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No. 8171, Hoopalahe, Island of Oahu, District 5, January 19, 1848
Be it known by the Land Commissioners that my land claim is in the Ahupua'a of Kaipapau. The mo'o is Kihapai, in this mo'o I have four lo'i, bounded on the north by a house claim, on the east by Kaiwinui's mo'o. I have a kula claim in this mo'o adjoining on the east*/or south?/ of Hikiau's mo'o kula. I cultivate in the kula of Kanihooi, and in the kula of Kawahine, and in the kula of Maiahe.
I have a claim of cultivation in the upland and in the forest. I far ....
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.... knows the house lot claimed by Hoopalahe in Kaipapau, the stones are prepared for building a wall around it.
It is bounded on the:
North by a stream
East by the sea side
South by Hauula boundary
West by claimant's kalo land.
Kawahine, the Konohiki, of Kaipapau, made no objection to the claim in that land. Claimant has occupied since long before witness came there.
The King's Land Agent made no objection to the claim in Hauula.
[Award 8171; R.P. 1319; Hauula Koolauloa; 1 ap.; .75 Ac.; Kaipapau Hauula Koolauloa; 1 ap; 22.00 acs]