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By 1870, Anglo-American settlers began to homestead the land, and in 1901 a fellow named T.C. Schnebly put down roots and established a post office, naming both the station and the town after his wife, Sedona. HIstory buffs will want to research the City of Sedona's Official Website, containing a through history of Sedona, touching on the following subjects:
Today, Sedona's diverse population numbers approximately 11,500, and tourism is the backbone of Sedona's economy, with four million plus visitors annually. For more information on Sedona's history, visit the Sedona Historical Society Web Site and check out the top ten historic landmarks , or visit the Sedona Heritage Museum .