What is Empire State?

Some articles on empire state, states, state, empire:

Empire State V
... USTS Empire State V, was a troop ship of the US Navy and training vessel of the United States Maritime Service ... to a troop transport and training ship in 1973 serving as the training ship for the State University of New York Maritime College until 1990 when she was replaced by the college's ...
Winston-Salem, North Carolina - History - Winston-Salem
... a decade of contention, the United States Post Office Department established the Winston-Salem post office in Winston, with the former Salem office serving as a branch ... for Camel cigarettes that Winston-Salem was designated by the United States federal government as an official port of entry for the United States, despite the city being 200 miles (320 km) inland ... Winston-Salem was the eighth-largest port of entry in the United States by 1916 ...
Empire State Games - History - Return of The Games
... In 2012 Empire State Sports Foundation (ESSF) was created with the specific goal of rejuvenating the Hugh L ... Carey Empire State Games for amateur athletes of New York State ... Charity dedicated to the recognition and promotion of competitive excellence among New York State’s amateur athletes, as well as those attributes associated with sports quality ...
Syracuse Crunch - Season-by-season Results - Regular Season
74 307. 5th, Central 1996–97 0 ... — 265. 4th, Empire State 1997–98 2 ... — 285. 3rd, Empire State 1998–99 3 ... — 327. 5th, Empire ...
List Of Songs About New York City - E
... by Ruben Blades "Eleanor Put Your Boots On" by Franz Ferdinand "Empire State" by Fleetwood Mac "Empire State Building" by Randy Newman "Empire State Express" by Son House "Empire ... Alicia Keys) "Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down" by Alicia Keys "Englishman in New York" by Sting, said to be inspired by Quentin Crisp "Englishman In ...

Famous quotes containing the words state and/or empire:

    A solitary traveller can sleep from state to state, from day to night, from day to day, in the long womb of its controlled interior. It is the cradle that never stops rocking after the lullaby is over. It is the biggest sleeping tablet in the world, and no one need ever swallow the pill, for it swallows them.
    —Lisa St. Aubin de Terán (b. 1953)

    Our ancestors were savages. The story of Romulus and Remus being suckled by a wolf is not a meaningless fable. The founders of every state which has risen to eminence have drawn their nourishment and vigor from a similar wild source. It was because the children of the Empire were not suckled by the wolf that they were conquered and displaced by the children of the northern forests who were.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)