|Born||May 26, 1869|
|Died||October 21, 1944 (aged 75)|
Cartier was the quarterback for the very first game in the history of the Notre Dame football program — a 0-8 loss to Michigan on November 23, 1887. George was the younger brother of philanthropist Warren A. Cartier, for whom the university's Cartier Field was named.
After graduating from Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, Cartier relocated to South Bend, Washington, where he became co-founder and manager of the South Bend Mills & Timber Company, and was elected mayor of the city in 1910. In 1919, he built the Copper Creek Lodge near Mount Rainier in Ashford, Washington, and lived there with his wife and daughter until 1931.
Cartier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Albert Cartier (born 1960), French footballer
Antoine Ephrem Cartier (1836–1910), American businessman
Edd Cartier (1914–2008), American magazine illustrator
Emile de Cartier de Marchienne (1871–1946), Belgian diplomat
Emmanuel Cartier, French criminal
George Cartier (1869-1944), American football player
George-Étienne Cartier (1814–1873), Canadian statesman and Father of Confederation
Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908–2004), French photographer
Jacques Cartier (1491–1557), French explorer
Jacques Cartier (businessman) (1750–1814), Canadian entrepreneur and politician
John Cartier (1733-1802), British colonial governor
Patricia Cartier, French criminal
Pierre Cartier (mathematician) (born 1932), French mathematician
Rudolph Cartier (1904–1994), Austrian television director
Walter Cartier (1922–1995), American boxer turned actor
Warren Antoine Cartier (1866–1936), American businessmanList of Notre Dame Fighting Irish starting quarterbacks
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