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Big Lake – View local history information

Great Lake

The village is a Large Lake located in Pavlodarskom the Gorky village Council district. Northern forest-steppe. North-East from Omsk to 80 km, 30 km South-West from the district center, the road is profiled. The nearest railway station -Kalachinsk — 66 km.

The village was founded in 1803. Among the first inhabited village Churches O., G. Novoselov. A. Garahin, S. Sedelnikov, I. Isakov, I. T, P. Kolmogorov, And A. Fedorov. K. Stephan. A. Khrapov, G. Liquors. Naselenie — Russians.

In 1913 the village had 7209,7 acres, including a convenient 5254.8 acres of land. The village is situated on a country road when a Large lake and the river Taruga. Before the revolution, the village belonged successively to the composition Syrovatskii, Kulikov and St. George townships. In 1917-1924 gg. —composed of Yuriev parish of Kalachinsk district of the Omsk province. Since 1924 — in Konikowska (Gorky) region.

The main occupation of the population — arable farming and animal husbandry. In the village there was a forge, windmills, from the beginning of the twentieth century — a private butter factory and Creamery, 1908 artisanal Creamery, the village was famous for the manufacture Continue reading

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"big lake"
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