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No. 464, Nawaakoa
To the Land Commissioners: here is my thought to you. Act quickly and enter in the Book and quickly survey in order to properly record this right. These to lots are, one at Pana'ewa, and one at the wharf on one side of the Fort at the blacksmith's house.
Here are the accurate witnesses: The lot at Pana'ewa, Kamakini, the lot at the wharf, Nahau, Polea. They are the proper witnesses for these houselots.
I am, NAWAAKOA
The one who was settled here at Lahaina by Ulunahele, just under Ulunahele, is the true and correct witness.
Lahaina, January 22, 1847.
Cl. 464, Nawaakaa, W ....
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.... >Section 1 - the makai lot.
Mauka by Government road
Olowalu by Ladana
Makai by beach
Kaanapali by Government building.
Section 2 - Mauka lot.
Mauka and Olowalu by Hikiau's lot
Makai by Ahia's lot
Kaanapali by Wahia's lot.
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, He has seen the land at Panaewa, it has been enclosed and was given by Kamakini to Ulunahele in 1838, no one had objected.
Mauka by Jack's (black foreigner) land
Olowalu by Government road
Makai by Kuakamauna's land
Kaanapali by Ladana.
[Award 464; R.P. 1160; Panaewa Lahaina; 1 ap.; 1 Ac. 19 rods; Moanui Lahaina; 1 ap.; 1 rood 19 rods]