Nineteenth-century History

Wyoming Territorial Prison Museum Website

For the past couple of weeks in between final projects for the university, I’ve been working on the website for the Wyoming Territorial Prison Museum. Originally I was going to do an internship there, but because that fell through due to timing issues, I was just commissioned instead to do the website.

Wyoming Territorial Prison in the late 1890s

Wyoming Territorial Prison in the late 1890s

My goal was to somewhat mimic the design of this blog, but of course with its own look and feel. I think I’ve successfully accomplished that. Now that the site is up and full operational, I am going to be translating the site into German by request of the museum curator. I’ve already started the process, but I haven’t finished that part yet.

The English version is complete, however, and I recommend you take a look at it here: http://www.wyomingterritorialpark.com.

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