The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Invincible (Bark), U12067, 1 Sep 1859

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THE BARQUE INVINCIBLE.-- We learn from the Cleveland Review that the *A 1 schooner INVINCIBLE, purchased by Capt. Frank Perew, has been transformed into a barque, and is now loading with coal for the upper lakes. She is a mate of the schooners DAUNTLESS and IMPERIAL, built at Buffalo in the season of 1857 by Jones, at a cost of $21,500 each, and is, as would reasonably be supposed, a superior vessel. She was dismasted on Lake Huron last fall, and afterwards purchased by Capt. Perew, towed to Cleveland and transformed. The work is said to be admirably done. Her tonnage is 447 tons. Captain Bowman of Cleveland, is master.
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      September 19, 1859
Schooner INVINCIBLE. U. S. No. 12068. Of 342.49 tons. Home port, Buffalo, N.Y.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1869

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Invincible (Bark), U12067, 1 Sep 1859