National Geographic : 1939 Oct
WE KEEP HOUSE ON AN ACTIVE VOLCANO 545 ONLY WOMEN THUMP THE POTTER'S CLAY IN THE BELGIAN CONGO To make a new jug, she uses an old one for a model and shapes the prepared clay over it. Then she sets the new one in the sun to dry and afterwards bakes it. The finished product is used to fetch water from a near-by stream. BABY ON BACK, MOTHER COMES TO MARKET TO BUY A LITTLE SALT The stall is in the market place of Sake, flourishing hamlet at the northwestern corner of Lake Kivu, in the Belgian Congo (page 525). Lava from erupting Nyamlagira flows into the lake.