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No. 8418, Kamaka, Koolauloa, January 8, 1848
To the Honorable Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands. I, Kamaka, have a land in the Ahupua`a of Hauula. It is bounded on the north by Haehae's land, on the east by Haehae also, on the south by Kala's land, on the west by Walauia's land. There is also a kula, bounded on the north by a muliwai, on the east by Kamoililll's land, on ....
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.... 1845. Claimant has held the kalo land for a long time, before I can recollect. The animals spoken of as destroying the cultivation were the property of all the people.
Kaailaau, sworn says, he knows the kalo land of claimant: He confirms exactly the testimony given by Waiauia.
The King's Land Agent had no objection to make to this claim.
[Award 8418; R.P. 2333; Hauula Koolauloa; 1 ap.; .77 Ac.]