US Secession Map of 124 States 2017 Video

Many parts of the country have tried to secede from the United States over the years. Now, Andrew Shears, a geography professor from Mansfield University has created a map of what the US would look li ....

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Watch US Secession Map of 124 States 2017

Many parts of the country have tried to secede from the United States over the years. Now, Andrew Shears, a geography professor from Mansfield University has created a map of what the US would look like politically if all 124 of the proposed states had been ratified by the government in secessionist movements that took place historically up until 2011. Many parts of the country have tried to secede from the United States over the years. Now, Andrew Shears, a geography professor from Mansfield University has created a map of what the US would look like politically if all 124 of the proposed states had been ratified by the government in secessionist movements that took place historically up until 2011. The map includes a comment from Shears, which says it is "a mapping experiment created to visualize alternative results for various failed state partition proposals through U.S. history." A few counties in the state of Colorado tried to secede from the rest of the state earlier in 2013, even putting the formation of the state of North Colorado on the local ballot for consideration last November. Some residents want to create a new state called Jefferson from stretch of land that runs from northern California to southern Oregon. The map includes the territories of Guam, American Samoa, and Puerto Rico (picture) in the tally of the 124 states of America, along with former states like Franklin, which existed for four and a half years in what is now North Carolina.

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