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unsung hero: the horse in the civil war

"Unsung Hero: The Horse in the Civil War" presents the story of the millions of horses (and mules) that were used in all branches of both armies during the Civil War.  It discusses how the horses were procured and trained for field use, how they were fed and maintained, and the toll taken on them due to service in the field.

Millions of horses were utilized by the armies in all theaters of war.  In the large armies, anywhere from forty to sixty thousand horses (and mules) were used in the infantry, cavalry, artillery and quartermaster services.

Regularly feeding, shoeing and maintaining the horses and mules was a near impossible task.

As a result, thousands of horses were lost due to incapacity and malnutrition.  Thousands more were lost on battlefields.  Memoirs of soldiers are read, telling the stories of the horses they recalled and the incredible sacrifices of them.  In the end, more than 1,500,000 horses (and mules) died during the War. 

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