Using 1 gram of 241Am from LANL stocks, the purification steps required to obtain a solution of 241Am from the original material are described. Part of the purified solution was submitted for purity analysis by mass spectrometry,
radiochemistry and trace metals analysis. The impurities were expected to be 239Pu and 237Np. A second fraction of this material was used for electroplating three samples onto titanium disks that were suitable for
insertion into an instrument package to be placed into the DANCE detector. The purification methods used, the electroplating
setup and the solutions to various problems that were encountered in making these targets are discussed. The analytical results
are discussed as well as the yields from the electrodeposition process. Comparison of these yields with those from similar
experiments utilizing 235U and 243Am are also discussed.