|1894||Gregg Clarke operates the first season with canoe trips in Maine.|
First permanent base camp is established on Caucomgomoc Lake in Maine.
Kamp Kahkou adopted as name.
|1902||First season in Temagami.|
|1904||Permanent base camp is established
on Devil's Is., Lake Temagami.
Camp Keewaydin gets adopted as new name.
|1910||Second Camp Keewaydin is established at Dunmore, Vermont.|
|1911||First Bay trip travels to Moose Factory.|
|1921||Camp Songadeewin for girls is established on Lake Willoughby, Vermont.|
|1923||Ojibway Lodge forms out of Keewaydin Club.|
Clarke resigns as director.
Speedy Rush becomes controlling shareholder and General Director of the Keewaydin camps conglomerate (operating four camps and one lodge).
|1933||Enrollment temporarily plunges as Camp Wabun formed, taking staff and campers.|
|1938||Keewaydin conglomerate (operating eight camps and three lodges) breaks up. The Temagami camp along with Ojibway Lodge becomes an independent operation under Gunn and Creelman ownership.|
|1947||Thomas-Jones Foundation purchases Keewaydin and Paul's Island.|
|1948||Twelve-year period of new building construction and upgrades to island facilities begins under new director Chivers with funds from the foundation.|
Bill Coddington, camper on 1928 Bay trip down Nottaway River in northern Quebec, hauling a moose haunch. In that era, hunting for food on trip was common practice.
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