The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
R. G. Winslow (Bark), sunk, 1 Jul 1866

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R.G. WINSLOW Bark, of 499 tons, owned at Cleveland by Winslow. Bound from Escanaba to Cleveland, struck a rock and sunk in Green bay, July 1866. Loss to ship $2,600 insurance $1,400
      Marine Casualties on the Great Lakes
      1863-1873, U. S. Coast Guard Report

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MILWAUKEE ITEMS. - The Sentinel says: We learn that the bark R.G. Winslow is lying sunk back of Plum Island, Green Bay, with 18 inches of water above her decks.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 8, 1866

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      The bark R.G. WINSLOW, of Buffalo, which was water-logged on the 1st inst., at the foot of Lake Michigan, is being caulked from sterm to stem at this point. - Chicago Tribune.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 21, 1866

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Reason: sunk
Hull damage: $2,600
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 45.02971 Longitude: -87.46094
William R. McNeil
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R. G. Winslow (Bark), sunk, 1 Jul 1866