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Farragut, David G

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David G. Farragut



"Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!"







(July 5, 1801- August 14, 1870)





Personal Life




Historical and Political








A Lasting Impact




Presidential Relation




Historical Relation






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Page created by:  Olivia P.

Avon High School, Avon, Indiana

Date created: 3/20/08





Comments (7)

Anonymous said

at 6:14 am on Mar 21, 2008

Great picture -- just make it a little smaller. It also covers your words, see if that can be fixed.

Anonymous said

at 7:27 am on Mar 21, 2008

this is the best wiki ever!!!
i should get an award...

Anonymous said

at 7:12 am on Apr 7, 2008

Great quote. I like how you made separate pages for each category to better organize your facts. However, the font was very annoying and distracting.

Anonymous said

at 7:20 am on Apr 7, 2008

I liked your wiki. You were very creative in using different colors and fonts. Your links were useful, but your sources aren't in MLA format.

Anonymous said

at 7:26 am on Apr 7, 2008

I liked your wiki page alot! It was a lot different from everyone else's page how you had each individual section as a different wiki page, it made it a lot easier to navigate your page

Anonymous said

at 7:39 am on Apr 7, 2008

Your wikki was very creative but at first i did not know they were links. Some of your stuff were a little hard to read but i survived. Also, it would have helped if you had a link back to your original page

Anonymous said

at 7:30 am on Apr 11, 2008

Wow, I would have never thought of making so many new Wiki-pages for each category. Your links to other sites were very neat but your font was a little big. I thought it was interesting to see how he was related to President Lincoln and Grant for your rubric.

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