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No. 9144, Kahaamaikai, Waimea, Kauai, Jan. 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: In the `ili of Hakioa, Ahupua`a of Makaweli, island of Kauai, is a kihapai and a kula of mine, named Kahalau. Two lo`i are together on the north side, Kahalau is the name; one lo`i is on the east, and the watercourse, on the south is the watercourse and the `ili of Kahoomano, on the west is the hill of Kahalau and another kula, also of Kahalau. They are all situated in one place. It measures 5 chains 5 fathoms on the nort ....
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.... on 1 - Moo of Kohola, ili of Hakioa.
Mauka by Kalealanalua moo
Hanapepe by Paele loi
Makai by Puulima auwai
Mana by Kahalau pali.
Land from Kanakualii at the time of Kaahumanu. In 1848 the land was taken by Kuakini who had been a Konohiki. Kahaamaikai has a son who did not do Konohiki labor so the land was left for the land commissioners to settle in the future.
Simona, sworn, verifies Kiokio's testimony.
[Award 9144; Hakio Makaweli Kona; 1 ap.; 3 roods 1 rod or .74 Ac. TMK 1-7-03]