Henry Huttleston Rogers

Henry Huttleston Rogers (January 29, 1840 – May 19, 1909) was an American industrialist and financier. He made his fortune in the oil refinery business, becoming a leader at Standard Oil.

Read more about Henry Huttleston Rogers:  Youth and Education, Seeking His Fortune, Career, Business Summary: "Hell Hound", Philanthropy in Fairhaven, Death, Legacy, Commentaries

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Fairhaven, Massachusetts - History - Henry Huttleston Rogers
... Among Fairhaven's natives was Henry Huttleston Rogers (1840–1909), who was a businessman and philanthropist ... Rogers was one of the key men in John D ... Rogers and his wife, Abbie Gifford Rogers, another Fairhaven native (who was the daughter of the whaling captain Peleg Gifford), donated many community improvements in the late-ni ...
Henry Huttleston Rogers - Commentaries
... Dias has written a commentary about Henry Huttleston Rogers "What is the final verdict on Rogers? "First of all, he was a child of his times — an era that historian Howard Mumford Jones has dubbed 'the ... Age.' "Perhaps the central truth about Rogers was that he was a role player, a born actor ...
Fairhaven Branch Railroad - Henry Huttleston Rogers
... Notable among the early employees of the FBR was Henry Huttleston Rogers ... After graduating from high school in 1857, "Hen" Rogers hired on with the Fairhaven Branch Railroad as an expressman and brakeman ... Eventually, Henry Rogers rose within the growing petroleum industry to become one of the three key men in John D ...

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