Nduliya says the Omukama (king) of Bunyoro
Kitara, called Kabaiega, loved hunting and every year he went on a hunting expedition to the Ituri forests with an entourage of hundreds or perhaps thousands of his men, together with herds of livestock, since they were pastoralists.
Ethnic groups: Baganda, Banyankole, Bahima, Bakiga, Banyarwanda, Bunyoro
, Batoro, Langi, Acholi, Lugbara, Karamojong, Basoga, Bagisu, and others.
The largest park in Uganda, it straddles the Albertine Rift Valley the Bunyoro
escarpment and the rolling plains of Acholiland.
Crisis & Decline in Bunyoro
: Population & Environment in Western Uganda, 1860-1955.
THE SOURCE: "The Child of Death': Personal Names and Parental Attitudes Towards Mortality in Bunyoro
, Western Uganda, 1900-2005" by Shane Doyle, in Journal a/African History, Nov.
As Shane Doyle notes in his chapter, it was the rationalization the British used for destroying the Bunyoro
kingdom in 1890, even though the African soldiers deployed against the Bunyoro--the Baganda and the Sudanese were themselves active in the slave trade.
Both make authoritative contributions with the primary focuses of the books: demographic changes in the Bunyoro
kingdom in the first and the "crisis" over marriage in Gusiiland in the second.
Particular geographic topics include slavery and social change in Unyamwezi; slavery and forced labor in the Eastern Congo; legacies of slavery in Northwest Uganda; human booty, stolen people, and autonomous chief in Buganda; slavery and social oppression in Ankole; the slave trade in Burundi and Rwanda; and Bunyoro
and the demography of slavery.
For the CMS, the rapid conversion of the Ganda and their willingness to share Christianity with the Bunyoro
, Toro, Ankole, and others was considered one of the greatest successes of the era.
sagonai fractolineata Uganda: Budongo forest, Mpanga forest, Jago, 1981 Mabira forest, Bugoma forest, Mubende, Bunyoro
By contrast, John Beatty could hardly go three sentences in a lecture without bringing in an example of something from Bunyoro
. Even after I began to study the Batek--who, like the Penan, were hunter-gatherers--Rodney seldom brought out points of similarity or difference between the two peoples for discussion.