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"Tehama" is believed to be an Indian word, but authorities disagree on the meaning, which has variously been reported as "high water", "low land", "salmon" or "shallow"  any of which would be an accurate description of a location where the river is normally shallow enough to ford, where fishermen are a common sight during the salmon run, and winter floods are a regular occurrence. A Nomlaki village once stood on the site of modern- day Tehama on the western bank of the Sacramento River. Tehama (pronounced Tuh-HAY-muh) was founded by Robert Hasty Thomes, who arrived in the area that is now Tehama County in the company of Albert G. Toomes, William Chard, and Job Francis Dye. The four men traveled northward from San Francisco, and were each given land grants from the government of Mexico in 1844, with Thomes' portion being Rancho Saucos. Read this and more on Wikipedia.
CONTACT Physical Address: 250 Cavalier Dr., Tehama, CA. 96090  Phone: (530) 384-1501 Fax: (530) 384-1625
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"Tehama" is believed to be an Indian word, but authorities disagree on the meaning, which has variously been reported as "high water", "low land", "salmon" or "shallow"  any of which would be an accurate description of a location where the river is normally shallow enough to ford, where fishermen are a common sight during the salmon run, and winter floods are a regular occurrence. A Nomlaki village once stood on the site of modern-day Tehama on the western bank of the Sacramento River. Tehama (pronounced Tuh-HAY-muh) was founded by Robert Hasty Thomes, who arrived in the area that is now Tehama County in the company of Albert G. Toomes, William Chard, and Job Francis Dye. The four men traveled northward from San Francisco, and were each given land grants from the government of Mexico in 1844, with Thomes' portion being Rancho Saucos. Read this and more on Wikipedia.
CONTACT Physical Address: 250 Cavalier Dr., Tehama, CA. 96090  Phone: (530) 384-1501 Fax: (530) 384-1625
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Los Molinos Chamber of Commerce
Working to bring our community together since 1947
CITY OF TEHAMA
Los Molinos Chamber of Commerce
Working to bring our community together since 1947