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Steuben County, Indiana

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This county was named in honor of Baron Steuben, a Prussian officer of distinction, who joined the American army during the revolutionary war, and rendered the cause of independence valuable aid. About one half of the county was originally timbered land, one third oak openings, and one sixth prairie. The timbered and. prairie land is very good, having a productive soil. The openings have a poor soil.
Steuben county was first settled in 1833, by emigrants from Ohio, who located on Jackson prairie. The population has steadily increased since that time. The natural scenery in the county is very beautiful.
Angola is the county seat, is located in the centre of the county, has good educational advantages, railroad facilities, and is rapidly increasing.

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