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Jul 6, 2023

[Answer] What state shares no common letters with its capital?

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...1. South Dakota 2. Maine 3. Rhode Island 4. Iowa

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South Dakota - Of all 50 U.S. states and their corresponding capitals, there is only one pairing that shares no common letters between them: Pierre and South Dakota. It also happens to be the country’s second-smallest state capital by population (after Montpelier, Vermont) with just over 14,000 residents. Before Pierre became the capital — in fact, before South Dakota even became a state — Yankton was the capital of the Dakota Territory, which covered both North and South Dakota. Of course, Yankton would share several letters with its state, if only the capital had stayed put. However, it moved to Bismarck in 1883 (the current capital of North Dakota) and, six years later in 1889, the Dakotas split in two, with North Dakota retaining its capital. South Dakota chose Pierre as its temporary replacement, being that it stood in the middle of the state. After going to a public vote, Pierre became the permanent capital in 1890.:

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