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    Tehama County Detention Facility

    Tehama County Jail
    Address: 502 Oak Street, Red Bluff, CA 96080 (530) 529-7910

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Tehama County

The City of Tehama inspired the naming of the county. Tehama is frequently said to have originated from the Wintun term for "high water." There have also been various definitions of native origin put forth, such as "low land," "salmon," "mother nature," or "shallow." The name's origin, according to a less popular idea, is tejamanil, which is Spanish for "shingle."

In 1856, Tehama County was created by combining portions of Butte, Colusa, and Shasta Counties. Robert Hasty Thomes, Albert Gallatin Toomes, William George Chard, and Job Francis Dye were the first long-term non-native settlers in the region that is now Tehama County. In 1844, the Mexican government granted land grants to each of the four men. Rancho Saucos was given to Thomes, Rancho Rio de los Molinos to Toomes, Rancho Las Flores to Chard, and Rancho Primer Caon or Rio de Los Berrendos to Dye. Josiah Belden was given Rancho Barranca Colorado during that year.

The relocating of Red Bluff's Chinese community in January 1886 and the subsequent burning of the city's Chinatown by suspected arsonists in August 1886 are both part of Tehama County's history. The Daily Alta published a thorough article on "The Anti-Coolie Move" on January 29, 1886, which reveals that a clandestine anti-Chinese meeting was held in Tehama and that a group was formed to evict the estimated 2,000 Chinese living in and near Vina. Daily anti-Chinese caucuses were also held in secret in Red Bluff.

Tehama County is part of the combined Redding-Red Bluff, California statistical area, which also includes the micropolitan statistical area of Red Bluff, California. The Sacramento River divides the county in half.

Cities of Tehama

There are 13 Towns and Cities located in Tehama County, California, United States: Corning Flournoy Gerber Los Molinos Manton Mill Creek Mineral Paskenta Paynes Creek Proberta Red Bluff Tehama Vina

According to the United States Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,962 square miles, of which 2,950 square miles is land and 12 square miles (0.4%) is water.