A passionate historian with a lifelong interest in history, Alan H. Archambault worked as a military-museum curator for more than thirty-five years at Fort Meade in Maryland and Fort Lewis in Washington. After his successful career at the army museums, he was chosen to serve as the supervisory museum curator for fourteen army museums in Washington, DC. Throughout his years as a curator, Archambault worked as a freelance illustrator by providing artwork for numerous publications and creating hundreds of exhibits, most of which were related to military history.
Dedicated to preserving and learning from the past, Archambault uses his history background and vivid imagination to create artwork that encourages viewers to better appreciate and understand their own heritage. He has given lectures for the Historic Fort Steilacoom Association, and radio and television programs have interviewed him about the Civil War. He is a member of the Company of Military Historians and the Friends of the Fort Lewis Military Museum.
After serving in the United States Army, Archambault graduated from Rhode Island College with a bachelor’s degree in fine art. During his collegiate career, he was commissioned by several publications and museums to provide artwork and research for bicentennial publications and exhibits. Since his retirement from federal service, Archambault enjoys wildlife, hiking with his dogs, and visiting historic sites. He lives in Lakewood, Washington.
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