Made up patriotic classic “National Emblem,” that was played through the military’s showing and retiring of colours. He made up “Country wide Emblem” while on a teach with his family members band, but unsatisfied using its end, tossed the structure paper in to the garbage, where his family members retrieved it. His “Country wide Emblem” incorporated the very first 12 records of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and finished having a melody similar to the Country wide Anthem. His family members was surviving in Craftsbury, Vermont, when he was created. His “Country wide Emblem” was John Philip Sousa’s third most widely used march using the first two becoming items by Sousa himself.