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No. 8167, Hikiau, Island of Oahu, District 5, January 19, 1848
Be it known to you, the Land Commissioners, that my claim for land is in the Ahupua'a of Kaipapau. Keaweiki has the mo'o, I only have a kula. It is bounded on the north by Kanihooi's mo'o, on the east, Hoopalahe's mo'o. I have a claim for cultivation in the upland, and in the forest, and a fishing claim, and a house lot clai ....
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.... ince before there was any law. Keawiiki is the name of the moo aina.
Witness knows the House Lot of Claimant. It is not enclosed.
It is bounded on the:
Waialua side by a stream
Makai by a hill
Hauula side the same
Mauka by the land of Hoopalahe.
Kawahine, the Konohiki, had no objection to make to this claim.
[Award 8167; R.P. 4768; Kaipapau Hauula Koolauloa; 2 ap.; 8.75 Acs]