.1 cm of graphic material. - 3 photographs : b&w, tin type positives ; 9.5 x 5.5 cm
The second photograph is of Arthur Miskokoman. Arthur arrived at Shingwauk from Walpole Island, Ontario on May 13, 1888. Arthur was the son of John and Anna Miskokoman. The three belonged to the Chruch of England and were of the Ojibway tribe. Arthur trained to be a teacher. Upon his arrival at Shingwauk it was noted that Arthur’s English was fair and his study habits were commendable. However, his personal conduct was
occasionally unsatisfactory and he sometimes performed below his full potential. At Shingwauk, Arthur was
student no. 331.
The third image is of Freeman Hill. Freeman Hill (Ska he’ ta ti) was the son of Isaac and Nancy Hill. He arrived at
Shingwauk on August 18, 1889. The Hill family belonged to the Mohawk tribe and the Church of England. They were from Tyendinaga, Ontario. At Shingwauk, Freeman trained to be a carpenter. Little is known about
Freeman, however it was noted in the Shingwauk records that he spoke English well when he arrived at the school. Freeman was student no. 391 at Shingwauk.