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Record #:
13447
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The 20th-century merges with the past on the Cashie River in Bertie County, as the Sans Souci Ferry now plies its passage in the wake of outboard motorboats. Frail, yet functional, the ferry was originally propelled the operator pulling on a steering cable; now its power comes from a gasoline engine. Operated toll free by the State Highway Commission, the ferry is located east of Windsor off U.S. Highway 17.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 11, Oct 1961, p19, il
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23289
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The Cashie River in Bertie County is historically significant to the small town of Windsor, which is the reason it sits in its present location.