Inhabited as of 5/10
Corinth is a stellar near-ghost town, northwest of Minot. We were blown away by Corinth. Although one of the residents has taken over a portion of the town, Corinth is still fairly intact with lots of original buildings in time-worn condition.
Corinth was founded in 1916 and reportedly had a peak population of 108 around 1920, and although that figure began to dwindle almost immediately, the Post Office stayed open until 1969. Corinth was an unincorporated town and as a result, there are no reliable census figures to be found.
There are no businesses or services in Corinth, and population could be as low as two or three.
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