On this 4 disc set you will hear directly from the man who some have called our greatest living national treasure. You will hear Civil War stories and more, as Ed discusses his serious wounding int he Pacific in WWII, his work on the Battle of Brice’s Crossroads, his work salvaging the U.S.S. Cairo, and his personal discussion with LBJ in the planning and acquisition of the LBJ Ranch for the National Park Service.
“Suicide Creek,” “Worse than Guadacanal:” The Wounding of Ed Bearss, January 2, 1944
How Not to Raise a Gunboat: The Salvaging and Restoration of the U.S.S. Cairo
Forrest at Brice’s Crossroads, Putting the Scare on the Yankees
Me andLBJ, Ed’s Interviews with President Johnson
Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours hosts Civil War tours led by nationally recognized historians since 1989.