Omemee and the Batie Family

Omemee, North Dakota

These photos were sent in by Cathy Zabel, a collection of things on Omemee, North Dakota, a true ghost town in Bottineau county.  Cathy’s comments are included in italics below. The A. R Batie Residence was purchased by Adam R. Batie when he married Miss Jessie M Paff, June 27, 1907. Adam Batie was ‘Head Clerk’ […]

When Omemee Was a Town

Omemee, North Dakota

We first learned about Omemee, North Dakota, a ghost town in Bottineau County, through contributors Mark Johnson and Tom Tolman, who contributed photos of Omemee as it looked around the turn of the millennium.  Those images were all we had ever seen of Omemee until quite recently.  Despite all the time we spend rummaging around […]

Omemee: Now and Then


Bottineau County Vacant as of 10/11 Color photo contributed by Mark Johnson After visiting in 2004, contributor Mark Johnson made a followup visit to Omemee. We were able to match Mark’s photo of the Superintendent’s house with an old postcard. The picture says it all… there’s not much time for Omemee. Mark’s comments: “attached are […]

Omemee, ND

Omemee, North Dakota

Bottineau County Vacant as of 10/04 Photos contributed by Mark Johnson and Tom Tolman Omemee, ND is in Bottineau County about 10 miles SE of Bottineau, ND, yet another railroad town which has vanished from the prairie. The building pictured below is the only building left of any significance.  We’ve heard it referred to as […]