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It attracted numerous waves of European immigrants for industrial jobs.Erie's economy began to suffer in the latter part of the 20th century as industrial restructuring took place and jobs moved out of the area; it was considered part of the Rust Belt.The Iroquois tribes had developed and five nations formed a political league in the 1500s, adding their sixth nation in the early 18th century.The Erie area became controlled by the Seneca, "keeper of the western door" of the Iroquois, who were largely based in present-day New York.Erie is known as the "Flagship City" because of its status as the home port of Oliver Hazard Perry's flagship Niagara.Indigenous peoples occupied the shoreline and bluffs in this area for thousands of years, taking advantage of the rich resources.After the flood, Mayor Miles Brown Kitts had the Mill Creek directed into another larger culvert, constructed under more than 2 miles of city, before emptying into Presque Isle Bay on the city's lower east side.Downtown Erie continued to grow for most of the 20th century, based on its manufacturing base.
Daniel Dobbins of Erie and Noah Brown of Boston were notable shipbuilders who led construction of four schooner−rigged gunboats and two brigs.The city was the site where three sets of track gauges met.While the delays engendered cargo troubles for commerce and travel, they provided much-needed local jobs in Erie.The French term "presque-isle" means peninsula (literally, "almost an island").When the French abandoned the fort in 1760 during the French and Indian War (Seven Years' War), it was the last post they held west of Niagara.
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The importance of American manufacturing, US steel and coal production, and commercial fishing began to gradually decline.