Union personnel prepare to shoe a horse in one of the Army of the Potomac’s temporary blacksmith shops at Petersburg, Va., in August 1864. We take a closer look at immigrant inventor Henry Burden of Troy, N.Y., and the crucial role he and his horseshoes played in the Union Army’s military success during the war.

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