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No. 8881, Kalawao, Kamaole, 25 January 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby stated my claims for a house lot at Kaluaihakoko. It was from my makuas.
Also, there is a moku mau`u* mauka, a portion of which is cultivated, and a maku mau`u of Irish potatoes.
/*No data, but believed to be an arable pocket of soil in rocky terrain./
Cl. 8881, Kalawao
Kalauai, sworn, The claimant's land consists of three pieces in Kamaole.
No. 1 is ku ....
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.... rn, he has seen Kalanao's [Kalawao's] land of 3 sections.
Section 4 - Ili pasture Kaolulo Kahahapa, Kamaole ahupuaa.
Section 5 - Ili pasture Ihinui Kahakapa, Kamaole ahupuaa.
Section 6 - Taro ili Kaolulo Kahakapa, Kamaole ahupuaa.
Ancient land from parents.
Mauka by Pipio
Makawao by Kapohaku/Nalau
Makai by konohiki/Government land
Honuaula by konohiki.
Sections 5-6: Surrounded by konohiki boundaries.
[Award 8881; R.P. 544; Kamaole Kula; 1 ap.; 47.5 Acs.]