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Originally appearing in Volume V02, Page 911 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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AUGUSTOWO, a city of Russian Poland, in the government of Suwalki, 20 M. S. of the town of that name, on a canal (65 m.) connecting the Vistula with the Niemen. It was founded in 1557 by Sigismund II. (Augustus), and is laid out in a very regular manner, with a spacious market-place. It carries on a large trade in cattle and horses, and manufactures linen and huckaback. Pop. (1897) 12,746.
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