Historian Chester Winslow.

Chester Winslow is a North American historian who has written on race relations in the Confederation of North America in the 19th century. Sobel cites his The Race Problem in the N.C.: 1857 - 1892 (New York, 1965) when discussing anti-black feeling in the Northern Confederation in chapter 14. In that chapter he also cites Winslow's Willkie and the Rise of Black North America (New York, 1969) on Southern Vandalia Governor Burgoyne Willkie. None of Winslow's books appears in the bibliography.