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No. 8179, Halulu, Honolulu, Oahu, February 5, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land, one half of Nauala, an `Ili of Kapalama, Kona, Oahu. That is what remains to me, from the hands. /of the king/.
My name is recorded in his Book, and on my document. I am, with aloha,
Here i ....
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.... Kaikioewa before 1839. He lived peacefully and died in 1848. He bequested this land to Kawaihoa, his wife and to Kikaha and Kaanaana, his children. No disputes to this day.
Noa, sworn, I have seen this place of Halulu in Kainapuu of Kapalama, just as Kahuhu has related here.
[Award 8179; R.P. 5556; Nauwala Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 2.25 Acs]