Henry Morton Stanley's Map is a blank scroll that shows an ink drawn aerial picture of wherever the user has been when activated. If a person touches the map it will show where the individual has been in the last 12 hours with 'x's on places they visited in this time period (multiple 'x's in one location if there were several visits). A person's hand can be forced into contact with the map, as Sally Stukowski's was, and still have the desired effect.

History[edit | edit source]

Sir Henry Morton Stanley was a Welsh journalist and explorer. He's best known for his 1871 Zanzibar expedition in which he searched for David Livingstone who went to Africa as a missionary. The London Missionary Society lost

28 January 1841 – 10 May 1904

contact with him six years ago and they sent Stanley to find him. When he found Livingstone, he supposedly uttered the famous phrase, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?".

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Henry Morton Stanley's Map

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