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Steuben, Maine is located east of Gouldsboro at the begining of Washington County in Downeast Maine.

Steuben, Maine

Steuben, Maine is a small fishing village located east of Gouldsboro at the beginning of Washington County in what is referred to as Downeast Maine. First settled in 1760, it became incorporated on February 27, 1795 and was named after a German soldier named Baron Steuben who aided the United States during their Revolutionary struggle of 1776.

The town center consists of a church, a library, and a grammar school. Quiet is the norm and most people drive to either Milbridge to the east or Ellsworth to the west for their shopping. For necessities, there is a local small convenience store. Steuben's year 2000 population was 1,126.

Winter Harbor is about 11.4 miles to the southwest. The entrance to Acadia National Park on the Schoodic Peninsula is about 17 miles away.

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Town Government:
294 U.S. Route 1
Steuben, ME 04680

Ella Lewis School (k-8)
15 Old Village Road
Steuben, ME 04680

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