Winslow (Propeller), 3 Apr 1862
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The tug WINSLOW was launched at 3:00 yesterday, from Taylor & Nartin's shipyard. The WINSLOW is one of the finest tugs ever built on the lakes, being 120 ft. keel, and designed for the St. Clair Flats. She is owned by Messrs. N.C. and H.J. Winslow and R. Anderson, and is to be sailed by Capt. Robert Anderson.
At about the same hour the schr. UNADILLA was launched from the yard of Ira Lafriner. She belongs to Mr. N.C. Winslow, and will be sailed by Capt. Ben. S. Wolvin. - Cleveland Herald, Apr.1
Detroit Free Press
April 4, 1862
NOTE:- WINSLOW lost Cleveland, 1864.
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- William R. McNeil
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