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No. 8201, Hapuu, February 5, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land in my own ili, Makuwai, in Napoopoo, Waipio, Hawaii. There are 10 lo'i there. 5 lo'i are at Papalinawao in the land of Kaluli. 2 lo'i are at Kealakoali in the land of Kuaana. 2 lo'i are at Kaanaopihi, Waipio. 7 lo'i are at Papalinawao in the land of Kaluli, [and] 1 mala of wauke. I also have a lot claim at Papalinawao in the land ....
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.... >Hilo by Nalu's houselot.
2 cultivated patches, no house.
5. Section V - Wauke field.
Mauka and completely around is for the konohiki. One area of the field has been planted with wauke; there is no house.
This is an old land for him since the time of Kamehameha I; no objections.
Kamakahiki, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Kaaukai has related here.
[Award 8201:; R.P. 4906; Napoopoo Waipio Hamakua; 3 ap.; 2.1 Acs]