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The violence and romance of the Wild West is often exaggerated, but iconic pictures from the era have been brought to life by an eighteen-year-old student. Jared Enos, a student from North Kingston, Rhode Island, spent up to six hours digitally coloring each iconic picture - dating from 1864 to 1910 - to give a fresh look at the frontier period that began with English settlements in the early 17th century. A powerful reminder of a pivotal period in American history, these painstakingly colorized photographs range from portraits of the First Admiral in the United States Navy, David Farragut (left) and President Lincoln's assassination conspirator David E. Herold (inset right), to the cowboy (pictured main), the quintessential symbol of the time. Read More............Cowboys in color: The Wild West brought to life by student who spent hours painstakingly coloring in each black and white photo