Erie

At The Place Of The Panther, a great lake; a tribe who became Senecas.
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Erie

[n] - a member of an Iroquoian people formerly living on the south shore of Lake Erie in northern Ohio and northwest Pennsylvania and western New York 2. [n] - a port city on Lake Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania
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Erie

Member of an American Indian people who lived by Lake Erie (now New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania). They comprised several sub-tribes, such as the Kentaientonga, Honniasont (or Black Minqua), and...
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Erie

noun a port city on Lake Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania
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Erie

county, extreme northwestern Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered by Lake Erie to the northwest, New York state to the northeast, and Ohio to the southwest. ...
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Erie

Iroquoian-speaking North American Indians who inhabited most of what is now northern Ohio, parts of northwestern Pennsylvania, and western New York; ... [2 related articles]
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Erie

city, seat (1803) of Erie county, northwestern Pennsylvania, U.S. It lies on the southeastern shore of Lake Erie, where a 6-mile (10-km) peninsula ... [2 related articles]
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Erie

county, extreme western New York state, U.S., bounded to the south by Cattaraugus Creek, to the west by Lake Erie, to the northwest by the Niagara ...
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Erie

[SEPTA station] As of 2007, Erie station had approximately 6,842 boardings a day, making it the fourth busiest station on the line. ==Station layout== ...
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Erie

Erie (ir'ē) , indigenous people of North America of the Iroquoian branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). In the Iroquoian language the word erie means “long tail” (i.e., cat), and, therefore, the Erie were referred to as the Cat Nation. In ...
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Erie

Erie, city (1990 pop. 108,718), seat of Erie co., NW Pa., on Lake Erie; inc. as a city 1851. Pennsylvania's only port on the Great Lakes, Erie is a busy shipping point for coal, iron ore, grain, petroleum, machinery, and lumber. Its manufactures include hospital equipment; locomotives; paper, food, ...
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Erie

City and port in Eerie County on the Pennsylvania bank of Lake Erie; population (2000 est) 103,700. The name Erie is from a Native American tribe. It has heavy industries, including locomotive engineering and plastics manufacture, and a trade in iron, grain, and freshwater fish. A French fort was built on the site in 1753, and a permanent settl...
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