Damien Cregeau earned his bachelor’s in history at Hillsdale College in Michigan, including a semester abroad at Oxford University, and his master’s in history at Colorado State University. He specializes in espionage of the American Revolution as well as the life and military service of Alexander Hamilton. He has spoken nationally, from Washington, D.C. to Boston, including the Army-Navy Club, Fraunces Tavern Museum, and the FBI’s New York Office. He has published articles for Leatherneck magazine, the DAR’s American Spirit magazine, and Financial History magazine. He is currently working on a book on Gen. Jedediah Huntington and his patriot brothers in the American Revolution.