At Vicksburg, Bearss did the research leading him and two friends to the long-lost Union gunboat . Cairo .  He also located two forgotten forts at Grand Gulf, Mississippi .  He was promoted in 1958 to Southeast regional historian, working out of Vicksburg, but he spent the majority of his time on the road, visiting virtually every battlefield in the country. As popular interest in the Civil War increased with the centennial celebrations starting in 1961, Bearss was recognized as more knowledgeable on the battlefields than virtually anyone else and he was enlisted to develop a variety of new parks, including Pea Ridge and Wilson's Creek . During his long NPS career, he also led efforts in Fort Smith ; Stones River , Fort Donelson ; battlefields around Richmond, Bighorn Canyon; the Eisenhower Farm at Gettysburg ; the gold miners' route over Chilkoot Pass; President Lyndon B. Johnson 's Ranch; Fort Moultrie ; Fort Point [ disambiguation needed ] ; William Howard Taft House; Fort Hancock at the Boston Navy Yard; and the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site.
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