|Film Description:||Cat. Reel 204 1961: Reel 24 East Africa. Feb. 7-9.|
Entebbe, Uganda. Kampala. Mbale
Railroad at sugar plantation.
Owens Falls: Ripon Falls, submerged source of Nile.
Bridge over river. General scenes.
Selling cotton (55 cents/100).
Storage huts for maize, millet, casava.
Medicine man, patient, dancers.
Wood for sale.
Hut being built.
Oxen pulling plow.
Potter working -clay.
Forming pot base by coil method: by hand.
Skin drying rack. Huts.
Reed weaving for storage hut.
Cultivated mountainside (ws).
Market on the way to Soroti.
Sugar cane for eating.
Medicine (various items).
Hide drying on rack.
Grain storage hut made of clay and grass.
Working Sisal leaves to extract fibre.
Rope-making: by hand.
Hindu temple (at Soroti).
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Tags:||Entebbe | Hindu temples | Kampala | Mbale | Soroti | Tea cultivation | Uganda | Village life|
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