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The Crisis of the Standing Order: Clerical Intellectuals and Cultural Authority in Massachusetts, 1780-1833

Field, Peter S.

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ISBN 10: 1558491430 / ISBN 13: 9781558491434
Published by University of Massachusetts Press, 1998
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## NEW book is clean, crisp, unclipped and unmarked. First Edition. First printing. Dust jacket is New with minor shelf wear. Short errant pen line on side edge. No marks in or on book except as noted. NOT A REMAINDER. 272 pages. Index. Dust jacket protected in a crystal clear mylar cover. Bubble wrapped and custom boxed for standard shipping. Unread, unused. New First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 002655

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Title: The Crisis of the Standing Order: Clerical ...

Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Edition: 1st Edition

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This book examines the demise of one Massachusetts intellectual elite, the Congregational Standing Order, and the rise of another, the Boston Brahmins, during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Peter S. Field traces this division within the culturally dominant class to the emergence of a new group of wealthy urban merchants, who funded Brahmin efforts to create America's first secular high culture. With the founding of the Monthly Anthology, the establishment of the exclusive Boston Athenaeum, and the takeover of Harvard College, the merchant-backed Brahmins constructed a competing locus of cultural authority against the claims of the orthodox ministry.

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Peter S. Field is assistant professor of history at Tennessee Technological University.

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