Jackson - Black Pioneers in Tehama County California History
Friday, February 21, 2014 at 9:56AM
Jo Giessner

Grace Alice Brambley Jackson "Alice Jackson" has been a resident of Tehama County for nearly 50 years and with her love of genealogy and local history has served in the capacity of volunteer at the Family History Center and Tehama County Library and as member of  The Tehama County Genealogical and Historical Society as well as the Tehama County Heritage and Historical Records Commission. She took part in the publication process of  Tehama County 150 Years of Photos and History and for the past five years has been the Editor of Memories, the annual TCGHS publication.

This 2013 book is Mrs. Jackson's first "solo" publication and she has done a tremendous job of research, documentation and gathering of pertinant resources for reliable information. If she doesn't know something, she says so and doesn't altar or fabricate the story.

Loaded with rare photographs and genealogical detail, this book is a must for serious northern California historians as well as the "Reads Local History for Enjoyment" person.

Available through the Tehama County Genealogical and Historical Society (TCGHS), P O Box 415, Red Bluff, CA 96080 or website:  www.tcghsoc.org or at the Tehama County Museum (TCM), 275 C Street, Tehama, CA.

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