• George Frederick Root

    George Frederick Root

    George Frederick Root (August 30, 1820 – August 6, 1895) was an American songwriter, who found particular fame during the American Civil War, with songs such as "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! " and "The Battle Cry of Freedom ". He is regarded as the first American to compose a secular cantata.

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  • Frederick George Gurnsey

    Frederick George Gurnsey

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  • George Frederick Pardon

    George Frederick Pardon

    George Frederick Pardon (1824–1884) was an English journalist and writer, especially on sports and games, where he used the pseudonym Rawdon Crawley or Captain Crawley.

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