Samuel Gompers was a labor leader who was elected president of the American Federation of Labor (AFL) at its creation in 1886.
Commodore Henry Honeychurch Gorringe was born in the West Indies. He migrated to the United States, joined the U.S. Navy and served in the Civil War.
The Great White Fleet, consisting of 16 battleships and accompanying vessels, sailed around the world between December 1907 and February 1909. An important show of America’s naval power, the fleet’s successful return added luster to Roosevelt's presidential career.
George Bird Grinnell was raised in New York where his family lived for a time on the former estate of John James Audubon.
Groton School is a prestigious, Episcopal, college preparatory boarding school located in the city of Groton, in far northern Massachusetts.