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    Posted: 17 Sep 2016 at 17:07
video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-epT1Xutr3o

So I made this video about what parties american state governors throughout USA history. I also made a gif version which can be found here: http://i.imgur.com/RwUThJR.gifv
I am not even american, but reading about its history is sort of a hoby to me, at one point I was looking for a map or slideshow of governors, but I couldn`t find anything like that then I made one by myself.

Here is a full legend: 

Republican - red, all states at least once, 1855-present
Jacksonian Democrats/Democratic - blue, all states at least once, 1820s-present
Independent - yellow
Federalist - dark purple, all original thirteen states at least once, 1780s-1820s
Anti-Federalist - pear green, several states, 1780s-1792
Country - rose pink, Rhode Island, 1790s-1800s
Jeffersonian Republicans/Democratic-Republican, green, many states, 1790s-1820s
Toleration - sea green, Connecticut, late 1810s-late 1820s
Adams-Clay Republican/National Republican - saddle brown, several states, mid 1820s-early 1830s
Nullification - dark teal, South Carolina, late 1820s-early 1830s
Anti-Masonic - dark red, Vermont amd Pennsylvania, 1830s
Rhode Island Party - mint green, Rhode Island, late 1830s-early 1840s
Whigs - brown, many states, 1830s-1855
Law and Order - black, Rhode Island, 1840s
Unionist - blood red, several states, 1850s-1865
Know Nothing - wine purple, several states, late 1850s
Conservative - pine green, North Carolina, 1860s
Military/Provisional - grey, southern states, 1860s-1870s
Liberal Republican - black-red, Missouri, early 1870s
Greenback - bright green, Maine, early 1880s
Populist/People's Party - lime, several states in north west, 1890s-early 1900s
Democratic-Independent - teal, North Dakota, early 1890s
Silver - emerald green, Nevada, late 1890s-1900s
Bull Moose/Progressive - yellow-green, California, 1910s
Prohibition - magenta purpe, Florida, late 1910s
Nonpartisan League - light brown, North Dakota, late 1910s-1930s
Independent Voters Association - purple, North Dakota, 1920s-early 1930s
Farmer-Labor - fern green, Minnesota, 1930s
Wisconsin Progressive - forest green, Wisconsin, late 1930s
Connecticut party - dijon yellow, Connecticut, early 1990s
Alaskan Independence - dark blue, Alaska, early 1990s
Reform Party - orange, Minnesota, late 1990s-early 2000s
Note nr1:
Every color has two shades
Lighter shade - party took, governor of this party took office this year from different party.
Darker shade - party hold, governor of this party held office throughout this year (or took from fellow party member)
*December is the exception, if party took happened this month it is shown as it happened next year
Note nr2:
Very short governorships (ex. few weeks) can not be shown, but there weren`t many of them
Note nr3:
Not every state had office of governor since get go for example Pennsylvania only established it in 1790
Note nr4:
Base map is this http://blankatlas.booru.org/index.php?p ... view&id=90 from http://blankatlas.booru.org

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