National Geographic : 1925 Feb
Photograph byVittorio Sella A WRESTLING MATCH BETWEEN UGANDA PORTERS Probably the first thing the African native looks to the outside world for, if he looks at all, is cotton clothes. Almost anything isacceptable white men's cast-offs, nightdresses, or just a few yards of goods slung on one shoulder like a skin. Thewomen generally prefer the darker-colored calicoes. Cotton goods from the United States, England, India, and Japan reach native traders.