J. Bernard Hogg

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J. Bernard Hogg (1908–1994) was an American labor historian.[1]

Hogg was the first chairman of the former Shippensburg State College's history/philosophy department and also taught at the Indiana University.

Hogg graduated from Slippery Rock University and the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Chicago.


J Bernard Hogg's Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Chicago in 1943 was “The Homestead Strike of 1892."

"Public Reaction to Pinkertonism and the Labor Question," published in Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 11, no. 3 (July 1944), pages 171—199.

The Presbyterian Church of Shippensburg, 1798-1984 : a changing church in a changing world, published 1984

The Allegheny Society of American Foresters : a seventy-five year history, 1922-1997 / J Bernard Hogg; Ronald J Sheay, 1997


The class of 1949 at Shippensburg University established a Dr. J. Bernard Hogg Memorial Scholarship fund.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "J. Bernard Hogg, 86, former history professor". The Patriot-News. 1994-02-11. Retrieved 2007-03-01. 

External links[edit]

J. Bernard Hogg, "Public Reaction to Pinkertonism and the Labor Question",