As we saw in Chapter 8, our knowledge of east African history is very limited, there being no contemporary written sources for the history of the interior until the nineteenth century. The area about which most is known for the period up to 1800 is the inter-lake region, which saw the rise of the kingdoms of Bunyoro and Buganda.
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