National Geographic : 1954 Dec
O National Geographic Society T A Conical Thatched Mausoleum Enshrines Three Buganda Kings This huge hut stands in a reed-fenced compound on one of Kampala's hills. Besides the kings' graves, it houses spears, shields, and other relics. Women at left, a few of the monarchs' many widows, live in huts within the stockade. When they saw visitors arriving, they hurried out to stand guard. Kodachromes by Gilbert Grosvenor 4' Uganda Fisherman Unloads His Canoe on Kazinga Channel Beach Fishing is an important source of food in East Africa, where the tsetse fly kills off cattle in many areas. Kazinga Channel connects Lake George and Lake Ed ward, both well stocked with edible fish. Modern freezing plants preserve the catch; Diesel trucks trans port iced fillets to Kampala.