NAME: Kinzua
COUNTY: Warren County Pennsylvania USA
CLIMATE: Warm in summer Snow in winter
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring, Summer, and early fall
COMMENTS: Kinzua Dam, in the Allegheny National Forest in Warren County, Pennsylvania, is one of the largest dams in the United States east of the Mississippi River.The dam is located 6 miles (10 km) east of Warren, Pennsylvania along Route 59, within the 500,000-acre (2,000 km�) Allegheny National Forest
REMAINS: Historical This feature no longer exists. under 100 feet of water
I have lived, about 15 miles from the Kinzua dam all my life and with historical significance pertaining to the town of Kinzua, if the area has a dry summer and the reservoir is low the town of parts of the town can still be seen and they even have tours of it. It’s pretty neat to see, my friends dad lived there as a kid and teenager and we went with him on a tour and he could tell us how far we were from his house and where this or that road would take you. Anonymous 
The Village of Kinzua a Seneca village was displaced by the building of Kinzua dam and Allegheny Reservoir around 1960, The village burial ground had to be dug up and moved during the construction of the dam. The people of this community watched as their ancestors, their parents, their sisters, their brothers, their children, and the old ones were being hauled out the ground as the graves were dug up and transplant into the new burial ground up in New York. Submitted by: Julia Parmarter