Old Black and White photographs from history brought to life through the process of colorization. Read an Article, Play a Quiz, or Check out a portfolio and share your passion with like-minded history-lovers while checking out colorized photos from important moments in history. If you like the sound of that, this is the website for you. Here at HistoryColored we strive to show a wide range of history from various cultures across the globe during the years that photography existed. The period often covered in the articles is usually from the 1840s up to and into the 1970s; there are often occasions where we also share the story of an interesting event or person and there is no photos available to colorize. There truly is something for every history-lover on the History Colored site. This is colorized history. Have a look around.
Check out a colorized photo of possibly the oldest man to have ever lived, Chief John Smith aka White Wolf was reputed to have lived to the age of 137.
Ever wondered what happened to the Founding Fathers after the declaration of independence was signed in 1776? Find out more about what they did here.
Marian Anderson was an African-American Opera singer born in Philadelphia in 1897. Check out this article to read about the ups and downs of Marian’s singing career and the struggles she faced in United States in the early 1900s.
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