Fairman Rogers (November 15, 1833 – August 22, 1900) was an American civil engineer, educator, and philanthropist, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1853, and taught civil engineering there from 1855 to 1871. He was one of four professors who founded its Department of Mines, Arts and Manufacturers (1855), and he served as a University Trustee (1871–86). As an undergraduate, he was a founding member of its Zeta Psi Fraternity, Sigma Chapter (1850).

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  • Fairman Rogers (* 15. November 1833 in Philadelphia; † 22. August 1900 in Wien) war Professor für das Bauingenieurwesen, Trustee der University of Pennsylvania, Pferdeexperte, Charter Member der National Academy of Sciences und Chairman der Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Seine Pferdekenntnis, Förderung von Kunst und Interesse an der Serienfotografie finden in dem Gemälde The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand zusammen. (de)
  • Fairman Rogers (November 15, 1833 – August 22, 1900) was an American civil engineer, educator, and philanthropist, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1853, and taught civil engineering there from 1855 to 1871. He was one of four professors who founded its Department of Mines, Arts and Manufacturers (1855), and he served as a University Trustee (1871–86). As an undergraduate, he was a founding member of its Zeta Psi Fraternity, Sigma Chapter (1850). He was elected to the American Philosophical Society (at age 24), was a member of the Academy of Natural Sciences, and a charter member of the National Academy of Sciences. He was the author of Terrestrial Magnetism and the Magnetism of Iron Ships (1877, revised 1883). He served in the Union Cavalry during the American Civil War, and on the engineering staffs of General John F. Reynolds and General William F. Smith. As a volunteer officer in the United States Army Corps of Engineers, he completed an 1862 survey mapping the Potomac River. As a member of the Pennsylvania militia, he fought at Antietam and Gettysburg. He was one of the founders of the Union League of Philadelphia. He was a member of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry and, following the war, was elected its captain. (en)
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  • Fairman Rogers (* 15. November 1833 in Philadelphia; † 22. August 1900 in Wien) war Professor für das Bauingenieurwesen, Trustee der University of Pennsylvania, Pferdeexperte, Charter Member der National Academy of Sciences und Chairman der Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Seine Pferdekenntnis, Förderung von Kunst und Interesse an der Serienfotografie finden in dem Gemälde The Fairman Rogers Four-in-Hand zusammen. (de)
  • Fairman Rogers (November 15, 1833 – August 22, 1900) was an American civil engineer, educator, and philanthropist, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1853, and taught civil engineering there from 1855 to 1871. He was one of four professors who founded its Department of Mines, Arts and Manufacturers (1855), and he served as a University Trustee (1871–86). As an undergraduate, he was a founding member of its Zeta Psi Fraternity, Sigma Chapter (1850). (en)
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