.1 cm of graphic material. - 1 photographs: b&w, tin type positve ; 4.5 x 6.5 cm
On July 4, 1881, Mckenzie Naudee arrived at Shingwauk from Walpole Island, Ontario. Mckenzie's mother was Mary Naudee, of the Ojibway tribe. They belonged to the Church of England. At Shingwauk, Mckenzie trained to
become a carpenter. Shingwauk records tell that he did quite well at school although he was rather ill behaved. After running away from Shingwauk, he was threatened with arrest and decided to return to the school. After three years Mckenzie ran away again, stole a boat and was expelled from the school. By 1892, Mckenzie had married Mary Penass, began farming and was doing very well. Mckenzie was student no. 174 at Shingwauk.