What four US presidents have state capitals named after them?
Question #7847. Asked by missy.
Last updated Sep 13 2011.
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McGruff 23 year member
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There are four state capitals named after U.S. presidents. They are Lincoln, Nebraska for Abraham Lincoln, Madison, Wisconsin for James Madison, Jackson, Mississippi for Andrew Jackson, and Jefferson City, Missouri for Thomas Jefferson.
Nov 14 2000, 4:04 PM
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That you know of, There is also Cleveland Ohio, for Grover Cleveland
Sep 10 2011, 9:48 PM
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Baloo55th 20 year member
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Actually, Cleveland was named after General Moses Cleaveland (and had the extra 'a' in it) in 1796 - about 40 years before the birth of Grover Cleveland. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleveland Cleveland, Mississippi, is named after him.
Sep 11 2011, 5:02 AM
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queproblema 17 year member
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In any case, the capital of Ohio is Columbus.
We've never had a U.S. President named Columbus.