The Mapping History Project has been designed to provide interactive and animated representations of fundamental historical problems and/or illustrations of historical events, developements, and dynamics. The material is copyrighted, but is open and available to academic users. Inquiries about the re-use of the material in a comercial or academic context should be sent to the editors.
The American History part of this site includes the first edition maps. The European History part of this site includes the third edition maps. The following is an explanation of the different editions of the atlas.
The First Edition of the atlas was published on this site in August, 1997. Some map modules require Shockwave. Editors: James Mohr and John Nicols, Department of History, University of Oregon.
A Second Edition, focusing on the history of the United States, was developed with Pearson Education and could be found at the Pearson Education History Place web site. Editors: James Mohr and John Nicols, Department of History, University of Oregon.
The Third Edition is devoted to European history and was developed by historians at the University of Oregon and the Universität Münster. Editors: James Mohr and John Nicols, Department of History, Oregon and Professors Peter Funke and Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger of Münster).
Mapping History has been supported over the years by grants from the Oregon University System, the University of Oregon, the Norman Brown Family Fellowship Fund, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and the Universität Münster.
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