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WARREN, PA COMMUNITY INFO
Warren is a city located in Warren County, Pennsylvania. It is situated along the Allegheny River, and is home to the headquarters of the Allegheny National Forest. It's also the headquarters for the Chief Cornplanter Council, which is the oldest chartered Boy Scouts of America Council. As of the 2014 U.S. Census, Warren, PA has a population of approximately 9,410.
The area that is present-day Warren, PA was originally inhabited by Native Americans from the Seneca nation. The town was laid out shortly after the American Revolutionary War in 1795, and was named after Major General Joseph Warren. Lumber was Warren's main industry during the 17th century. Around 1875, a man named David Beaty discovered oil while digging for natural gas in his garden. Oil later became the leading force in Warren's economy.