The fifteenth and last state capitol I visited on JetBlue’s All You Can Jet pass was in Raleigh, North Carolina. Completed in 1840, it features Greek Revival style architecture.
The fourteenth state capitol I visited was in Trenton, New Jersey. The New Jersey State House has been home to the executive and legislative branches since 1792.
The thirteenth state capitol I visited was in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The state capitol opened on October 4, 1906, replacing the first that was destroyed by a fire in 1897.
The twelfth State Capitol I visited was in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was designed by Richard K. A. Kletting in 1912 and completed in 1916.
The eleventh state capitol I visited was in Augusta, Maine. The first State House was completed in 1832. In 1911, much of the building was demolished except for the front and back walls, and was doubled to a width to 300 feet.
The tenth state capitol I visited was in Concord, New Hampshire. It was completed in 1819.
The ninth state capitol I visited was in Dover, Delaware. Legislative Hall is a Georgian Revival colonial structure, built in 1931.
The seventh state capital I visited was in Hartford, Connecticut. After eight years of construction that cost over $2.5 million, it first opened in January 1879.
Richard M. Upjohn designed the capitol with a High Victorian Gothic style, the exterior consisting of marble from East Canaan, Connecticut. The granite came from Westerly, Rhode Island.