National Geographic : 1941 May
The National Geographic Magazine Mango-time, and the Livin' Is Easy To fill her bowl the Susu girl picks the fruit from the nearest tree. At the height of the season, mangoes are so abundant in French Guinea they cost less than a cent a dozen. O National Geographic Society Kodinlhromes by Enzo e Cihetelat Essence of Orange Drips from the Scraping Spoons of Fulah Tribesmen Before the present war French Guinea exported annually 200 tons of the concentrate, valuable as a perfume in toilet waters. The orange tree was introduced in French West Africa during the 17th century.