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No. 11071, Aki, Kailua, Hawaii, 31 January 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition you for my land claim in the ahupua`a of Keahuolu. There are two pauku. Papuaaiki extends from the beginning of the ulu* to Papuaanui, and back. From Ululele to the anawai /no data/ and back is /another/ pauku. Furthermore, there are some kihapais in another place. At Lanihau 1 are 4 kihapai at Papaauela, and 5 kihapai at Kamuku, in Lanihau also. It is finished.
Aloha to you all.
No. 11071, Aki, December ....
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.... br />Makai by Kealakai land
Kohala by idle land.
4 cultivated kihapais.
Section 7 - Papaawale ili land.
Mauka by Kaea's land
Kau by Maa's land
Makai by Kaunkahi's land
Kohala by Kaea and Auliilii's land.
1 cultivated kihapai.
These interest have been from Kaea, Nahaalualu and Kalekahi at the time of Kamehameha I. No one had objected to Aki.
Mahu,, sworn, they, Mahu and Kuia/ both have known in the same way on all things concerning Akis land.
[Award 11071; R.P. 3982; Keahuolu N. Kona; 1 ap.; .6 Ac.]