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No. 8887, Kaikuaana, N., February 8, 1848
Greetings to you, O Kaauwai: I here by state my claim to you. At Kaumukahi are 21 lo`i, also a kula, also two depressions planted in wauke. These two wauke depressions are in Kamani, also an enclosure for cultivating sweet potatoes, and a house lot.
Cl. 8887, N. Kaikuana
Kailuela, sworn, I know the land of the Claimant. [They] are all in Olowalu.
No. 1 is a kalo land in " ....
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Hana and Makai by Naea's land
Kaanapali by Kahuena.
Section 2 - Pasture at Kaumukukahi.
Mauka, Hana and Makai by Naea's land
Kaanapali by Olowalu stream.
Section 3 - Pasture at Kamani 3.
Mauka by Naea's land
Hana by Opunui's land
Makai by Naea's land
Kaanapali by Keakaikawai.
Section 4 - Pasture at Kamani 3, toward the sea here.
Surrounded on all sides by Naea's boundaries.
[No. 8887 not awarded]