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No. 8932, Kalama, January 22, 1848
I hereby state my claim for land. The lo`i are 2 chains and 9 fathoms and their width is 1 chain 2 fathoms. The kula is 8 chains long. That is my claim at Keauhou.
Greetings to you, who will see this letter.
Kalama claims a moo in Keauhou.
This claim began in days of Kaahumanu & konohiki confirms it. 2 hakuone.
F.T. 181v6 also page 102
No. 8932, Kalama
Moo ma ka ili o Keauhou i Halawa.
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.... is bounded]:
Mauka by Kawalo and Makai by Naholowaa
Kalama lived there at the time of Kaahumanu, 2 poalimas are there.
No. 8932, Kalama, 31 October 1953
Upai, sworn he has seen his land in Keauhou, Halawa.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Kewalo's land
Wailau by konohiki's land
Makai by Naholowaa's land
Kona by konohiki's land.
Land received during the time of Kaahumanu I. Life has been peaceful to the present.
Kewalo, sworn, both witnesses have known in the same way.
[Award 8932; no R.P.; Keauhou Halawa, 1 ap.; .671 Ac.]