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Anthony Mann
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Anthony Mann Anthony Mann was educated at Longcroft School, Beverley and at the universities of Warwick, Manchester and Keele in the United Kingdom. His doctorate The Brahmins and Britain: the significance of British models in the forming of the upper-class of Boston, Massachusetts, 1780-1840 was awarded by the University of Keele in 2000.

He is the author of "Unitarian Voluntary Societies and the Redefinition of Elite Authority in Boston, 1780-1820" in Secular and Religious Reform Movements in America - Ideas, Beliefs and Social Change eds., D. K. Adams/C. A. van Minnen (Edinburgh University Press, 1999); "'A Nation first in all the arts of civilisation': Boston's post-Revolutionary elites view Great Britain" American Nineteenth Century History (Summer 2001); and "How 'poor country boys' became Boston Brahmins: The Rise of the Appletons and the Lawrences in Ante-bellum Massachusetts" Historical Journal of Massachusetts (forthcoming Winter 2003).

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