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No. 8986, Kawaha, Kipahulu
I hereby tell you of my land at Kipahulu. It is a separate Ahupua`a named Kaehuehu. It lies from the sea inland. Auwahi, the konohiki, gave it to me. It is for you to award me this land.
Here is my /other/ land, which is enclosed by a stone wall. It is perhaps 20 fathoms wide and 20 fathoms long. The name of the Ahupua`a is Kapuaikini and Paaohia was the one who gave me this land.
No. 8986, Kawaha
I, sworn, The claimant owned three ilis in Kaehoeho. He has owned t ....
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Makai by Haaloku's land
Kaupo by Pakele's land.
Section 3 - House lot in Kakuaikini.
Mauka by Pakele's land
Hana by Hawawa
Makai and Kaupo by Pakele's land.
Section 4 - Kihapai in Popoloa.
Mauka and Hana by pali
Makai by Kunaka's land
Kaupo by Malua's land.
Section 5 - Kihapai in Keapuka of Maulili.
Mauka by Kukae
Hana by Kaia
Makai by Kolei
Kaupo by pali.
No one has objected to Kawaha.
[Award 8986; R.P. 3529; Kaehoeho Kipahulu; 1 ap.; 8.14 Acs]