Seligman occupies a remote spot in the high deserts of northern Arizona, having been settled as a stop along Historic Route 66. Like almost all of these towns, it has suffered a decline with the advent of faster travel and the nearby Interstate 40, but it enjoys the favor of tourists who come to feel the flavor of its former days.
As of the year 2000, the population of Seligman stood at 456 people. It lies at about 5,240 feet in an unnamed valley surrounded by low hills covered sparsely with juniper trees.
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