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No. 974, M. Kekuanaoa
Greetings to you, Wm. L. Lee, President of the Land Commissioners: Here is a lot which I forgot to mention to you, and I hereby tell of the diagram of this house lot.
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The right to this place is that it was formerly Keeaumoku's lot, and on his death it was inherited by Kaahumanu, and on her death, by Kinau, and on the death of Kinau by Pikolia /Victoria/, whose lot it
is at this time. This is what I am telling you.
Farewell to y ....
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.... eet, Waikiki.
This property has been enclosed and there are five houses in there. Two houses are for Maiokahiki and Kaaikanaka, Kekawai and Pala each has one house. These people all have lived under Kekuanaoa, who had received his land from Kinau and Kinau's land had been from Keeamoku. No one has objected.
John Ii, sworn and stated, "I have seen Kekuanaoa's place and everything is exactly as Kanoa has just stated here."
[Award 974; R.P. 8484; Nuuanu St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .17 Ac.]