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No. 8374, Kahiku ma 3, January 18, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: We present you our claim for land. There are three of us and we have an ancient right, from the time of Kamehameha /I/, until Pehu, who gave it to us. For your information we have an ancient right. In the diagram below is shown our combined claim, in fathoms.
A stream is on the east side.
[3 lots together]
No. 8334!, Kahiku, Hamakua, October 27, 1848
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Oulu /konohiki/, sworn, He has seen in the ili land Kalehua of Papalele ahupu ....
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.... een in the ili land Kalehua of Papalele ahupuaa, 5 sections.
Mauka by Kapu's land
Kohala by konohiki
Makai by Kaanaana's land
Hilo by konohiki.
1 cultivated potato kihapai.
Section 2: All konohiki boundaries, 1 cultivated taro kihapai.
Section 3: All konohiki boundaries, 1 cultivated banana kihapai.
Section 4: All konohiki boundaries, 1 cultivated kihapai.
Section 5: All konohiki boundaries, 1 cultivated kihapai.
Land from Oulu in 1834; it is their /Kahiku/ place. No one has objected.
[Award 8374; R.P. 7277; Papalele Hamakua; 1 ap.; 11.4 Acs]