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No. 9029, Kaulahea
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: Here is my claim for land at Kapouhana, an `ili of Hanapepe. There are six lo`i with taro in them and some lo`i which are fallow, also a kula which adjoins this place. my land was from Hukiku, however it is not entirely mine; Makailio is inland and I am seaward. I occupied that land in 1837. I also have a salt Land, at Ukula. It was from Wana and I have had it a lon ....
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.... Kapouhana ili Hanapepe ahupuaa.
Mauka by Opea moo
Wahiawa by Keahi pali
Makai by Eleele stream
Waimea by Akia ili.
Land from Keakua to Kaulahea, from Kaulahea to Kaohulehao at the time Kaikioewa was yet alive, no one has objected to the present time.
Alihi, sworn, verifies Makailio's statement.
[Award 9029; R.P. 7084; Kapouhana ili, Hanapepe (1916 Jos. Iao map shows LCA to Kaohulihau) TMK 1-8-05 .91 Ac.]