The unincorporated community of Denhoff, ND is found in Sheridan County. Denhoff has a population of only 20 residents as of the 2010 census. Originally a farming community, as the farming industry began to decline in the area in the 1960s so did Denhoff. Prior to that decline, Denhoff boasted over 350 residents. Unfortunately, the expansion of corporate farming in the 1970s hindered Denhoff even more, leading to its current status as a “ghost town.” Sheridan County is located in the center of the state and has a population of just over 1,320 residents for the entire county. Established in 1873, Sheridan County has a long history in the state and its name comes from the American Civil War General Philip Henry Sheridan.