National Geographic : 1931 Jan
SKYPATHS THROUGH LATIN AMERICA IAITI S ORNATE PALACE OF JUSTICE, AT THE CAPITAL, PORT AU PRINCE Although highly productive and thickly settled, Haiti has few fine buildings. Most of its 2,500,000 black inhabitants are of the peasant class, living in tiny huts. Photographs by Jacob Gayer HAITI HAS MORE BURROS PER SQUARE MILE THAN ANY OTHER COUNTRY So dense is population that small cultivated fields reach far up the hills and mountain sides. Improved roads are few, so most transport is by mule-back.