A pinkster ode for the year 1803 most respectfully dedicated to Carolus Africanus, Rex : thus rendered in English : King Charles, captain-general and commander in chief of the pinkster boys

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Published by s.n.] in Albany [N.Y .

Written in English

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Statementby Absalon Aimwell.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 3643.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL17712480M

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Note Verse describing the African-American Pinkster festival at Albany. For a discussion of Pinkster, originally a Dutch holiday coinciding with Whitsuntide or Pentecost, see White, Shane. Somewhat more independent: the end of slavery in New York City, p. Caption title: A Pinkster song.

Citation Shaw & Shoemaker Note. 12|aA Pinkster ode for the year |h[electronic resource]:|bMost respectfully dedicated to Carolus Africanus, Rex; thus rendered in English: King Charles, captain-general and commander in chief of the Pinkster Boys.

/|cBy His Majesty's obedient servant, Absalom Aimwell, Esq. A pinkster ode for the year most respectfully dedicated to Carolus Africanus, Rex: thus rendered in English: King Charles, captain-general and commander in chief of. A Pinkster ode for the year Most respectfully dedicated to Carolus Africanus, Rex; thus rendered in English: King Charles, captain-general and commander in chief of the Pinkster Boys.

Two important descriptions document Pinkster at Albany, including details about the character and role of King Charles. A detailed account appeared in the Albany Centinel in June In the same year, a pamphlet appeared in Albany entitled “The Pinkster Ode,” written by Absalom Aimwell (probably a.

PINKSTER ODE For the Year Most Respectfully Dedicated To CAROLUS AFRICANUS, REX: Thus Rendered in English: KING CHARLES, Capital-General and Commander in Chief of the PINKSTER BOYS. By His Majesty's Obedient Servant, ABSALOM AIMWELL, Esq. Albany: Printed Solely for the Purchasers and Others, A Pinkster Song.

When leave the fig tree putteth out. For example, Dewulf asserts that when the Pinkster Ode, an early nineteenth-century published poem about Albany’s Pinkster festival, mentioned the burial of Dinah, it likely referred to the enslaved girl named Dean who was executed for the Albany fire and who according to Dewulf was “buried in the African cemetery near the place where the African American Pinkster celebrations occurred” ().

In the earlyMorgan was the first scholar in 40 years to unearth primary source material pertaining to the Pinkster Festival that occurred in eighteenth century New York City and Albany.

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A witness to Albany's Pinkster festival took note of a hastily assembled bazaar where Pinkster attendees sold food, alcoholic beverages, as well as essential ingredients in various folk medicines including sassafras bark, roots, and herbs. Pinkster began on Pentecost Sunday, which was filled with religious ceremonies and events for : Crailo State Historic Site.

White, " Pinkster in Albany, "Geneviève Fabre makes a similar point in " Pinkster Festi-val, An African-American Celebration, " in Feasts and Celebrations in North. Robert Emmet, Arbour Hill.

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Innine years after the executions, Absalom Aimwell (probably a pseudonym) wrote a satirical, abolitionist poem titled “The Pinkster Ode.” In it is a stanza dedicated to young Dinah and indeed to every Black woman. The Pinkster Ode was Dedicated To Carolus Africanus, Rex: Thus Rendered in English: King Charles, Capital-General and Commander in Chief of the Pinkster Boys in Albany, NY.

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A pinkster ode for the year most respectfully dedicated to Carolus Africanus, Rex: thus rendered in English: King Charles, captain-general and commander in chief of the pinkster boys Book Edition, Cataloged instance. In Marchthe then twenty-three-year-old married Sarah Richards at the Albany Dutch church.

She is said to have been a Van Rensselaer slave as well. He was noted in A Pinkster Ode -as the "body servant to the old patroon.". Bythe city directory listed his residence as in Arbor Hill. masters were frolicking” ([] ). The first extensive description of Pinkster processions consists of an anonymous letter by a certain A.B., originally published in the Albany Centinel in and reproduced by White (a–9).

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In his Pinkster Ode, Aimwell also made a connection to Africa by arguing that King Charles was a descendant of an African royal family. He respectfully called him "Carolus Africanus Rex Captain-General of the Pinkster Boys" (). Dewulf, Pinkster Pinkster was also celebrated in Author: Dewulf, Jeroen.

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