Quick Answer: What Are The 50 States Abbreviations??

List of All 50 State Abbreviations

  • Alabama – AL.
  • Alaska – AK.
  • Arizona – AZ.
  • Arkansas – AR.
  • California – CA.
  • Colorado – CO.
  • Connecticut – CT.
  • Delaware – DE.

What is 2 letter abbreviations for states?


ISO ISO 3166 codes (2-letter, 3-letter, and 3-digit codes from ISO 3166-1; 2+2-letter codes from ISO 3166-2)
USPS 2-letter codes used by the United States Postal Service
USCG 2-letter codes used by the United States Coast Guard (red text shows differences between ANSI and USCG)

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Do you put periods after state abbreviations?

However, if you are a journalist or business writer who follows The Associated Press Stylebook (AP), you will abbreviate the state using the traditional state abbreviations below. However, notice that these abbreviations have periods, and in some the second letter of a two-letter abbreviation is lower case.

What is the abbreviation for all the states?

US State Abbreviations

State Abbreviation
Alabama AL
Alaska AK
Arizona AZ
Arkansas AR

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What are the names of all 50 states?

List of 50 States in Alphabetical Order

  1. Alabama.
  2. Alaska.
  3. Arizona.
  4. Arkansas.
  5. California.
  6. Colorado.
  7. Connecticut.
  8. Delaware.

What are the 52 states in the US?

U.S. States & Territories

  • Alabama, Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Arkansas.
  • California, Colorado, Connecticut.
  • Delaware, District of Columbia.
  • Florida.
  • Georgia, Guam.
  • Hawaii.
  • Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa.
  • Kansas, Kentucky.

Is DC a state?

Washington DC is not one of the 50 states. But it’s an important part of the U.S. The District of Columbia is our nation’s capital. Congress established the federal district from land belonging to the states of Maryland and Virginia in 1790.

What is the two digit state code?

USHCN 2-digit State Codes

State Number State Abbreviation State
38 SC South Carolina
39 SD South Dakota
40 TN Tennessee
41 TX Texas

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