Transcribed from "An Illustrated History of The Big Bend Country, embracing Lincoln, Douglas, Adams and Franklin counties, State of Washington",  published by Western Historical Publishing Co., 1904.

     GEORGE F. JAMISON was born in Sacramento county, California, on May 1, 1873, the son of Stephen and Susan (Theobold) Jamison, natives of Iowa and California, respectively.  He received his education in California and in Whitman county, Washington, whither the family came in early eighties.  In 1885, he accompanied his brother to California and there did general work for fourteen years, then returned to his family, they having moved to Coulee City and here he entered the employ of Dan Paul and T. S. Blythe, stockmen of Douglas. county.  He rode on the range for three years, then took a ranch between the coulees, which he improved and sold.  After that, we find him in Bridgeport, handling a livery stable which later was sold, then Mr. Jamison entered into partnership with J. G. Priest in the mercantile business the firm being known as G. T. Jamison & Co. They are established at Dyer and do a large business.  Their stock is complete and well selected, comprising all kinds needed in this section and is worth about ten thousand dollars.  Mr. Jamison was appointed post master at Dyer and is giving entire satisfaction in that capacity at the present time.  He is a born business man and is respected and esteemed by all who know him.  In addition to the lines above mentioned, Mr. Jamison represents the Seattle Grain Company.  Mr. Jamison has two brothers and one sister, John W., Charles R. and Mrs. J. G. Priest.
     Fraternally, he is connected with the M. W. A., while in religious persuasions he belongs to the United Brethren church.  Mr. Jamison has ever been active in all lines of improvement, being a believer in good roads, good schools and general progress for which he labors incessantly.