Tehama County Tehama County (pronounced teh-HAY-muh) is a county located in the northern part of the U.S. state of California. 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 ("hot low-lands"), the Spanish word tejamanil (shingle), or "high water" in the dialect of local Native Americans. Famous early figures include Kit Carson, who took part in a fight that gave name to Bloody Island and Battle Creek, Jedediah Smith, William Chard, John Fremont, and William B. Ide, the first and only president of the California Republic.
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Some Cities of Tehama County
  • Corning
  • Dairyville
  • Flournoy
  • Gerber
  • Red Bluff (County Seat)
  • Tehama

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