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No. 8383, Kamakuakua, Hamakua, Hawaii, January 31, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby explain my land claim, which was from my makuas, who are dead. Also I made a lot for myself, which is 30 by 30. That is my claim. There are also 6 mala of vegetable food, 1 mala of bananas, and 1 orange tree. Finished.
N.T. 252-25 ....
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.... 9: Ahualoa ahupuaa.
Mauka and around is Heikipaki.
Section 10: Boundaries all around for the konohiki.
2 cultivated Wai olona.
Kamakakuakua's parents had lived there during the time of Kamehameha I; no one has objected to this day.
Makuahine, sworn, He has known exactly as Kamauoha has just related here.
[Award 8383; Au 1 Hamakua; 1 ap.; 8.45 Acs]