• (noun): 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.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on erie:

Erie Playhouse
... Erie Playhouse is a historic theatre located in Erie, Pennsylvania. ...
Erie, Minnesota
... Erie is a small unincorporated community in Pennington County, Minnesota, United States ... Erie is listed on county abstracts ...
History Of Presque Isle - Lighthouses
... As Erie, PA started to grow, boat traffic began to increase coming and leaving Erie’s harbor, so there became a need for lighthouses for guidance ... This pierhead light is stationed at the end of the Erie Harbor Channel ... A stronger steel structure was brought from France and constructed at Erie to replace the wooden beacon, which was damaged by a schooner ...
Erie Shipbuilding LLC
... is a United States shipyard located in Lake Erie port of Erie, Pennsylvania ... took over the lease of the former Litton Industries property from the Erie-Western Pennsylvania Port Authority for a price of $500,000 per year ... The shipyard is a major employer in Erie County, currently employing nearly 200 people ...
Bridge 8, Erie Canal
... is a two-lane bridge crossing the Mohawk River (Erie Canal) northeast of the city of Schenectady in New York, United States ... the bridge is the historic remains of the 1842 Erie Canal Aqueduct ... The 1842 aqueduct replaced the original 1824 aqueduct at this site when the Erie Canal was enlarged during the years of 1835–1862 ...

More definitions of "Erie":

  • (noun): A port city on Lake Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania.
  • (noun): The 4th largest of the Great Lakes; it is linked to the Hudson River by the New York State Barge Canal.
    Synonyms: Lake Erie

Famous quotes containing the word erie:

    Human beings will be happier—not when they cure cancer or get to Mars or eliminate racial prejudice or flush Lake Erie but when they find ways to inhabit primitive communities again. That’s my utopia.
    Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)