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No. 37 F.L., Kaupe [wahine], Honolulu, 12 January 1852
The Land Commissioners, Respectfully, I hereby state the claim of
Kalawa, my kane, at Kauamoa, an `ili of Waikiki. There are seven lo`i and the house site.
Kalawa got this land at the time of the smallpox epidemic in the year 1848, from Mahuka, the Konohiki, and liv ....
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.... d bequested to his wife. Kalawa had received his land as a fort konohiki from M. Kekuanaoa in 1848 at the time of the small pox epidemic. He has lived peacefully to the present. No koele or poalima here.
Kekumupala, sworn, I have known his land in the same way Nakai has related above.
[Award 37 F.L.; R.P. 3473; Kauamoa Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .45 Ac.]