Seligman Cemetery


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The Seligman Cemetery is located in the town of Seligman, which was founded in 1886 and named after Jesse Seligman, an American banker who helped finance the railroad lines in the area. Seligman lies in the middle of the best travel route in Northern Arizona, Route 66. The cemetery can be accessed from Route 66, or from Interstate 40. Its oldest section dates from 1908.


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