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History in Motion gives you an easy way to create and customize historical scenarios and events, relate them to source materials, and deal with them at any time scale.

(1) Use historical or present-day maps.

Map of the United States in 1833.

Map of the United States in 1833.

(2) Create events at a point, along a path, or covering an area.

The blue line shows the intended path of the police from the 8th Precinct to the Ninth District Provost Marshal's Office, where the draft for the Union Army was being held.  The red area is the mob of rioters stretching for over a mile on Third Avenue.

The blue line shows the intended path of the police from the 8th Precinct to the Ninth District Provost Marshal's Office, where the draft for the Union Army was being held.  The red area is the mob of rioters stretching for over a mile on Third Avenue.

(3) Embed descriptions of events.

Event descriptions automatically close when their events end.

Event descriptions automatically close when their events end.

(4) Deal with time at any scale from minutes to millennia.

Draft Riots events happen over a single day, and time zones hadn't been defined yet, so no need to show seconds or time zone information.  

Draft Riots events happen over a single day, and time zones hadn't been defined yet, so no need to show seconds or time zone information.  

(5) Customize paths and areas with colors and icons.

Color picker gives a rainbow of colors and shades for paths, areas, and area outlines.  

Color picker gives a rainbow of colors and shades for paths, areas, and area outlines.  

History in Motion provides a basic icon library, and you can import your own.  Here, we use an image of the police superintendent as the icon showing the path of his inspection trip on the first morning of the Draft Riots.

History in Motion provides a basic icon library, and you can import your own.  Here, we use an image of the police superintendent as the icon showing the path of his inspection trip on the first morning of the Draft Riots.

(6) include images and links to source materials.

Image of ticket on the last voyage of the Lady Elgin, a Great Lakes steamship that sank in Lake Michigan on the morning of September 8, 1860 on its return from Chicago to Milwaukee.

Image of ticket on the last voyage of the Lady Elgin, a Great Lakes steamship that sank in Lake Michigan on the morning of September 8, 1860 on its return from Chicago to Milwaukee.