National Geographic : 1916 Aug
VIEW OF THE GRAND RUE: PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI The character of the architecture of the capital city is well shown in this picture. The rickety boardwalks spanning the gutters, even at the post-office, which is the building in the center with the two flagstaffs, show how primitive conditions really are. A VIEW OI MILOT, CAPE HAITIEN, HAITI It was off this coast that the flagship of Columbus was wrecked, and here he left most of his men when he returned to Spain for aid. Upon his return to the settlement, which he called "La Navidad," he found the whole party dead, including an Englishman, named Allard, and an Irishman who was entered on the Santa Maria's books as William of Galway.