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Tehama County Statistics

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 2,962.27 square miles , of which 2,950.99 square miles is.


About Tehama County, CA

Tehama County is a county located in the northern part of the U.S. state of California . It is bisected by the Sacramento River . As of 2010 its population was 63,463, up from 56,039 as of 2000. The county seat is Red Bluff .

Tehama County was formed from parts of Butte , Colusa , and Shasta Counties in 1856. The county is named for the City of Tehama . The origin of the name is not known. Suggested possible roots are the Arabic word tehama , the Spanish word tejamanil , or "high water" in the dialect of local Native Americans . The first permanent settlers in the area that is now Tehama County, were Robert Hasty Thomes, Albert Gallatin Toomes, William George Chard , and Job Francis Dye. The four men were each given land grants by the government of Mexico in 1844. Thomes received Rancho Saucos , Toomes received Rancho Rio de los Molinos , Chard received Rancho Las Flores , and Dye received Rancho Primer CaƱon o Rio de Los Berrendos . Later in the same year Josiah Belden received Rancho Barranca Colorado . Famous early figures include Kit Carson , who took part in a fight that gave name to Bloody Island and Battle Creek, Jedediah Smith , John Fremont , and William B. Ide , the first and only president of the California Republic .


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