Steuben was the surname of Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben (1730–1794), a Prussian officer who aided the colonials in the American Revolutionary War.
Places in the United States of America named after Steuben include:
- Steuben, Maine
- Steuben, New York
- Steuben, Wisconsin
- Steuben County, Indiana
- Steuben County, New York
- Steubenville, Indiana
- Steubenville, Ohio
Ships named after Steuben (directly or indirectly) include:
- USS Von Steuben (ID-3017), a U.S. Navy transport in World War I; formerly the German ocean liner SS Kronprinz Wilhelm
- SS Frederick Von Steuben (Hull Number 2801), a U.S. Liberty ship built in 1944 and scrapped in 1961
- SS General von Steuben, German auxiliary cruiser sunk by a Soviet submarine in February 1945
- USS Von Steuben (SSBN-632), American submarine
- USS Steuben County, a U.S. Navy tank landing ship in the Korean War
Other memorials for Steuben:
- Von Steuben Day, holiday in Baron von Steuben's honor
- Steuben Monument, a sculpture in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Steuben may also refer to:
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