Village of Dousman
The Village of Dousman was established along the newly-built Chicago and North Western railroad line in the 1880s and was incorporated in 1917. The now defunct rail line is part of the extensive Glacial Drumlin State Trail. Because of the numerous frogs living in the marshes that abut Dousman, the Village was humorously known as “Bullfrog Station” in its early days. Dousman has an area of 2.6 square miles and is located in Southeastern Wisconsin along Interstate Highway 94, about 30 miles west of Milwaukee.