When did Columbus become Ohio's state capital?

Answer Columbus became the state capital of Ohio in 1816. The capital was previously located in Chillicothe and Zanesville, but moved to Columbus in that year. The state built the city with the intention ... Read More »

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What year did Columbus become Ohio's state capital?

According to the City of Columbus Department of Development, Columbus became the capital of the State of Ohio in 1816. As of February 2010, Columbus is the most populous city in Ohio.Source:City of... Read More »

What state has Columbus as its capital?

The city of Columbus is the state capital of Ohio. Taking its name after the famed explorer, Columbus was officially named as state capital in 1816, the same year it was established as a city, than... Read More »

When did Tallahassee become the state capital?

The city of Tallahassee was established in 1825, following a decision by the legislature to locate the capital of Florida between St. Augustine and Pensacola. As of February 2010, Tallahassee is th... Read More »

When did Tallahassee become Florida's state capital?

Tallahassee was chosen as the capital of the Florida territory in 1824. Florida became a state in 1845, at which time the territorial capital became the state capital. The state capitol building wa... Read More »