The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Winslow (Tug), 3 Apr 1862

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Two launches took place yesterday at nearly the smae hour, about 5:00. The first was the tug built by Quayle & Martin for Messrs. Winslow and Capt. Robert Anderson, for use upon the St. Clair Flats. She is a fine specimen of that class of boat, being 134 ft. keel, 20 ft. beam and 10 1/2 ft. hold, and built in the most substantial manner. She is to be called the WINSLOW.
      The other was a boat built by Ira Laffrinier for A.C. Winslow. She is a fine vessel of her class, being 137 ft. keel, 26 ft. beam, 12 ft. depth of hold, and 400 tons Custom House measurement. She is designed for canal service. She will be called the UNADILLA.
      Cleveland Leader
      April 3, 1862 3-3

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Winslow (Tug), 3 Apr 1862