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Nov 10, 2019

[Answer] Which U.S. state has moved its capital the most times?

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...1. Louisiana 2. Maine 3. Georgia 4. Washington




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Georgia - Many states have moved their capitals at least once. In fact, only a handful have had a single capital from their creation as a colony or territory to the statehood they enjoy today, but only Georgia has had five. In the 18th century, Savannah became the site of the area’s first British settlement and was the first official seat of government when Georgia became a state in 1776. In 1778, they were forced out when the British took the city. Although there were those who wanted Savannah to be restored as the capital when it was taken back, others wanted to recognize the city of Augusta, so legislators moved back and forth between the two cities before agreeing to officially designate Augusta as Georgia’s new capital. The agreement didn't last, as concerns that Augusta was not centrally located led to the building of a new city named after Louis XVI of France. By 1796, the state government moved into Louisville's newly completed red-brick capitol building where they remained for 10 years. During that time, the capture of Native American lands expanded Georgia's Western border and, as before, a new capital was constructed in the more centrally located Milledgeville. It remained the capital through the Civil War, but in 1868, the state government moved for the fifth and final time to Atlanta because of its importance as a railroad hub.:


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