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Holbrook was known for being "the town too tough to women and churches", and was in 1914 the only U.S. county seat without a church. In 1892, the Santa Fe Depot replaced the original railroad station.
Navajo County was split off from Apache County in 1895, and Holbrook became its county seat. In the late 1800s, many cowboys and lawmen from the region became Rough Riders under Theodore Roosevelt. However, the Hashknife Outfit went bankrupt in 1902 and the land was sold by the Babbitt brothers.
In 1906, President Roosevelt declared the Petrified forest a National Monument. Holbrook was established in 1917. The majority of the Beale Wagon Road was converted to Route 66 in 1926. It passed through Holbrook and the Petrified Forest. The economy was taken over by tourism.