Havana

Havana, fortified capital of the island of Cuba, in the West Indies; has a spacious and securely sheltered harbour, an old Spanish cathedral, a university, botanical garden, and several fine theatres; the town is ill laid out, badly drained, and subject to yellow fever; the staple industries are the raising of tobacco and sugar, and the manufacture of cigars.

Population (circa 1900) given as 200,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Haüy, René Just * Havel
Hatti-Sheriff
Hatto
Hauberk
Hauch, Hans Carsten
Hauff, Wilhelm
Haug
Hauser, Kaspar
Haussa
Haussman, George Eugène
Haüy, René Just
Havana
Havel
Havelock, Sir Henry
Haverfordwest
Havergal, Frances Ridley
Haversian Canals
Havre, Le
Hawaiian Islands
Hawarden
Haweis, Hugh Reginald
Hawes, Stephen