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No. 8471, Kaheana, Waipio, Hamakua, February 5, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land. Niuhi is a large land at Naolapaa in Waipio, Hamakua, Hawaii. Here are the loi`s, 1 mala of wauke, 1 mala of sweet potatoes, and 1 mala of lauhala trees. At Olelokiekie are 10 lo`i and 1 mala of coffee. At Kawaihae is 1 mala of wauke, in the land of Kuanea. I have occupied these lands from 1839 to 1848. The boundaries ar ....
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.... ide of the pali of Muliwai, Ahupuaa Waipio, 1 field partly cultivated, partly fallow. Gift of Koomoa, A.D. 1839. Surrounded by land of Konohiki.
5. One field of wauke, on the Ili Kawaihae, Ahupuaa Waipio, for which he pays an annual rent to konohiki of 12½¢, has held and paid the rent since the year 1836. I know of no counter claim.
Kaawa, sworn, Knows the evidence of Honu to be true.
[Award 8471; R.P. 7050, Kalapa Waipio Hamakua; 2 ap.; 5.23 Acs]