Four Kabakas of the Protectorate and their Katikiros, 1906 - 1911
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149 x 105 mm. A group photograph showing four Kabakas (Kings) and their Katikiros (Prime Ministers). From left to right (seated) are the King of Bunyoro, Andreya Bisereko DUHAGA II ( -1924), reigned 1902-1924; the King of Buganda Daudi CHWA (1896-1939), REIGNED 1897-1914 under Regents and 1914-1939; the giant King of the Ankole, KAHAYA II (c1882-1944), reigned 1897-1944; and the King of Toro, Daudi KASAGAMA (1870-1928), reigned 1891-1928). Behind them stand from left to right, their Prime Ministers: unidentified; Sir Apolo KAGWA (1865-1927), Katikoro of Buganda 1889-1926; BAGUTA, Katikoro to Kahaya II, and considered by Sir Henry Hesketh Bell 'one of the most intelligent and capable natives that I have ever met'; and unidentified.
- 1906 - 1911
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Lobo, Alfred, fl 1900-1939, photographer (?)
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