8 edition of Take command, Captain Farragut! found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43).
|Statement||Peter Roop and Connie Roop ; illustrated by Michael McCurdy.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Contributions||Roop, Connie., McCurdy, Michael.|
|LC Classifications||E467.1.F23 R59 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||00038612|
Take command, Captain Farragut! by Peter Roop (Book) David Farragut, boy midshipman by Laura Long , with the general orders published prior to and after the battle by David Glasgow Farragut (Book) 2 editions published. The story of the ten-year-old boy who becomes captain of a ship After his mother’s death, young David Glasgow Farragut is forced to leave home to live with Captain Porter and his wife. During the War of , Captain Porter is posted to the Essex, and he chooses to bring David with him .
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Take Command, Captain Farragut. by Peter Roop and Connie Roop, illus. by Michael McCurdy, presents the true story of year-old David Glasgow Farragut, who ascended the ranks from midshipman to captain (at age 12) aboard a U.S.
naval ship during the War of /5(2). After taking control of a captured ship near Valparaíso, Chile, Farragut, only twelve years old, is assigned his first position as full captain and given the captain’s sword he has coveted from the start.
Told through fictional letters that Farragut wrote to his father from prison after his capture, Take Command, Captain Farragut!Brand: Open Road Media. TAKE COMMAND, CAPTAIN FARRAGUT. by Peter Captain Farragut! book & Connie Roop & illustrated by Michael McCurdy.
Age Range: 8 - Told through fictional letters that Farragut wrote to his father from prison after his capture, Take Command, Captain Farragut. gives young readers an extraordinary view into the life of an adventurer who today would be a : Open Road Media.
Get this from a library. Take command, Captain Farragut!. [Peter Roop; Connie Roop; Michael McCurdy] -- David Glasgow Farragut became a midshipman on the frigate Essex and fought during the War of The story is told in letters back to his father.
Get this from a library. Take command, Captain Farragut!. [Peter Roop; Connie Roop; Michael McCurdy] -- Starting his career in the U.S. Navy at the age of ten, David Farragut performed his tasks so well that he was fighting aboard a ship during the War of.
In fact, it was in taking command of one of those captured ships off of Valparaiso, Chile, that Farragut, then only twelve years old, was assigned his first position as full captain and was given the captain's sword he had coveted from the Take Command, Captain Farragut!, Peter and Connie Roop imagine a series of letters written by Farragut to his father while on a prison ship after the British /5.
Farragut started sailing as a very young boy with his dad on Lake Pontchartrain. Upon his mom's death 9 year old Farragut was sent to live with the family of Commodore David Porter. At 10 Farragut was appointed midshipman on Porter's boat, the Essex.
By 12 he'd captained a /5. Take Command, Captain Farragut!By Peter and Connie Mary Harris Russell. Mary Harris Russell, who teaches English at Indiana University Northwest, reviews children's books.
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The first, Take Command, Captain Farragut. by Peter Roop and Connie Roop, illus. by Michael McCurdy, presents the true story of year-old David Glasgow Farragut, who ascended the ranks from. Take Command, Captain Farragut. by Peter and Connie Roop. I have yet to read a book by this husband and wife team that I did not like.
Always a good story and always something interesting to learn. In this short biography we learn about Captain Farragut's younger days as a midshipman in the US Navy during the War of The Science Fiction Venturer Twelve series features an Admiral Farragut in command of Earth's Space Navy in the far future.
Lesson Summary. In Jules Verne's 20, Leagues Under the Sea, Commander Farragut is an officer in the American Navy. He is the captain of the Abraham Lincoln, a high-speed frigate. They're on a. Command of the first division of gunboats was given to Captain Theodorus Bailey, who was also appointed second in overall command, to take over if Farragut himself were to become incapacitated.
Command of the second division of gunboats was given to Captain Henry H. Bell. Farragut retained divisional command of the ships for himself.
Told through fictional letters that Farragut wrote to his father from prison after his capture, Take Command, Captain Farragut.
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Premise: In this book, the Roman leader Caesar Magnus is assassinated during an ceremony in honor of the Merrimack's captain Farragut.
In order to keep the tenuous peace between the Roman Empire, Farragut must travel deep into Hive territory to not only find out who ordered and The Sagittarius Command is the third book in the Tour of the /5(44). This book contains a full and fascinating biography of one of the most famous figures in American naval history, David Glasgow Farragut.
David Farragut ( - ) was a flag officer of the United States Navy during the American Civil. No admiral in America's Civil War fought with more distinction than David Glasgow Farragut, the first admiral of the U.S. Navy. Yet despite being considered by historians the most important American naval officer before World War II, no substantial biography of Farragut has been published in more than fifty years.
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