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No. 1312, Kamaikau, Honolulu, December 7, 1847
/Written in margin: This claim was sold to Malihini on May 18, 1848/
To the President of the Land Commissioners, William L. Lee, and J. H. Smith, Z. Kaauwai, John Ii, and N. Namauu:
I hereby tell you that I am the claimant of land in Honolulu uka, in the large ku in Auwaiolimu, being a place called Manakapuaa. It is a claim for a taro mo ....
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.... br>Makai, Poleho's land
Ewa, Kalawaia's land.
I had given him his land when Poki went to Kahiki (Boston) and the land had become mine. In the year 1835, I acquired the top of Puowaina from Kaomi, where I went to live and left Kamaikau to live (on his land). He has lived peacefully since that time to the present. No one has objected.
[Award 1312; R.P. 5663; Auwaiolimu Honolulu; 1 ap.; .5 Ac.]