George Edward Gouraud (30 June 1842 - 20 February 1912) was an American Civil War recipient of the Medal of Honor who later became famous for introducing the new Edison Phonograph cylinder audio recording technology to England in 1888.

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  • George Edward Gouraud (30 June 1842 - 20 February 1912) was an American Civil War recipient of the Medal of Honor who later became famous for introducing the new Edison Phonograph cylinder audio recording technology to England in 1888. (en)
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  • 1842-6-30
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  • 1912-2-20
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  • 1865-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 1861-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Gouraud as caricatured by Ape in Vanity Fair, April 1889
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  • United States Army Medal of Honor recipient (en)
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  • George Edward Gouraud (30 June 1842 - 20 February 1912) was an American Civil War recipient of the Medal of Honor who later became famous for introducing the new Edison Phonograph cylinder audio recording technology to England in 1888. (en)
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  • George Edward Gouraud (en)
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