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 Source: 'Seven year old King on his throne, Uganda, Africa, 1898' (Photographs of the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Maryknoll, New York, 1912-1945, International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960)

Source: 'Seven year old King on his throne, Uganda, Africa, 1898' (Photographs of the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Maryknoll, New York, 1912-1945, International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960)

 Source: The Nile Valley: including Egypt, Nubia, Uganda, Abyssinia, British East Africa, and Somali Land, ca. 1910, Library of Congress

Source: The Nile Valley: including Egypt, Nubia, Uganda, Abyssinia, British East Africa, and Somali Land, ca. 1910, Library of Congress

 Source: Gourd vessel, subspherical, decorated with incised human and animal figures, Tesoland, eastern Uganda, ca. 1939 (British Museum Af1939,25.10)

Source: Gourd vessel, subspherical, decorated with incised human and animal figures, Tesoland, eastern Uganda, ca. 1939 (British Museum Af1939,25.10)

 Source: EMKM/KCB/1/1, 1945

Source: EMKM/KCB/1/1, 1945

 Source: Buganda Government Files, Africana Collection, Makerere University

Source: Buganda Government Files, Africana Collection, Makerere University

 Source: Uganda National Archives

Source: Uganda National Archives

 Source: CMS Archives, University of Birmingham

Source: CMS Archives, University of Birmingham

 Source: NARA II/RG59-G/Box40

Source: NARA II/RG59-G/Box40

 Source: Uganda National Archives

Source: Uganda National Archives