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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 956 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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KUZNETSK, two towns of Russia. (1) A town in the government of Saratov, 74 M. by rail east of Penza. It has grown rapidly since the development of the railway system in the Volga basin. It has manufactures of agricultural machinery and hard-ware, in a number cf small factories and workshops, besides tanneries, rope-works, boot and shoe making in houses, and there is considerable trade in sheepskins, grain, salt and wooden goods exported to the treeless regions of south-east Russia. Pop. (1897), 211740. (2) A town in West Siberia, in the government of Tomsk, 150 M. E.N.E. of Barnaul, on the Upper Tom river, at the head of navigation. It has trade in grain, cattle, furs, cedarwood, nuts, wax, honey and tallow, and is the centre of a coal-mining district. Pop. (1897), 3141.
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KVASS, or KVASS (a Russian word for " leaven ")

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