“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Dousman, Wisconsin

Clickable Map of Waukesha County, Wisconsin and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Waukesha County, WI (132) Dodge County, WI (26) Jefferson County, WI (49) Milwaukee County, WI (536) Ozaukee County, WI (124) Racine County, WI (42) Walworth County, WI (36) Washington County, WI (51)  WaukeshaCounty(132) Waukesha County (132)  DodgeCounty(26) Dodge County (26)  JeffersonCounty(49) Jefferson County (49)  MilwaukeeCounty(536) Milwaukee County (536)  OzaukeeCounty(124) Ozaukee County (124)  RacineCounty(42) Racine County (42)  WalworthCounty(36) Walworth County (36)  WashingtonCounty(51) Washington County (51)
Waukesha is the county seat for Waukesha County
Dousman is in Waukesha County
      Waukesha County (132)  
      Dodge County (26)  
      Jefferson County (49)  
      Milwaukee County (536)  
      Ozaukee County (124)  
      Racine County (42)  
      Walworth County (36)  
      Washington County (51)  
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1 Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Dousman — 06-01 — Dousman
Shortly after the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad built its line through in 1881, the village of Dousman came into existance (sic). The building of the early railroads meant prosperity and, as they found out across the state, skilled . . . Map (db m80524) HM
2 Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Dousman — 52 — Masonic Home
In the fall of 1836 Elisha Edgerton and his wife Belinda came here in their wagon drawn by oxen. They cleared the land and built their farm home, with buildings recognized as a Wisconsin Premium Farm by the State Agricultural Society. Episcopal . . . Map (db m36719) HM
3 Wisconsin, Waukesha County, Dousman, Township of Ottawa — River Bend Creamery
It was here in 1906 that Robert L. Adams opened his butter creamery. But shortly after it was destroyed by fire. Mr. E. Stern, a stone mason who lived across the street, built this front portion of stone for the new creamery. Mr. Adams, with his . . . Map (db m230822) HM
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Apr. 21, 2024