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No. 18 F.L., Kaukuna, Honolulu, December 18, 1851
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land in the ` ili of Punaalana in Honolulu. There are four taro lo`i, two kula, and some breadfruit and hala trees planted by me. With thanks,
No. 18 FL, Kaukuna, Land Claims Building, 23 December 1851
Kaaa, sworn, I have seen his land at Punaalana, ili for Honolulu, Oahu - 3 land sections.
Section 1 - 1 patch.
Mauka, Nakea's land
Makai, Moo's land
Ewa, Kanakahou's la ....
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.... />For the supervising konohiki's assigned by M. Kekuanaoa in the fort land.
M. Kekuanaoa, sworn, I am notifying in regards to my overseers who I have assigned as overseeing konohikis on the land of the fort from Kalihi to Waikiki. This is also for other people whom I have placed on that land. Their reports should be true, at the time they are presented to you. I am not aware of their claims in these fort lands. They will submit their own claims with their supporting witnessess. also, Kaniku has no rights in that house lot at Kuwili of Honolulu ili because -a claim has not been registered.
[No. 18 F.L. not awarded]