Reconstruction 360 is a web and mobile application that brings contemporary scholarship about Reconstruction to a project designed for mobile devices. Intended for the general public, students and educators, Reconstruction 360 uses a place-based case-study model that incorporates 360° videos and short documentary films. On-camera historians help to place the stories in the historical, social and geographic context, while interviews with descendants document personal connections to the past. Geolocative maps guide users on a tour through Reconstruction landmarks using mobile multimedia resources cued by physical location. Together, these elements create a history resource that is accessible, portable and appealing, making immersive mobile-first experiences widely available to a global audience on tablets and smartphones, and increasing understanding of the Reconstruction era for all users of digital platforms. Reconstruction 360 is a project of South Carolina ETV, and is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.