beech Grove, Southport, Lawrence & Speedway Indianapolis
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $200: Augusta Georgia
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $400: Portland Maine
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $600: Huntsville Alabama
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $800: Guthrie Oklahoma
#4718, aired 2005-02-23small state capitals $400: Delaware's deed, given to William Penn in 1682, resides in the Hall of Records in this Capitol Dover
#4718, aired 2005-02-23small state capitals $800: The name of this capital is another word for God's guidance Providence
#4718, aired 2005-02-23small state capitals $1200: The homes of Mark Twain & Harriet Beecher Stowe can be found in this state capital Hartford
#4718, aired 2005-02-23small state capitals $1600: The Old Barracks Museum in this capital was the location of a major turning point in the Revolutionary War Trenton
#4718, aired 2005-02-23small state capitals $2,000 (Daily Double): A planetarium in this capital bears the name of Christa McAuliffe, who died in the 1986 Challenger explosion Concord
#4683, aired 2005-01-05STATE CAPITALS $200: Nebraska Wesleyan University is in this state capital Lincoln
#4683, aired 2005-01-05STATE CAPITALS $400: (Hi, I'm Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press.) Before joining NBC News, I observed politics firsthand as a lawyer working in the N.Y. Governor's office in this state capital Albany
#4683, aired 2005-01-05STATE CAPITALS $600: This state capital is home to one of the armed forces academies Annapolis
#4683, aired 2005-01-05STATE CAPITALS $800: (Hi, I'm Tucker Carlson of CNN's Crossfire.) One of my first jobs in journalism was as a staff writer at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in this state capital Little Rock
#4683, aired 2005-01-05STATE CAPITALS $1000: It's the state capital whose major newspaper is a "Bee" Sacramento
#4630, aired 2004-10-22STATE CAPITALS $200: This Nevada capital was founded by Abraham Curry, who named it for a famous frontier scout Carson City
#4630, aired 2004-10-22STATE CAPITALS $400: More than half of all U.S. coins are made at the mint in this "Mile High City" Denver
#4630, aired 2004-10-22STATE CAPITALS $600: This state capital was founded by John Sutter, Jr. a year after gold was discovered on his father's sawmill Sacramento
#4630, aired 2004-10-22STATE CAPITALS $1000: Peter Stuyvesant gave it the name Beverwyck in 1652; 12 years later it was given its present name Albany (New York)
#4630, aired 2004-10-22STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): The 20-foot tall statue that stands in this capital's City Hall Plaza was a gift from the citizens of Genoa, Italy Columbus (Ohio)
#4623, aired 2004-10-13small state capitals $400: This capital was once known as Frank's Ford after Stephen Ford who was killed by Indians nearby in 1780 Frankfort
#4623, aired 2004-10-13small state capitals $800: The Johnson Victrola Museum in this Delaware capital tells the history of the Victor Talking Machine Company Dover
#4623, aired 2004-10-13small state capitals $1200: Named for a French city, this smallest state capital commands the main pass through the Green Mountains Montpelier (Vermont)
#4623, aired 2004-10-13small state capitals $2000: The Missouri River lies about 10 miles to the east of this capital, the continental divide about 10 miles west Helena (Montana)
#4623, aired 2004-10-13small state capitals $4,000 (Daily Double): This capital lies about halfway between the North Dakota & Nebraska borders Pierre (South Dakota)
#4577, aired 2004-06-29MIDWESTERN CITIES $800: 2 of the 3 state capitals in the Midwest that are named for U.S. presidents (2 of) Lincoln, Jefferson City, & Madison
#4567, aired 2004-06-15SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $400: Oxen hip Phoenix
#4567, aired 2004-06-15SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $800: In slang Lansing
#4567, aired 2004-06-15SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $1200: Oily map Olympia
#4567, aired 2004-06-15SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $1600: Ill shaven Nashville
#4567, aired 2004-06-15SCRAMBLED STATE CAPITALS $2000: Mack ribs Bismarck
#4551, aired 2004-05-24GEOGRAPHY "B" $600: It's one of the 3 U.S. state capitals found on the Missouri River Bismarck, North Dakota
#4547, aired 2004-05-18STATE CAPITALS $200: Its 44-story office tower is the tallest structure in New York outside of Manhattan Albany
#4547, aired 2004-05-18STATE CAPITALS $400: In 1819 East Alabama & New Philadelphia were consolidated into this Montgomery
#4547, aired 2004-05-18STATE CAPITALS $800: It lies about 50 miles south of Portland on the Willamette river Salem(, Oregon)
#4547, aired 2004-05-18STATE CAPITALS $1000: It lies about 50 miles northeast of Portland on the Kennebec river Augusta(, Maine)
#4547, aired 2004-05-18STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): This capital founded by gold miners has over 100 days a year of below freezing temperatures Juneau(, Alaska)
#4488, aired 2004-02-25STATE CAPITALS $200: A bronze statue known as "The Independent Man" tops the Rhode Island state house in this city Providence
#4488, aired 2004-02-25STATE CAPITALS $400: Opened in 1917, the Museum of Fine Arts in this city was built in the Pueblo Revival style Santa Fe
#4488, aired 2004-02-25STATE CAPITALS $600: Hollywood Cemetery in this city is the final resting place of James Monroe, John Tyler & Jefferson Davis Richmond
#4488, aired 2004-02-25STATE CAPITALS $1000: The exterior of the gov.'s mansion in Tallahassee was inspired by the Hermitage in this other state capital Nashville
#4488, aired 2004-02-25STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): This city dropped the word "Great" from its name in 1868, while it was still a territorial capital Salt Lake City
#4480, aired 2004-02-13STATE CAPITALS $400: The farthest inland deep-water port on the Mississippi River, it became Louisiana's capital in 1849 Baton Rouge
#4480, aired 2004-02-13STATE CAPITALS $800: Its original name was Michigan Lansing
#4480, aired 2004-02-13STATE CAPITALS $1200: It became a state capital primarily through the efforts of Abraham Lincoln, who was then in the legislature Springfield
#4480, aired 2004-02-13STATE CAPITALS $1,500 (Daily Double): Named for a 19th century German chancellor, it was founded as the northwest terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad Bismarck
#4480, aired 2004-02-13STATE CAPITALS $1600: This capital lies on the Susquehana River about 36 miles northeast of Gettysburg battlefield Harrisburg
#4460, aired 2004-01-16STATE CAPITALS $200: Before he was president, George W. Bush occupied the governor's mansion in this city Austin, Texas
#4460, aired 2004-01-16STATE CAPITALS $400: It's home to the NHL's Avalanche & also to a U.S. Mint Denver
#4460, aired 2004-01-16STATE CAPITALS $800: Anthony Trollope called this capital "on the River Kentucky" "As quietly dull a little town as I ever entered" Frankfort
#4460, aired 2004-01-16STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): 2 of the 4 state capitals with the word "City" in their names (2 of) Carson City, Jefferson City, Oklahoma City & Salt Lake City
#4460, aired 2004-01-16STATE CAPITALS $1000: This capital is also the seat of Kennebec County Augusta, Maine
#4379, aired 2003-09-25STATE CAPITALS $200: It rhymes with noisy Boise
#4379, aired 2003-09-25STATE CAPITALS $400: If you go over to Dover, you'll be in the capital of this state Delaware
#4379, aired 2003-09-25STATE CAPITALS $600: New York's Erie Canal extends from Buffalo to near this state capital Albany
#4379, aired 2003-09-25STATE CAPITALS $800: Washington-on-the Brazos was the capital of Texas for a short time before this city became its permanent capital Austin
#4379, aired 2003-09-25STATE CAPITALS $1000: Trenton, the capital of this state, was originally known as Trent's Town New Jersey
#4261, aired 2003-02-24STATE CAPITALS $200: If you want to check out the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, go to this state capital Austin
#4261, aired 2003-02-24STATE CAPITALS $400: Its name is French for "red stick" Baton Rouge
#4261, aired 2003-02-24STATE CAPITALS $800: With a population of over one million, this Southwestern city is the most populous state capital Phoenix
#4261, aired 2003-02-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: Its Strom Thurmond Federal Building was completed in 1979 Columbia
#4261, aired 2003-02-24STATE CAPITALS $2,000 (Daily Double): Among its nicknames are "Zion" & "The New Jerusalem" Salt Lake City
#4250, aired 2003-02-07U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: This river flows through 3 state capitals: Bismarck, Pierre & Jefferson City Missouri River
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $400: No beans about it, this capital is the largest city in New England Boston
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $800: This twin city is the capital of Minnesota St. Paul
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $1600: A 150-foot-high battle monument in this New Jersey capital marks the site of a famous Revolutionary War battle Trenton
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $2000: Every Memorial Day weekend, this city hosts its famous 500 auto race Indianapolis
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $2,400 (Daily Double): It's nicknamed the "Center of the Pineapple Industry" Honolulu
#4134, aired 2002-07-18STATE CAPITALS $200: The 2 most populous state capitals are Phoenix & this Hoosier city Indianapolis
#4134, aired 2002-07-18STATE CAPITALS $400: In August Illinoisans attend the State Fair in this capital Springfield (Illinois)
#4134, aired 2002-07-18STATE CAPITALS $600 (Daily Double): In 1786 it was chosen to replace Charleston as its state's capital Columbia (South Carolina)
#4134, aired 2002-07-18STATE CAPITALS $600: You can see & hear one of the world's largest pipe organs at the Mormon Tabernacle in this city Salt Lake City
#4134, aired 2002-07-18STATE CAPITALS $1000: During the 1920s this city named for a president became the headquarters of the Progressive Party Madison (Wisconsin)
#4121, aired 2002-07-01STATE CAPITALS $200: In the spring and summer, a million bats gather under the Congress Avenue Bridge in this "Lone Star State" capital Austin
#4121, aired 2002-07-01STATE CAPITALS $400 (Daily Double): Appropriately, this capital built a full-scale replica of the Santa Maria in 1991 Columbus (Ohio)
#4121, aired 2002-07-01STATE CAPITALS $400: This Alabama capital is home to the Civil Rights Memorial, designed by Maya Lin Montgomery
#4121, aired 2002-07-01STATE CAPITALS $600: The growth of this capital was stimulated by the discovery of the Comstock Lode Carson City (Nevada)
#4121, aired 2002-07-01STATE CAPITALS $1000: It's the only "burg" that's a state capital Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)
#4009, aired 2002-01-24STATE CAPITALS $200: With 100 inches of snowfall each winter this Alaskan capital is a really cool place to visit Juneau
#4009, aired 2002-01-24STATE CAPITALS $400: Everything's coming up roses at the famous Reinisch Rose Garden in this Kansas capital Topeka
#4009, aired 2002-01-24STATE CAPITALS $600: St. John's Church in this capital city is where Patrick Henry gave his famous "Liberty or Death" speech Richmond
#4009, aired 2002-01-24STATE CAPITALS $800: It's home to Red Earth Inc. & the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Oklahoma City
#4009, aired 2002-01-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: It lies at the confluence of the Mississippi & Minnesota rivers St. Paul
#3957, aired 2001-11-13STATE CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $100: 25 miles north of Terre Haute in this state, you'll find Parke County, the Covered Bridge Capital of the World Indiana
#3957, aired 2001-11-13STATE CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $200: Most cities would cringe, but Hidalgo in this U.S. state embraced being the Killer Bee Capital Texas
#3957, aired 2001-11-13STATE CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $300: A killer place to visit is the Shark's Tooth Capital of the world in Sarasota County in this state Florida
#3957, aired 2001-11-13STATE CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $400: Miss USA, not Al Gore, was grand marshal at this state's Mule-lennium Party in Columbia, the Mule Capital Tennessee
#3957, aired 2001-11-13STATE CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $500: Vidalia is not only this state's official vegetable but the city that's the Sweet Onion Capital of the World Georgia
#3951, aired 2001-11-05STATE CAPITALS $100: The governor's mansion housing George Pataki is in this city Albany
#3951, aired 2001-11-05STATE CAPITALS $200: In 1861 Abe Lincoln moved from this Illinois city and headed for D.C. Springfield
#3951, aired 2001-11-05STATE CAPITALS $300: Think about it... this city was first settled by John Harris around 1718 Harrisburg
#3951, aired 2001-11-05STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): Huey Long was shot at the state capitol in this city in 1935 Baton Rouge
#3951, aired 2001-11-05STATE CAPITALS $500: It's known as "The Crossroads of the Pacific" Honolulu
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $200: This city is home to the Empire State Plaza Albany
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $400: It's named for the third president of the U.S. Jefferson City
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $600: While Portland is Maine's main city, this is the capital Augusta
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $800: The first capital of the Confederacy, it's nicknamed "The Cradle of the Confederacy" Montgomery, Alabama
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $1000: Fall River, Massachusetts is part of the metropolitan area of this state capital Providence
#3866, aired 2001-05-28FORMER CAPITALS $100: Tucson (1867-1877) Arizona
#3866, aired 2001-05-28FORMER CAPITALS $200: Savannah (1777-1778) Georgia
#3866, aired 2001-05-28FORMER CAPITALS $300: Wheeling (1863-1870 & 1875-1885) West Virginia
#3866, aired 2001-05-28FORMER CAPITALS $400: Sitka (1867-1900) Alaska
#3866, aired 2001-05-28FORMER CAPITALS $500: Guthrie (1890-1910) Oklahoma
#3855, aired 2001-05-11STATE CAPITALS $100: A statue of King Kamehameha I stands guard outside the judiciary building in this capital city Honolulu
#3855, aired 2001-05-11STATE CAPITALS $200: From 1701 to 1875 New Haven & this city were twin capitals of Connecticut; today it's the only one Hartford
#3855, aired 2001-05-11STATE CAPITALS $300: The capitol building in this city was designed by Thomas Jefferson Richmond
#3855, aired 2001-05-11STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): The French called a land formation La Petite Roche, thus giving this capital its name Little Rock
#3855, aired 2001-05-11STATE CAPITALS $500: This state capital is in the Green Mountains along the Winooski River Montpelier
#3789, aired 2001-02-08STATE CAPITALS $100: This Colorado capital was the first city to use the Community Chest to finance its charitable agencies Denver
#3789, aired 2001-02-08STATE CAPITALS $200: This state capital is located about 2,500 miles west of Los Angeles Honolulu
#3789, aired 2001-02-08STATE CAPITALS $300: You'll find the John F. Kennedy Federal Building in this state capital Boston
#3789, aired 2001-02-08STATE CAPITALS $500: This capital is the headquarters for UPS, the Turner Broadcasting System & Delta Air Lines Atlanta
#3789, aired 2001-02-08STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): This state capital's metropolitan area includes the cities of Glendale, Scottsdale & Sun City Phoenix
#3724, aired 2000-11-09STATE CAPITALS $100: In 1977 this Florida city replaced its old capitol building with a new high-rise capitol Tallahassee
#3724, aired 2000-11-09STATE CAPITALS $200: The name of this Southwestern capital is Spanish for "holy faith" Santa Fe, New Mexico
#3724, aired 2000-11-09STATE CAPITALS $300: Abraham Lincoln moved to this capital city in 1837 Springfield, Illinois
#3724, aired 2000-11-09STATE CAPITALS $400: America's oldest public art museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum, is in this city whose name contains the word "art" Hartford
#3724, aired 2000-11-09STATE CAPITALS $500: In 1957 this city's Central High was at the center of a desegregation battle Little Rock, Arkansas
#3711, aired 2000-10-23STATE CAPITALS $100: In the old railway line it fell between Atchison & Santa Fe Topeka, Kansas
#3711, aired 2000-10-23STATE CAPITALS $200: Capitals named for women include the capital of Maryland & this Maine capital Augusta
#3711, aired 2000-10-23STATE CAPITALS $300: It's the capital of the state nicknamed "Heart of Dixie" Montgomery, Alabama
#3711, aired 2000-10-23STATE CAPITALS $500: A synonym for this New England state capital could be what's symbolized by the sign here [Deer Crossing] Hartford, Connecticut
#3711, aired 2000-10-23STATE CAPITALS $600 (Daily Double): In 1999 the team once known as the Houston Oilers made a slick move to this capital Nashville (Tennessee Titans)
#3709, aired 2000-10-19AMERICA $200: Among state capitals, it's first alphabetically Albany, New York
#3698, aired 2000-10-04STATE CAPITALS $100: Put on your sunscreen & head to Waikiki Beach, a popular tourist spot in this capital city Honolulu
#3698, aired 2000-10-04STATE CAPITALS $200: It was the site of a famous "Tea Party", December 16, 1773 Boston
#3698, aired 2000-10-04STATE CAPITALS $300: During the Civil War, Union troops led by Sherman captured & burned much of this Georgia capital Atlanta
#3698, aired 2000-10-04STATE CAPITALS $500: It's the capital of the most populous U.S. state Sacramento (California)
#3698, aired 2000-10-04STATE CAPITALS $600 (Daily Double): The capital of Mississippi was named for this man, even before he became president Andrew Jackson
#3655, aired 2000-06-23FUN FACTS ABOUT STATES & CAPITALS $200: The only state capital whose name ends in 3 vowels, it's also the northernmost Juneau, Alaska
#3655, aired 2000-06-23FUN FACTS ABOUT STATES & CAPITALS $400: The only state whose name ends in 3 vowels Hawaii
#3655, aired 2000-06-23FUN FACTS ABOUT STATES & CAPITALS $600: One of the original 13, it's the only state whose name ends in 3 consonants Massachusetts
#3655, aired 2000-06-23FUN FACTS ABOUT STATES & CAPITALS $800 (Daily Double): The only state capital whose name ends in 3 consonants, namely R, C & K Bismarck, North Dakota
#3655, aired 2000-06-23FUN FACTS ABOUT STATES & CAPITALS $1000: It's the only state whose name begins with 2 vowels Iowa
#3582, aired 2000-03-14U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: 2 of the 4 U.S. states that have capitals with "City" in their names Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma & Utah
#3558, aired 2000-02-09STATE CAPITALS $200: In the 1840s it succeeded Detroit as Michigan's capital Lansing
#3558, aired 2000-02-09STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital city's metro region includes Tempe & Mesa Phoenix
#3558, aired 2000-02-09STATE CAPITALS $600: It's nicknamed "The Green Mountain City" Montpelier, Vermont
#3558, aired 2000-02-09STATE CAPITALS $800: It lies at the head of Narragansett Bay Providence
#3558, aired 2000-02-09STATE CAPITALS $900 (Daily Double): Once called Edwinton, it was renamed for a German chancellor Bismarck, North Dakota
#3489, aired 1999-11-04STATE CAPITALS $100: This Utah capital lies about 15 miles from the body of water for which it was named Salt Lake City
#3489, aired 1999-11-04STATE CAPITALS $200: Iolani Palace in this capital city was once home to monarchs Honolulu
#3489, aired 1999-11-04STATE CAPITALS $300: This city was laid out in the late 1840s on property once owned by John Sutter Sacramento
#3489, aired 1999-11-04STATE CAPITALS $500: You'll find this state capital near the eastern end of the Erie Canal Albany
#3489, aired 1999-11-04STATE CAPITALS $600 (Daily Double): What a discovery! Genoa, Italy is an appropriate sister city of this state capital Columbus, Ohio
#3450, aired 1999-09-10STATE CAPITALS $100: Massachusetts Boston
#3450, aired 1999-09-10STATE CAPITALS $200: Nevada Carson City
#3450, aired 1999-09-10STATE CAPITALS $300: North Dakota Bismarck
#3450, aired 1999-09-10STATE CAPITALS $400: Pennsylvania Harrisburg
#3450, aired 1999-09-10STATE CAPITALS $500: West Virginia Charleston
#3442, aired 1999-07-20ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $100: OH NO LULU! Honolulu
#3442, aired 1999-07-20ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $200: SOB NOT Boston
#3442, aired 1999-07-20ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $300: RENT NOT Trenton
#3442, aired 1999-07-20ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $400: ROVED Dover
#3442, aired 1999-07-20ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $500: IS A NUT Austin
#3403, aired 1999-05-26ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $100: Any lab Albany
#3403, aired 1999-05-26ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $200: Males Salem
#3403, aired 1999-05-26ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $300: Proved nice Providence
#3403, aired 1999-05-26ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $400: Poke at Topeka
#3403, aired 1999-05-26ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $500: Leg hair Raleigh
#3386, aired 1999-05-03STATE CAPITALS $100: In 1955 Martin Luther King, Jr. led a boycott of this Alabama capital's segregated bus system Montgomery
#3386, aired 1999-05-03STATE CAPITALS $200: One of the 2 state capitals whose names include that of the state Indianapolis or Oklahoma City
#3386, aired 1999-05-03STATE CAPITALS $300: (Hi, I'm Kristi Yamaguchi) In 2002 the Winter Olympics are scheduled to take place in this state capital Salt Lake City
#3386, aired 1999-05-03STATE CAPITALS $400: The name of this capital is French for "red stick" Baton Rouge
#3386, aired 1999-05-03STATE CAPITALS $500: Dating from 1764, this city's "Courant" is one of our nation's oldest newspapers Hartford
#3376, aired 1999-04-19STATE CAPITALS $100: Musically, this capital is known for its "Pops" concerts & summer concerts on the Charles River Esplanade Boston
#3376, aired 1999-04-19STATE CAPITALS $200: This small capital lies at the western edge of its state's Bluegrass region Frankfort, Kentucky
#3376, aired 1999-04-19STATE CAPITALS $400: A statue of Ethan Allen graces the Capitol Building portico in this city Montpelier, Vermont
#3376, aired 1999-04-19STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): It was the original western terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad Sacramento
#3376, aired 1999-04-19STATE CAPITALS $500: This capital's executive mansion was once the home of James G. Blaine Augusta, Maine
#3370, aired 1999-04-09ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $100: Nix hope Phoenix
#3370, aired 1999-04-09ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $200: Selma Salem
#3370, aired 1999-04-09ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $300: Safe ant Santa Fe
#3370, aired 1999-04-09ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $400: Torn net Trenton
#3370, aired 1999-04-09ANAGRAMMED STATE CAPITALS $500: Not a scream Sacramento
#3342, aired 1999-03-02STATE CAPITALS $100: Over 10 interstate & U.S. highways funnel into this Indiana capital; thus its nickname, the "Crossroads of America" Indianapolis
#3342, aired 1999-03-02STATE CAPITALS $200: Although Delaware's capital since 1777, it wasn't incorporated as a city until 1929 Dover
#3342, aired 1999-03-02STATE CAPITALS $300: Now a museum, the old Governor's Mansion in this capital was constructed by Huey P. Long in 1930 Baton Rouge
#3342, aired 1999-03-02STATE CAPITALS $400 (Daily Double): In the 1860s, it became the last of 4 capitals to be named for a U.S. president Lincoln
#3342, aired 1999-03-02STATE CAPITALS $500: Its newspapers include the Globe, the Herald & the Christian Science Monitor Boston
#3223, aired 1998-09-16STATE CAPITALS $100: MacArthur Park in this Arkansas capital honors General Douglas MacArthur, not Richard Harris Little Rock
#3223, aired 1998-09-16STATE CAPITALS $200: This capital has been home to the NBA's Kings since 1985 Sacramento
#3223, aired 1998-09-16STATE CAPITALS $300: Its one daily newspaper is the Idaho Statesman Boise
#3223, aired 1998-09-16STATE CAPITALS $500: The Peachtree Road Race is a 6-mile run held every July 4 in this capital Atlanta
#3223, aired 1998-09-16STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): The old governor's mansion in this capital was built by Huey Long in 1930 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
#3181, aired 1998-06-01STATE CAPITALS $100: This New York capital was once known as Beverwyck Albany
#3181, aired 1998-06-01STATE CAPITALS $200: In 1982 Alaskans rejected a proposal that would have made Willow the capital instead of this city Juneau
#3181, aired 1998-06-01STATE CAPITALS $300: In hopes that Germany would help finance its railroad, North Dakota named its capital this Bismarck
#3181, aired 1998-06-01STATE CAPITALS $400: Built in 1610, the Spanish Palace of Governors in this Southwest capital is now a museum Santa Fe
#3181, aired 1998-06-01STATE CAPITALS $500: It's "The Birthplace of Dixie" Montgomery, Alabama
#3139, aired 1998-04-02STATE CAPITALS $100: Natives of this city think it's O.K. to call it OKC Oklahoma City
#3139, aired 1998-04-02STATE CAPITALS $200: Dole Cannery Square is one of this city's premier shopping destinations Honolulu
#3139, aired 1998-04-02STATE CAPITALS $300: This city boasts museums devoted to toys, beverage containers & Hank Williams Jr. Nashville
#3139, aired 1998-04-02STATE CAPITALS $400: One of America's oldest churches, the Mission of San Miguel in this city, was erected around 1610 Santa Fe
#3139, aired 1998-04-02STATE CAPITALS $500: The Prudential Center Skywalk provides spectacular views of this New England capital Boston
#3069, aired 1997-12-25STATE CAPITALS $100: It's Louisiana's second largest city & its capital Baton Rouge
#3069, aired 1997-12-25STATE CAPITALS $200: South Dakota's Cultural Heritage Center in this city displays a lead plate left by French explorers in 1743 Pierre
#3069, aired 1997-12-25STATE CAPITALS $300: In 1840 Jason Lee established a mission on the site of this future Oregon capital Salem
#3069, aired 1997-12-25STATE CAPITALS $500: At almost 7,000 feet above sea level in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it's the highest U.S. capital Santa Fe, New Mexico
#3069, aired 1997-12-25STATE CAPITALS $1,900 (Daily Double): Washington Crossing State Park lies northwest of this capital on the Delaware River Trenton, New Jersey
#3014, aired 1997-10-09STATE CAPITALS $100: The Kodak Hula Show in this city is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 1997 Honolulu
#3014, aired 1997-10-09STATE CAPITALS $200: This seat of Kent County, Delaware is named for a city in England's county of Kent Dover
#3014, aired 1997-10-09STATE CAPITALS $300: Magnolia Mound Plantation, an old Creole home, is a tourist attraction in this city Baton Rouge
#3014, aired 1997-10-09STATE CAPITALS $400: The Pueblo Revolt drove the Spanish out of this city in 1680, but they returned in 1692 Santa Fe
#3014, aired 1997-10-09STATE CAPITALS $500: Appropriately, the capitol building in this capital of the "Silver State" has a silver dome Carson City
#2952, aired 1997-06-03REGIONS OF THE WORLD $600: Mexicali & La Paz are capitals of states on this peninsula Baja California
#2940, aired 1997-05-16STATE CAPITALS $100: Every spring the Alaska Folk Festival attracts lots of folks to this state capital Juneau
#2940, aired 1997-05-16STATE CAPITALS $200: The origins of this Idaho city date back to a fort built in 1863 to protect gold miners Boise
#2940, aired 1997-05-16STATE CAPITALS $300: You'll find this capital of Montana in Prickly Pear Valley Helena
#2940, aired 1997-05-16STATE CAPITALS $400: In Sept. & Oct. you may watch salmon swim up the fish ladders in this Washington city's Capitol Lake Olympia
#2940, aired 1997-05-16STATE CAPITALS $500: This city's zoo is only 2 blocks away from a museum devoted to Father Damien Honolulu
#2939, aired 1997-05-15ROAD TRIP $200: Capitals on Interstate 80 include Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Cheyenne & this one in Iowa Des Moines
#2924, aired 1997-04-24STATE CAPITALS $100: The metropolitan area of this Michigan capital occupies parts of 3 counties Lansing
#2924, aired 1997-04-24STATE CAPITALS $200: The area of this Wyoming capital was first occupied by the Native American tribe for which it's named Cheyenne
#2924, aired 1997-04-24STATE CAPITALS $300: This city is the center of Alabama's fertile "Black Belt" agricultural area Montgomery
#2924, aired 1997-04-24STATE CAPITALS $400: Lincoln University in this Missouri capital was founded by black Civil War veterans Jefferson City
#2924, aired 1997-04-24STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): This capital's 1970 merger with the town of Douglas made it the nation's largest state capital in area Juneau, Alaska
#2901, aired 1997-03-24STATE CAPITALS $200: In the 19th century it had co-capitals: Newport & Providence Rhode Island
#2901, aired 1997-03-24STATE CAPITALS $400: Before closing in 1893, this Nevada city's mint made almost $50 million in silver dollars & other coins Carson City
#2901, aired 1997-03-24STATE CAPITALS $800: It's home to Belmont, David Lipscomb & Vanderbilt universities Nashville
#2901, aired 1997-03-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: This capital's population is 47.4% Hispanic Santa Fe, New Mexico
#2901, aired 1997-03-24STATE CAPITALS $1,500 (Daily Double): In 1957 this capital's Central High School was under court order to integrate Little Rock, Arkansas
#2875, aired 1997-02-14STATE CAPITALS $100: Taking 40 years to build, the Mormon Temple was dedicated in this capital in 1893 Salt Lake City
#2875, aired 1997-02-14STATE CAPITALS $200: The California gold rush helped put this state capital on the map Sacramento
#2875, aired 1997-02-14STATE CAPITALS $400: It's nicknamed "The Roger Williams City" Providence, Rhode Island
#2875, aired 1997-02-14STATE CAPITALS $500: In 1624 Dutch settlers founded Fort Orange on the site of this present-day capital Albany, New York
#2875, aired 1997-02-14STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): It's located on the Kentucky River, about 50 miles east of Louisville Frankfort
#2865, aired 1997-01-31STATE CAPITALS $200: From east to west, it extends 20 miles from Makapuu Point to Pearl Harbor Honolulu
#2865, aired 1997-01-31STATE CAPITALS $400: An annual tulip festival in this New York capital commemorates the city's Dutch heritage Albany
#2865, aired 1997-01-31STATE CAPITALS $600: In 1777 it replaced New Castle as the capital of Delaware Dover
#2865, aired 1997-01-31STATE CAPITALS $1000: Franklin Pierce is buried in the Old North Cemetery in this capital city Concord, New Hampshire
#2865, aired 1997-01-31STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): It's said the Christo Rey Church in this capital is the largest adobe structure in the U.S. Santa Fe, New Mexico
#2856, aired 1997-01-20STATE CAPITALS $100: This Colorado city's capitol dome is covered with 47 ounces of gold leaf Denver
#2856, aired 1997-01-20STATE CAPITALS $200: This Ohio city is home to Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery Columbus
#2856, aired 1997-01-20STATE CAPITALS $300: This North Dakota city's capitol building is called The Skyscraper of the Prairies Bismarck
#2856, aired 1997-01-20STATE CAPITALS $400: According to the 1990 census, this Vermont capital had only 8,247 residents Montpelier
#2856, aired 1997-01-20STATE CAPITALS $500: This capital was founded in 1851 as Eagle Station, a stop for wagons crossing the Sierra Nevadas Carson City
#2814, aired 1996-11-21STATE CAPITALS $100: It's part of a metropolitan area that includes Boulder Denver
#2814, aired 1996-11-21STATE CAPITALS $200: On an isthmus between lakes Mendota & Monona, it's Wisconsin's 2nd largest city Madison
#2814, aired 1996-11-21STATE CAPITALS $300: If you drove to this state capital, you'd find it's an anagram of one of the words in this answer Dover (from DROVE)
#2814, aired 1996-11-21STATE CAPITALS $400: To see the grave of Daniel Boone, you have to blaze a trail to this capital Frankfort
#2814, aired 1996-11-21STATE CAPITALS $500: There's an annual dogsled race in this capital of the 4th largest state in the U.S. Helena, Montana
#2808, aired 1996-11-13STATE CAPITALS $200: This Massachusetts capital is the most populous city in New England Boston
#2808, aired 1996-11-13STATE CAPITALS $400: Gold prospectors founded this Alaskan capital in 1880 Juneau
#2808, aired 1996-11-13STATE CAPITALS $600: Three Mile Island, the site of a 1979 nuclear accident, lies outside this Pennsylvania capital Harrisburg
#2808, aired 1996-11-13STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): About 75% of all U.S. coins are minted in this capital city Denver
#2808, aired 1996-11-13STATE CAPITALS $1000: Bill Campbell became mayor of this southern capital in 1994 Atlanta
#2769, aired 1996-09-19STATE CAPITALS $200: This capital of Alaska is located in the panhandle region of the state Juneau
#2769, aired 1996-09-19STATE CAPITALS $400: It's where you'd find Sutter's Fort Historic Park Sacramento
#2769, aired 1996-09-19STATE CAPITALS $600: Assassinated in this city in 1935, Huey P. Long is buried on the Capitol grounds Baton Rouge
#2769, aired 1996-09-19STATE CAPITALS $800: This city founded in 1836 was originally inhabited by Winnebago indians Madison
#2769, aired 1996-09-19STATE CAPITALS $1000: North Carolina's "Research Triangle" is bounded by Durham, Chapel Hill & this capital city Raleigh
#2762, aired 1996-09-10STATE CAPITALS $100: Grand Canyon University is located in this state capital Phoenix
#2762, aired 1996-09-10STATE CAPITALS $200: Mendenhall Glacier & Glacier Bay National Park lie near this capital city Juneau, Alaska
#2762, aired 1996-09-10STATE CAPITALS $300: In 1838 Pierre "Pig's Eye" Parrant became the first settler in what is now this Minnesota capital St. Paul
#2762, aired 1996-09-10STATE CAPITALS $400: In 1614 Fort Nassau, a Dutch trading post, was established on the site of this capital Albany (New York)
#2762, aired 1996-09-10STATE CAPITALS $500: It's Wyoming's largest city & manufacturing center Cheyenne
#2730, aired 1996-06-14STATE CAPITALS $100: One of the highlights of this city is the Nelson A, Rockefeller Empire State Plaza Albany
#2730, aired 1996-06-14STATE CAPITALS $200: In the 1830s it replaced Vandalia as Illinois' capital Springfield
#2730, aired 1996-06-14STATE CAPITALS $300: In 1864 gold was discovered at Last Chance Gulch, now the main street of this Montana capital Helena
#2730, aired 1996-06-14STATE CAPITALS $400: Gettysburg Battlefield is located about 35 miles southwest of this capital Harrisburg
#2730, aired 1996-06-14STATE CAPITALS $500: This city in the Green Mountains is home to the New England Culinary Institute Montpelier
#2585, aired 1995-11-24STATE CAPITALS $100: Now a state capital, it was the site of a surprise attack December 7, 1941 Honolulu
#2585, aired 1995-11-24STATE CAPITALS $200: Basketball's Utah Jazz play their home games in this capital city Salt Lake City
#2585, aired 1995-11-24STATE CAPITALS $300: For 2 months in 1784, it served as the temporary capital of the U.S.; it became New Jersey's capital in 1790 Trenton
#2585, aired 1995-11-24STATE CAPITALS $400: You can visit the Last Chance Mining Museum in this capital of "The Last Frontier" Juneau, Alaska
#2585, aired 1995-11-24STATE CAPITALS $500: Sugar plantations across the Mississippi from this capital form an area known as the "Sugar Bowl of America" Baton Rouge
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $100: It's home to the University of Minnesota's College of Agriculture St. Paul
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $200: This Idaho capital is located on a river of the same name Boise
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $300: This capital city lies just east of Lake Tahoe Carson City, Nevada
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $500: The Governor's Mansion in this city, the seat of Kennebec County, was the home of James G. Blaine Augusta, Maine
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $1,500 (Daily Double): In 1897 Ransom E. Olds began the automobile industry in this capital city Lansing, Michigan
#2543, aired 1995-09-27STATE CAPITALS $100: This Rhode Island city has almost twice the population of Warwick, the state's second largest city Providence
#2543, aired 1995-09-27STATE CAPITALS $200: On July 4, 1831 "America" was first sung at this city's Park Street Church at the foot of Beacon HIll Boston
#2543, aired 1995-09-27STATE CAPITALS $300: This capital lies at the southern end of Puget Sound on Budd Inlet & Capitol Lake Olympia(, Washington)
#2543, aired 1995-09-27STATE CAPITALS $400: When this future Confederate capital became a city in 1782, half of its population was slaves Richmond(, Virginia)
#2543, aired 1995-09-27STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): Alphabetically, it's the last state capital named for a U.S. president Madison (Wisconsin)
#2525, aired 1995-07-21STATE CAPITALS $100: Technically, it covers the entire island of Oahu Honolulu
#2525, aired 1995-07-21STATE CAPITALS $200: It's not only "the Mile High City", but the "Queen City of the Rockies" Denver
#2525, aired 1995-07-21STATE CAPITALS $300: Built in 1735, the Old Treasury in this capital city is the oldest extant public building in Maryland Annapolis
#2525, aired 1995-07-21STATE CAPITALS $400: Revolutionary War veteran Col. Jacob Davis named this Vermont capital after a French City Montpelier
#2525, aired 1995-07-21STATE CAPITALS $500: It's home to the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)
#2400, aired 1995-01-27STATE CAPITALS $100: A walkway separates this city's capitol building from Iolani Palace Honolulu
#2400, aired 1995-01-27STATE CAPITALS $200: Frankfort, Kentucky's capitol rotunda & dome were copied from this French emperor's tomb Napoleon
#2400, aired 1995-01-27STATE CAPITALS $300: Henry Hudson is among those depicted in carvings on a staircase in this city's capitol building Albany, New York
#2400, aired 1995-01-27STATE CAPITALS $400: The capitol building in Jefferson City stands on a hill overlooking this river Missouri River
#2400, aired 1995-01-27STATE CAPITALS $500: The state capitol building in this SW city is shaped like the sun symbol of the Zia Indians Santa Fe, New Mexico
#2355, aired 1994-11-25STATE CAPITALS $100: Built in 1792, St. Joseph's Cathedral is the oldest church in this Louisiana capital Baton Rouge
#2355, aired 1994-11-25STATE CAPITALS $200: It was once called Anne Arundel Town after the wife of the 2nd Lord Baltimore Annapolis
#2355, aired 1994-11-25STATE CAPITALS $300: This Kansas city's zoological park boasts a tropical rain forest habitat Topeka
#2355, aired 1994-11-25STATE CAPITALS $400: You can visit the Rodeo Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in this city Oklahoma City
#2355, aired 1994-11-25STATE CAPITALS $500: This city covers 3,108 square miles, making it the largest state capital in area in the U.S. Juneau, Alaska
#2340, aired 1994-11-04STATE CAPITALS $100: Mendota, Monona, Kegonsa & Waubesa are the "Four Lakes" of this Wisconsin capital Madison
#2340, aired 1994-11-04STATE CAPITALS $200: It's the capital of the "Garden State" Trenton
#2340, aired 1994-11-04STATE CAPITALS $300: In October an apple butter festival is held at the Carl G. Fenner Arboretum in this Michigan capital Lansing
#2340, aired 1994-11-04STATE CAPITALS $400: It's nicknamed the "Green Mountain City" Montpelier (Vermont)
#2340, aired 1994-11-04STATE CAPITALS $500: The Gastineau Salmon Hatchery is an attraction in this city that lies along the Gastineau Channel Juneau, Alaska
#2182, aired 1994-02-15STATE CAPITALS $200: Tourist sites in this capital include Quincy Market & Faneuil Hall Boston
#2182, aired 1994-02-15STATE CAPITALS $400: Abraham Lincoln wrote his first inaugural speech at his law office in this state capital Springfield
#2182, aired 1994-02-15STATE CAPITALS $600: The name of this capital on the Kansas River is Siouan for "a good place to dig potatoes" Topeka
#2182, aired 1994-02-15STATE CAPITALS $800: This capital was the western terminus of the First Transcontinental Railroad Sacramento
#2182, aired 1994-02-15STATE CAPITALS $1000: The Centers for Disease Control is headquartered in this southern capital Atlanta
#2157, aired 1994-01-11STATE CAPITALS $200: The Blue Diamond growers will let you taste some nuts when you tour their plant in this California city Sacramento
#2157, aired 1994-01-11STATE CAPITALS $400: The CNN studio tour is a highlight of this capital city Atlanta
#2157, aired 1994-01-11STATE CAPITALS $600: You'll find the World Center for Birds of Prey on West Flying Hawk Lane near this capital of Idaho Boise
#2157, aired 1994-01-11STATE CAPITALS $800: Charles Marion Russell's largest painting hangs in the state capitol in this Montana city Helena
#2157, aired 1994-01-11STATE CAPITALS $1000: The Lightening Route was an electric streetcar system that served this Alabama city for decades Montgomery
#2125, aired 1993-11-26STATE CAPITALS $200: State legislator general Joseph Foose suggested that Ohio's capital be named this Columbus
#2125, aired 1993-11-26STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital's harbor is connected to San Francisco Bay by a deepwater channel Sacramento
#2125, aired 1993-11-26STATE CAPITALS $600: In 1876 this North Dakota capital served as a supply point for Custer's Montana expedition Bismarck
#2125, aired 1993-11-26STATE CAPITALS $800: "The Bluegrass Capital" refers to both Lexington & this capital city Frankfort
#2125, aired 1993-11-26STATE CAPITALS $1000: This capital in the west is the site of Willamette University Salem, Oregon
#2057, aired 1993-07-13STATE CAPITALS $100: Carson City, Nevada was named for this frontier scout-- scout's honor Kit Carson
#2057, aired 1993-07-13STATE CAPITALS $200: You'll find the Menninger CLinic in this Kansas City Topeka
#2057, aired 1993-07-13STATE CAPITALS $300: The Eagle Gate in this capital city was once the entrance to Brigham Young's estate Salt Lake City
#2057, aired 1993-07-13STATE CAPITALS $400: This state capital of New Mexico is nicknamed "The City Different" Santa Fe
#2057, aired 1993-07-13STATE CAPITALS $500: It's the capital of the Sooner State Oklahoma City
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $100: This sprawling Georgia city has been nicknamed "The City Without Limits" Atlanta
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $200: This city is home of the Mile High Greyhound Park Denver
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $300: This North Carolina city celebrated its 200th birthday in 1992 Raleigh
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $400: The Michigan School for the Blind is located in this capital city Lansing
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $500: Middle name of Pamela Dearborn, the general's daughter for whom Maine's capital was named Augusta
#1985, aired 1993-04-02STATE CAPITALS $100: It was named for Hertford, England Hartford, Connecticut
#1985, aired 1993-04-02STATE CAPITALS $200: This capital city of Maine lies on both sides of the Kennebec River Augusta
#1985, aired 1993-04-02STATE CAPITALS $300: Originally called Edwinton, it was renamed in 1873 to honor Germany's "Iron Chancellor" Bismarck (North Dakota)
#1985, aired 1993-04-02STATE CAPITALS $400: Founded by gold prospectors, it's situated about 5,280 feet above sea level Denver
#1985, aired 1993-04-02STATE CAPITALS $500: The Confederate States of America were founded in this capital city on February 4, 1861 Montgomery, Alabama
#1886, aired 1992-11-16STATE CAPITALS $100: The 40-story TCBY Towers office building in this city is Arkansas' tallest building Little Rock
#1886, aired 1992-11-16STATE CAPITALS $200: It's the state capital in which Huey Long is buried Baton Rouge
#1886, aired 1992-11-16STATE CAPITALS $300: Stapleton International Airport in this capital is one of the USA's busiest Denver
#1886, aired 1992-11-16STATE CAPITALS $400 (Daily Double): It's the eastern terminus of the Erie Canal Albany, New York
#1886, aired 1992-11-16STATE CAPITALS $500: The home of William Jennings Bryan is preserved in this state capital where he lived from 1887-1921 Lincoln, Nebraska
#1872, aired 1992-10-27STATE CAPITALS $200: Queen Liliuokalani died in this city in 1917, 42 years before it became a state capital Honolulu
#1872, aired 1992-10-27STATE CAPITALS $400: Cable TV viewers know the first "N" in TNN stands for this state capital Nashville
#1872, aired 1992-10-27STATE CAPITALS $600: If you know that this state's capital is Jefferson City, "show me" Missouri
#1872, aired 1992-10-27STATE CAPITALS $800: This New Mexico capital was founded by Don Pedro de Peralta around 1610 Santa Fe
#1872, aired 1992-10-27STATE CAPITALS $1000: Most of this South Carolina city was destroyed by fire in 1865; Sherman's troops claimed it was an "accident" Columbia
#1842, aired 1992-09-15STATE CAPITALS $100: Among the notable buildings in this capital city are Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall & Paul Revere's house Boston
#1842, aired 1992-09-15STATE CAPITALS $200: The state capitol in this North Dakota city is called the "Skyscraper of the Prairies" Bismarck
#1842, aired 1992-09-15STATE CAPITALS $300: Founded in 1865, the Nevada Appeal in this city is the state's oldest daily newspaper Carson City
#1842, aired 1992-09-15STATE CAPITALS $400: It's been called the "Crossroads of the Pacific" Honolulu
#1842, aired 1992-09-15STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): This state capital is served by Will Rogers World Airport Oklahoma City
#1790, aired 1992-05-15STATE CAPITALS $200: This Pennsylvania capital was previously called Louisbourg, after Louis XVI Harrisburg
#1790, aired 1992-05-15STATE CAPITALS $400: It was chosen as a state capital in 1837, the same year Lincoln moved there Springfield, Illinois
#1790, aired 1992-05-15STATE CAPITALS $800: This city, not Richmond, is where you can find the first White House of the Confederacy Montgomery, Alabama
#1790, aired 1992-05-15STATE CAPITALS $1000: Centennial Park in this southern capital contains a full-scale replica of the Parthenon Nashville
#1790, aired 1992-05-15STATE CAPITALS $2,500 (Daily Double): Named for a city in France, it's located in the Green Mountains on the upper Winooski River Montpelier (Vermont)
#1557, aired 1991-05-14STATE CAPITALS $100: The Colts play their home football games at the Hoosier Dome in this state capital Indianapolis
#1557, aired 1991-05-14STATE CAPITALS $200: This capital of South Dakota lies about 8 miles from the geographic center of the state Pierre
#1557, aired 1991-05-14STATE CAPITALS $300: It's not just a state capital; it's also "Music City, U.S.A." Nashville, Tennessee
#1557, aired 1991-05-14STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): Roger Williams Park covers more than 450 acres in this capital city Providence, Rhode Island
#1557, aired 1991-05-14STATE CAPITALS $500: This capital was originally settled during the "Pikes Peak or Bust" gold rush of 1859 Denver
#1536, aired 1991-04-15STATE CAPITALS $200: This Nevada capital lies 14 miles east of Lake Tahoe Carson City
#1536, aired 1991-04-15STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital's tallest buildings are the John Hancock Tower & the Prudential Center Boston, Massachusetts
#1536, aired 1991-04-15STATE CAPITALS $800: The Sunflower State Exposition is held annually in this capital Topeka, (Kansas)
#1536, aired 1991-04-15STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): By the mid-19th c., this city had become major Pacific whaling port Honolulu
#1536, aired 1991-04-15STATE CAPITALS $1000: This city's capitol building is built in the shape of the sun symbol of the Zia Indian pueblo Santa Fe, New Mexico
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $200: When Houston became Texas' capital in 1842, this city kept the archives & forced a move back to it Austin
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $400: It's named for a Maine general's daughter Augusta
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $800: These 2 capitals both end in "-polis" Annapolis & Indianapolis
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): Listing the states alphabetically, this is the capital of the state at the top of the list Montgomery (Alabama)
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $1000: State capital closest to Philadelphia Trenton, New Jersey
#1319, aired 1990-05-03THE DAKOTAS $600: The 2 states' largest cities are Fargo & Sioux Falls, not these, their capitals Bismarck & Pierre
#1266, aired 1990-02-19STATE CAPITALS $200: William Penn authorized the founding of this city named for a British city known for its white cliffs Dover, Delaware
#1266, aired 1990-02-19STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital was named for Germany's "Iron Chancellor" Bismarck, North Dakota
#1266, aired 1990-02-19STATE CAPITALS $600: It was previously the capital of a monarchy & a republic Honolulu, Hawaii
#1266, aired 1990-02-19STATE CAPITALS $800: This southern capital's seal contains a 6-pointed star & the words "Cradle Of The Confederacy" Montgomery, Alabama
#1266, aired 1990-02-19STATE CAPITALS $1000: It's the only state capital with an oil well on the statehouse grounds Oklahoma City
#1263, aired 1990-02-14STATE CAPITALS $200: The first White House of the Confederacy stands on Washington St. in this Alabama city Montgomery
#1263, aired 1990-02-14STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital lies on an isthmus between Lakes Monona & Mendota 76 miles west of Milwaukee Madison, Wisconsin
#1263, aired 1990-02-14STATE CAPITALS $600: Patrick Henry gave his "Liberty or Death" oration at St. John's Church in this city Richmond
#1263, aired 1990-02-14STATE CAPITALS $800: State whose capital was named after the village of Lansing, N.Y. Michigan
#1263, aired 1990-02-14STATE CAPITALS $2,300 (Daily Double): Three Mile Island is located 10 miles south of this state capital Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
#998, aired 1988-12-28U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1,500 (Daily Double): The 2 state capitals located closest to each other are Boston & this one Providence (Rhode Island)
#991, aired 1988-12-19STATE CAPITALS $100: The only house Abraham Lincoln ever owned is at 8th and Jackson Streets in this state capital Springfield (Illinois)
#991, aired 1988-12-19STATE CAPITALS $200: In 1832 Augusta replaced Portland as this state's capital Maine
#991, aired 1988-12-19STATE CAPITALS $300: In 1783 George Washington resigned as Army Commander in Chief in this Maryland capital Annapolis
#991, aired 1988-12-19STATE CAPITALS $400 (Daily Double): The only state capital named for a mythological bird Phoenix (Arizona)
#991, aired 1988-12-19STATE CAPITALS $400: This largest state capital in area is in our largest state in area Juneau (Alaska)
#977, aired 1988-11-29STATE CAPITALS $100: In 1863 the U.S. Army established Ft. Boise, which grew into this state's capital Idaho
#977, aired 1988-11-29STATE CAPITALS $200: Andrew Jackson's home, the Hermitage, served as model for the gov's mansion in this Florida capital Tallahassee
#977, aired 1988-11-29STATE CAPITALS $300: Originally called Waterloo, it was renamed for the "Father of Texas" Austin
#977, aired 1988-11-29STATE CAPITALS $400: The name of this state capital means "holy faith" Santa Fe
#977, aired 1988-11-29STATE CAPITALS $500: This Kentucky capital claims to have had the 1st Boy Scout troop in the U.S., organized in 1909 Frankfort
#970, aired 1988-11-18STATE CAPITALS $200: A library in this capital includes a near-complete collection of Kansas newspapers since 1875 Topeka
#970, aired 1988-11-18STATE CAPITALS $600: The capitals of both North and South Dakota are on this river Missouri
#970, aired 1988-11-18STATE CAPITALS $800: One of two Confederate state capitals that Union troops did not capture during the Civil War Tallahassee (or Austin)
#970, aired 1988-11-18STATE CAPITALS $1000: It replaced Guthrie on 1910, but it wasn't until 1923 that the post office officially recognized its name Oklahoma City
#970, aired 1988-11-18STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): It's the only one-word capital that has the name of its state contained within it Indianapolis
#714, aired 1987-10-15STATE CAPITALS $100: It's the capital & largest city of the state that's smallest in area Providence
#714, aired 1987-10-15STATE CAPITALS $200: Benjamin Harrison & John Dillinger are both buried in this capital of the Hoosier state Indianapolis
#714, aired 1987-10-15STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): [AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] 1 of the 2 states whose capital is mentioned in the following lyrics: "Do you hear that whistle down the line,/I figure that it's Engine #49/She's the only one that'll sound that way/On The Atchison, Topeka and The Santa Fe" (1 of) Kansas or New Mexico
#703, aired 1987-09-30STATE CAPITALS $100: There are 3 capitol buildings in this Arkansas capital Little Rock
#703, aired 1987-09-30STATE CAPITALS $200: Of St. Louis, St. Paul or St. Petersburg, the 1 that's a state capital St. Paul
#703, aired 1987-09-30STATE CAPITALS $300: John Harris refused to sell the land which became this state capital unless it was named for him Harrisburg
#703, aired 1987-09-30STATE CAPITALS $400: This state capital's legal boundaries extend to Kure Atoll, 1367 miles from its center Honolulu
#703, aired 1987-09-30STATE CAPITALS $500: Andrew Jackson's home, the Hermitage, is located near this capital Nashville
#668, aired 1987-07-01STATE CAPITALS $200: Home offices for over 50 insurance companies are found in this Connecticut capital Hartford
#668, aired 1987-07-01STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital was named for the smaller of 2 rock bluffs on which it was situated Little Rock (Arkansas)
#668, aired 1987-07-01STATE CAPITALS $600: In 1610 Spaniards named this capital "the Royal City of the Holy Faith of St. Francis of Assisi" Santa Fe
#668, aired 1987-07-01STATE CAPITALS $1000: The least populous state capital, it's found in the least populous state east of the Mississippi Montpelier, Vermont
#668, aired 1987-07-01STATE CAPITALS $1,500 (Daily Double): 2 of 3 state capitals that begin with "P" (2 of) Phoenix, Providence, Rhode Island & Pierre, South Dakota
#590, aired 1987-03-13STATE CAPITALS $200: The population of this capital city is about 2/3 Mormon Salt Lake City, Utah
#590, aired 1987-03-13STATE CAPITALS $400: Providence, R.I. & this large New England city are the two capitals closest to each other Boston
#590, aired 1987-03-13STATE CAPITALS $800: Dirt poor, riding a borrowed horse & carrying everything with him, Lincoln arrived here on April 15, 1837 Springfield, Illinois
#590, aired 1987-03-13STATE CAPITALS $1000: In the late 19th c., a branch of the U.S. Mint was operated in this capital named for a famous frontiersman Carson City, Nevada
#590, aired 1987-03-13STATE CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): Not surprisingly, the state capitol building in this city was designed by Thomas Jefferson Richmond, Virginia
#577, aired 1987-02-24STATE CAPITALS $200: This Mormon-founded capital lies at the foot of the westernmost range of the Rocky Mountains Salt Lake City
#577, aired 1987-02-24STATE CAPITALS $300 (Daily Double): 2 of the 4 capitals that begin with the same letter as their state 2 of (Honolulu, Oklahoma City, Dover and Indianapolis)
#577, aired 1987-02-24STATE CAPITALS $400: It's the capital of the least populated state, Wyoming Cheyenne
#577, aired 1987-02-24STATE CAPITALS $600: Only Confederate state capital east of the Mississippi that Union troops did not capture was this, Florida's Tallahassee
#577, aired 1987-02-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: Due to its classical-style architecture, this capital is called "The Athens of the South" Nashville
#532, aired 1986-12-23LAKES & RIVERS $200 (Daily Double): 1 of the 3 state capitals that lie on the Missouri River Bismarck, Pierre, or Jefferson City
#510, aired 1986-11-21STATE CAPITALS $200: Name of this state capital comes from the French for its many trees, "les bois" Boise
#510, aired 1986-11-21STATE CAPITALS $400: When a city was named for him in 1858, this territorial governor must have felt a mile high (James W.) Denver
#510, aired 1986-11-21STATE CAPITALS $600: Capital named for explorer who was a prisoner in the Tower of London for 13 years Raleigh
#510, aired 1986-11-21STATE CAPITALS $800: It can be found on an arm of Puget Sound Olympia
#510, aired 1986-11-21STATE CAPITALS $1000: In 1754, a colonial congress meeting in this state capital adopted Ben Franklin's plan of union Albany, New York
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $200: This state's capital is named after prospector Joe Juneau Alaska
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $400: "Pig's Eye" was 1st name of Minnesota capital until a church was built there, dedicated to him St. Paul
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $600: State capital that was originally called "Michigan" Lansing
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $800: Only state capital named for a foreign statesman, it's North Dakota's Bismarck
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $1000: There were no Revolutionary War battles fought at this New Hampshire capital Concord
#20, aired 1984-10-05STATE CAPITALS $100: Located 15 miles from its namesake, it was founded by Brigham Young Salt Lake City
#20, aired 1984-10-05STATE CAPITALS $200: Freddie Cannon's "Tallahassee Lassie" would be from this state Florida
#20, aired 1984-10-05STATE CAPITALS $300: Southwest capital named for mythological self-immolating bird Phoenix
#20, aired 1984-10-05STATE CAPITALS $400: It was also capital of the Confederacy Montgomery (or Richmond, Virginia)
#20, aired 1984-10-05STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): Only state capital named for a biblical figure St. Paul, Minnesota
#4, aired 1984-09-13STATE CAPITALS $200: It succeeded Fort Whipple, Prescott, & Tucson as capital Phoenix
#4, aired 1984-09-13STATE CAPITALS $400: Lincoln lived & practiced law here for 25 years before becoming president Springfield
#4, aired 1984-09-13STATE CAPITALS $600: 1 of 4 state capitals that end in word "City" (1 of) Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City, Jefferson City, Carson City
#2, aired 1984-09-11STATE CAPITALS $100: Until 1875 its dual capitals were New Haven & Hartford Connecticut
#2, aired 1984-09-11STATE CAPITALS $200: This N.M. town is the oldest city that's a state capital Santa Fe
#2, aired 1984-09-11STATE CAPITALS $300: Crossing the Delaware on Xmas, 1776, Washington defeated the Hessians at this N.J. capital Trenton
#2, aired 1984-09-11STATE CAPITALS $400: It actually is 5,280 feet above sea level Denver
#2, aired 1984-09-11STATE CAPITALS $500: The name shows its founder, Roger Williams, believed God led him there Providence

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (65 results returned)

#7949, aired 2019-03-14STATE CAPITALS EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI: The last 2 letters of this city's name are the U.S. postal abbreviation for the state that it's the capital of Albany
#7635, aired 2017-11-17STATE CAPITALS: A state capital since 1805, its name begins with the last 4 letters of the state's name Montpelier
#7579, aired 2017-07-20STATE CAPITALS: In 1932 a 4,700-pound piece of the object that gave this capital its "small" name was moved to city hall Little Rock
#7318, aired 2016-06-08STATE CAPITALS: This Midwestern capital was named for a man who was born in what is now Turkey over 2,000 years ago St. Paul
#7267, aired 2016-03-29STATE CAPITAL GEOGRAPHY: Of the 5 U.S. state capitals that begin with the letter "A", the one that is farthest north Augusta
#7252, aired 2016-03-08THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE: 2 U.S. state capitals & 2 major Panamanian ports are named after this European Christopher Columbus
#7248, aired 2016-03-02STATE CAPITALS: Settled in the 1780s, it's the only state capital without a McDonald's Montpelier, Vermont
#7216, aired 2016-01-18STATE CAPITALS: A 1957 event led to the creation of a National Historic Site in this city, signed into law by a president whose library is now there too Little Rock, Arkansas
#7187, aired 2015-12-08STATE CAPITALS: It's the only capital named for a signer of the Constitution Madison
#6727, aired 2013-12-10STATE CAPITALS: It's the Southern city in which the building seen here is located; counting the panels may help Austin
#6441, aired 2012-09-24STATE CAPITALS: Seen here is the seal of this New England city that got its current name in 1637 Hartford, Connecticut
#6223, aired 2011-10-12ART & STATE CAPITALS: The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, home to the largest permanent collection of her works, is in this state capital Santa Fe
#6039, aired 2010-12-09STATE CAPITALS: Forget Me Not, Glacier Avenue & Glacier Highway are streets in this state capital Juneau
#6031, aired 2010-11-29THE CIVIL WAR: These 2 cities in the Southeast & Southwest were the only 2 Confederate state capitals not captured by Union forces Tallahassee & Austin
#5785, aired 2009-11-06STATE CAPITALS: It's the only 3-word state capital Salt Lake City
#5621, aired 2009-02-02STATE CAPITALS: It's the only state capital that bears the name of a U.S. vice president Jefferson City
#5585, aired 2008-12-12STATE CAPITALS: It's the only state capital whose city limits lie on an international border Juneau, Alaska
#5569, aired 2008-11-20STATE CAPITALS: Baton Rouge & this other state capital both have 2-word French names; neither is named for a person Des Moines
#5449, aired 2008-04-24STATE CAPITALS: This Plains State capital of only 14,000 people is the only U.S. capital with no letters of its state in its name Pierre, South Dakota
#5402, aired 2008-02-19STATE CAPITALS: One of the two state capitals whose names end with the Greek word for "city" (1 of) Annapolis or Indianapolis
#5181, aired 2007-03-05STATE CAPITALS: Located in the Central Time Zone, it's the largest city by population to have no MLB, NFL, NBA or NHL team Austin, Texas
#5072, aired 2006-10-03STATE CAPITALS: 1 of 2 state capitals whose names start & end with the same letter Atlanta (Georgia) or Augusta (Maine)
#4973, aired 2006-04-05STATE CAPITALS: Alphabetically, they're the first two state capitals named for presidents Jackson & Jefferson City
#4868, aired 2005-11-09STATE CAPITALS: 5 state capitals, all of them on or west of the Mississippi, begin with these 2 letters S-A
#4551, aired 2004-05-24STATE CAPITALS: This Southern capital was named for an ancestor of a 20th century poet known for his clever rhymes Nashville, Tennessee
#4532, aired 2004-04-27STATE CAPITALS: In 2003 a famous marker on the steps of this city's capitol got an altitude adjustment, being lowered by 3 feet Denver, Colorado
#4448, aired 2003-12-31STATE CAPITALS: In 2000, 1 of only 3 state capitals that had a population of less than 20,000 (1 of) Augusta, Pierre or Montpelier
#4415, aired 2003-11-14STATE CAPITALS: 2 of the 3 state capitals with 5-letter names (2 of) Boise, Salem & Dover
#4226, aired 2003-01-06STATE CAPITALS: One of the 2 state capitals whose names end with the letter "U" Juneau, Alaska or Honolulu, Hawaii
#4185, aired 2002-11-08STATE CAPITALS: In the continental United States, this city is the southernmost state capital Austin, Texas (Tallahassee is a very close second, Baton Rouge, third)
#4068, aired 2002-04-17U.S. STATE CAPITALS: This state capital is farthest away from any other state capital Honolulu
#4023, aired 2002-02-13STATE CAPITALS: This least populous state capital falls alphabetically immediately after Alabama's Montpelier, Vermont
#3955, aired 2001-11-09STATE CAPITALS: Of the 4 state capitals named for U.S. presidents, it's the one that's farthest south Jackson, Mississippi
#3852, aired 2001-05-08STATE CAPITALS: 1 of the 2 U.S. state capitals that begin with the names of months (1 of 2) Juneau, Alaska or Augusta, Maine
#3734, aired 2000-11-23STATE CAPITALS: This Midwest city is the only state capital whose unabbreviated name starts with 3 consonants Springfield, Illinois
#3701, aired 2000-10-09THE 50 STATES: The 2 states that named their capitals for Christopher Columbus Ohio (Columbus) & South Carolina (Columbia)
#3656, aired 2000-06-26STATE CAPITALS: Its name means "sheltered harbor" Honolulu, Hawaii
#3411, aired 1999-06-07STATE CAPITALS: Chartered in 1781, it's the only state capital named for a French city Montpelier, Vermont
#3394, aired 1999-05-13STATE CAPITALS: Add one letter to a word meaning a religious rite & you get this U.S. state capital Sacramento, California
#3203, aired 1998-07-01WORLD CAPITALS: One of the 2 European capitals closest to the United States (1 of) Lisbon or Reykjavik
#3172, aired 1998-05-19STATE CAPITALS: In 1765 this city was named in honor of the peaceful resolution of a boundary dispute Concord, New Hampshire
#3127, aired 1998-03-17STATE CAPITALS: It's the only state capital whose name has 3 sets of double letters Tallahassee
#2992, aired 1997-09-09STATE CAPITALS: Its full Spanish name originally meant "The Royal City of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi" Santa Fe, New Mexico
#2983, aired 1997-07-16STATE CAPITALS: It was named for Britain's last Stuart monarch, who gave the city its charter in 1708 Annapolis, Maryland
#2916, aired 1997-04-14STATE CAPITALS: Like its major streets Hope, Benefit & Friendship, its name is an abstraction Providence, Rhode Island
#2698, aired 1996-05-01STATE CAPITALS: With 12 letters, it's the longest one-word state capital Indianapolis, Indiana
#2629, aired 1996-01-25STATE CAPITALS: This state capital is on the site of a cross erected by Capt. Christopher Newport May 24, 1607 Richmond, Virginia
#2620, aired 1996-01-12STATE CAPITALS: During the 1920s the Progressive Party was headquartered in this capital Madison, Wisconsin
#2579, aired 1995-11-16STATE CAPITALS: This state capital was a compromise choice between North Platters & South Platters Lincoln, Nebraska
#1989, aired 1993-04-08STATE CAPITALS: This city in the northwest is the "City of Trees"; its name comes from the French for "wooded" Boise
#1893, aired 1992-11-25STATE CAPITALS: John Tyler, James Monroe & Jefferson Davis are buried in this capital's Hollywood Cemetery Richmond, Virginia
#1311, aired 1990-04-23STATE CAPITALS: This city was named for a first century Roman citizen & missionary St. Paul, Minnesota
#1206, aired 1989-11-27STATE CAPITALS: Genoa, Italy gave this state capital a 20' statue which was put in front of City Hall Columbus, Ohio
#1196, aired 1989-11-13STATE CAPITALS: 2 of the 3 state capitals lying on the Missouri River (2 of) Jefferson City (MO), Bismarck (ND) & Pierre (SD)
#1180, aired 1989-10-20STATE CAPITALS: Lying at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo range, it's the highest state capital Santa Fe, New Mexico
#1044, aired 1989-03-02STATE CAPITALS: One of three state capitals with the shortest names--only five letters long (1 of) Dover, DE, Boise, ID & Salem, OR
#1020, aired 1989-01-27STATE CAPITALS: Of the state capitals, this one has the busiest airport Atlanta
#979, aired 1988-12-01STATE CAPITALS: The 2 state capitals located on the Mississippi River St. Paul, Minnesota & Baton Rouge, Louisiana
#913, aired 1988-07-20THE 50 STATES: The 2 states that begin with "M" whose capitals begin with "J" Mississippi (Jackson) & Missouri (Jefferson City)
#789, aired 1988-01-28STATE CAPITALS: 1 of 2 letters that begins the names of 6 state capitals, more than any other C or S
#763, aired 1987-12-2318th CENTURY AMERICA: 2 of the 3 cities that served as capitals of the U.S. while also serving as state capitals (2 of) New York City, Philadelphia & Annapolis
#737, aired 1987-11-17STATE CAPITALS: Of the 4 U.S. state capitals named after presidents, this is farthest north and east Madison, Wisconsin
#545, aired 1987-01-09STATE CAPITALS: The only person from whom the names of 2 current state capitals are derived Christopher Columbus
#468, aired 1986-09-24STATE CAPITALS: The 2 New England state capitals that are also their states' most populous cities Boston, MA & Providence, RI
#438, aired 1986-05-14STATE CAPITALS: The 1st letter in the alphabet that does not begin the name of a state capital E

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