National Geographic : 1926 Jun
A MANGEBETOU CHIEF, SURROUNDED BY HIS WIVES, ENJOYS HIS PIPE This important tribe occupies a particularly favored region in northeastern Belgian Congo. The men are hunters, leaving alldomestic work and cultivation to the household slaves. Women of the upper classes do little or nothing but cook and busy themselves with their toilet. This latter takes up much more time than their scanty attire would indicate (see pages 711, 715, and 716).