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Tuolumne County is located in the U.S. state of California. Its county seat is Sonora. The county was created in 1850 and originated from parts of the original area. The name of the county comes from The name for the Tuolumne River (twah'-luh-me) has as many possible meanings as it does spellings The original meaning of the word "Tuolumne" may have been "cave people" or "stone wigwams," both taken from the history of tribes known as "Taulamnell," or "Tahualamne," or Yokuts Indians living near Knights Ferry in the rocks and recesses by the river Another theory is that "Tuolumne" is derived from a Central Sierra Miwok word "talmalmne" whose meaning is unclear today. The links directory provides suggestions for a variety of websites to assist in your family history and genealogy research.