The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Windsor (Steamboat), 5 May 1860

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The Detroit & Milwaukee Railway Co.'s ferry stm. WINDSOR has recently been completely overhauled and repaired, newly painted, and fitted up in perfect manner for the summer business. She presents as neat and attractive appearance as a new boat, and is
in every respect equally as good, as no better or stronger built vessel was ever put upon these waters. The ladies will be especially pleased to learn that the company have determined to llow the WINDSOR to resume the afternoon excursions which were so popular during the heated term of last year, so soon as the weather shall indicate their desirableness. Capt. Clinton retains the command of the boat, and Mr. Fowler, who for many years has been in the service on the Lake Erie steamers, will have supervision of the dining and refreshment apartments.
      Detroit Free Press
      May 5, 1860

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William R. McNeil
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Windsor (Steamboat), 5 May 1860